Most bad advice comes from the fact that the adviser says something that he was not asked. In addition, the situation is known to him only from his point of view and does not correspond to the entire integrity of the picture.
I wouldn't recommend you to go by someone's free advice. Something given for free is worthless and useless too... but time goes by and time is money, and the price for stupid mistakes can be really high.
The expert knows his business a maximum of 99%, and the ignorant 1%. However, these are different percentages. Without neglecting the advice of the ignorant, they often see things from very unexpected angles, while experts are mired in patterns and stereotypes.
With age idealists lose perfection bodies and in a badge of compensation this shortage of are beginning considered themselves extremely smart, cherish, when with them consult and very are offended, when their opinion neglect.
The easiest way to please a person is to ask their opinion on some issue, and then sincerely thank them for their opinion. At the same time, it is desirable to immediately move away, so that it would be impossible to determine whether you followed the advice or not.
Advice is violence. Advice is an alien entity that does not take root in the human brain. It is much more useful to motivate people to look for their answers by asking leading questions. I also like the interpretation of aphorisms and quotations, such reflections also generate truth.
If you want to tell a man that he is a fool, refrain from doing so until he asks for it. You can't teach someone who doesn't ask for it, and if they do, ask for money for advice, because free advice doesn't cost anything. Worthless advice is harmful, because it absorbs time and energy and generates nothing but fear.
In a difficult situation, it's better to be alone than alone. Four eyes see more than two. One in the field is not a warrior. One mind is good, and two are better. It is advisable to listen to one more opinion or advice before coming to any opinion or decision.
Every person is cunning and wise in someone else's trouble, but in his own helpless, because he is afraid of his own trouble and is paralyzed with horror,and people's fears are difficult to understand.
Nichts stört einem Menschen mehr, als sein Wunsch, ständig Kritik auszuüben und wertvolle Ratschläge zu geben. Deine zwei Cent, die zum Gespräch zugefügt werden, sind Fliegen in der Suppe ähnlich. Keiner mag Fliegen, so denke daran, deine Kritik, Heulen und wertvolle Ratschläge sind dem ähnlich, wenn du ständig wiederholst „ich bin ein Narr, ein Narr, ein Narr“…