Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
His father also taught him about his writing weaknesses, such as being weak in “expression” (Franklin Chapter 1). From here, Benjamin embarked on a mission of being more aware of how he writes, a metacognitive practice, which helped him arrange the logic and perspicacity of his arguments. Benjamins friends and patrons also influenced him to become a better person. Several governors, for instance, even when they knew that Benjamin was a penniless lad, invited him to their libraries.