Don’t Make The Same Mistake Benjamin Franklin Did

Benjamin Franklin had one regret that followed him to his grave.

He felt like a failure because of this one regret, even with all of his history-making accomplishments and inventions.

What was this one regret?

Not doing the right thing for his son.

In 1736, the smallpox epidemic was rampaging through the American Colonies. Destroying families and households left and right.

It kept fathers and mothers up at night trying to figure out how to protect their kids.

A smallpox solution was available but Franklin declined to get it for his son. 

This one decision resulted in his 4-year-old son passing away to smallpox.

This decision haunted Benjamin with regret until his last breath.

Today, many men will carry a similar regret to their last breath.

The regret of NOT showing their son how to be a man.

Unfortunately, many fathers will unintentionally carry this regret to their grave.

Why? 

Because right now, a “weak man epidemic” is sweeping across America.

This is why there is a surplus of passive-aggressive, insecure, and depressed men.

But you don’t need to make your son a victim of an epidemic as Benjamin Franklin did.

You can show your son:

  • How to carry himself with his head held high. 
  • What it takes to be a confident leader.
  • How to be a strong man the world desperately needs.

You can show your son how to do this by being a strong man yourself.

But that’s easier said than done.

It took me a decade to figure out how to be a better man, father, husband and leader.

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Do the right thing for your son so you don’t live a life full of regret like Benjamin Franklin did.

To your success,

Bedros