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9.6756.   AR AR

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.

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9.6826.   AR AR

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.

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9.8053.   AR AR

Try to refrain from advice, what, to whom and how to do, if you are not asked. For such advice and beat can.

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9.9023.   AR AR

Clever advice will not help a fool, because a fool is blind and does not see the light of truth.

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10.1005. Less is often better than more.   AR AR

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.

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10.1270. Stupid advice and guidance.   AR AR

The advice of the clever is proud and formulaic; the advice of the foolish is ignorant and unexpected.  In fact, both are nonsense, terribly far from life, but if they are combined, the truth is born.

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10.2030.   AR AR

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.

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10.7757.   AR AR

All authorities need constant confirmation of their authority, so they love it when they ask for advice and Express respect for them.

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10.8852. Word of mouth.   AR AR

Idealists believe that everyone must love and hate the same things they do...  and it's great when they love you...  Idealists love sincerely and passionately, the main thing is not to disappoint them.

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10.11163.   AR AR

Chess teaches us restraint in giving stupid advice.  It is unacceptable to interfere with someone else's game and give players advice on how to walk.

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10.11851.   AR AR

The closer the adviser is to the sun, the greater the shadow that covers the sun.  The more disenfranchised the better.

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10.12662.   AR AR

By drawing people's attention to details, you make them better by breaking down dichotomous thinking.  The more colorful details a person sees, the better.

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10.12688.   AR AR

Will you listen to me if I give you good advice?

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10.13420.   AR AR

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.

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10.13475. What do you think about stem cells?   AR AR

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.

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10.14993. Worthless advice.   AR AR

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.

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10.15726. Go to a psychologist.   AR AR

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.

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10.19510.   AR AR

To live in harmony means that the husband does not teach the wife, and the wife admires her husband.  Everyone is happy with what they have.

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10.20251.   AR AR

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.

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The beginning of the book


54.   AR AR

Traditional  marketing  trick  is  about  a  product 
to  be  made  for  particular  core  audience... 
Perhaps  there  is  a  grain  of  truth  in  it... 
However,  the  best  selling  and  most  valuable 
products  are  the  ones  made  for  oneself... 
The  advice  is  simple  -  make  things  for  yourself, 
to  yourself  and  it's  most  likely  that  other 
people  will  want  to  have  the  same  things... 

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5.7. I’m a fool…   AR AR

Nothing  spoils  a  person  more  than  his  infinite  desire  to  criticize  or  to  give  valuable  advice…  The  two  common  cents  you  contribute  to  the  conversation  are  like  flies  in  a  soup.  Nobody  likes  flies,  so  remember  that  your  criticism,  moaning  and  valuable  advice  are  as  if  you  kept  saying  “I’m  a  fool,  I’m  a  fool,  I’m  a  fool”…

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4.42.   AR AR

I do not advise you to abuse memory training, the better a person's memory, the more he is an idiot.  Why would he?  He remembers everything by heart.  However, bad memory is also not a sign of a big mind.

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5.33.   AR AR

If you desire worthy and wise friends, draw wise and worthy people into your teachers and advisers, and then you will Shine like the Sun or the Moon, people will say "he is the light, we want to get closer to him".

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767.   AR AR

Any  piece  of  advice  should  be  taken  rationally,  for  instance:  the  advice  to  be  yourself  doesn't  mean  you  should  keep  on  being  a  dumb  aggressive  idiot  neglectful  towards  anyone's  wholesome  advice. 

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769. [In brevi]   AR AR

It's  not  enough  to  get  a  good  piece  of  advice  as  it  takes  the  ability  to  use  it  properly  to  make  it  work. 

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774.   AR AR

The  problem  of  any  wholesome  advice  is  that  if  you  dig  it  and  can  apply  it  than,  as  a  rule,  you  already  know  it.  And  in  other  cases  this  piece  of  advice  will  be  either  unclear  or  interpreted  in  a  wrong  way. 

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1027.   AR AR

It's  very  effective  to  ask  for  pieces  of  advice  ...they  give  it  easy...as  they  have  enough  of  them… 
Pieces  of  advice  are  not  like  money  given  unwillingly.  But  some  advice  may  be  more  precious  than  money... 

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1197.   AR AR

Good  advice  is  more  valuable  than  money  but  where  to  find  people  who  sell  pieces  of  good  advice.

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1216.   AR AR

The best option of communication is to ask the advice of a person.

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1217.   AR AR

The worst way to communicate is to give advice when you are not asked.

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1506.   AR AR

Offering  unsolicited  advice  is  a  sin  just  as  heavy  as  not  offering  any  advice  when  they  ask  you  to. 

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1673.   AR AR

Offering  useless  and  silly  advice  is  a  sin.  To  be  helpful  and  nice  any  advice  should  be: 
-        Clear  and  easy  to  understand. 
-        Simple  rather  than  complicated  or  vague. 
-        Burning.  As  it  should  be  something  currently  urgent  and  not  important  for  the  future  or  the  past.  And  generally  many  people  like  to  offer  advice  concerning  the  past  without  realizing  that  it  is  no  longer  important  and  simply  a  waste  of  time. 
-        The  one  with  potential  for  use.  Situations  and  circumstances  should  let  one  use  a  particular  advice.  The  abstract  "could  haves  and  should  haves"  is  silly. 
-        The  one  which  implementation  period  is  specific  and  rational. 
-        The  one  using  which  a  person  who  once  needed  advice  would  arrive  at  the  necessary  goal.  It's  a  very  important  moment.  Many  people  like  to  offer  such  advice  that  may  provide  substitute  for  one's  goal  and  have  nothing  to  do  with  what  one  really  wants. 
-        The  one  using  which  won't  be  fraught  with  danger,  risking  money  or  deprivation  of  freedom  due  to  breaking  the  law  as  well  as  any  threat  of  injuries. 
P.S. 
Not  offering  wise  and  helpful  advice  is  a  sin  just  as  heavy  as  offering  bad  advice. 

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1739.   AR AR

Offering  advice,  especially  if  it's  unsolicited  can  be  really  dangerous  as  people  can't  stand  those  whose  kind  piece  of  advice  they  once  scorned.  And  as  you  might  have  guessed,  your  unsolicited  advice  won't  be  respected.  Hence,  you  got  two  variants:  it's  either  you  will  seem  to  be  a  stupid  panicking  person  or  they  will  hate  you  for  being  right. 

What's  more,  many  people  tend  to  be  superstitious  so  they  may  start  to  see  you  as  jinx  as  they  may  think  it's  only  you  who  draws  inconveniences  and  problems  like  some  evil  spirit. 

Using  this  logic,  you  could  have  refrained  from  offering  advice  and  aim  your  energy  at  using  them  in  your  own  life.  However,  this  idea  has  its  disadvantages  as  it  suggests  that  one  should  sink  two  sins  at  once,  namely  laziness  and  vanity.  But  honestly,  it's  very  difficult  to  do  this  on  one's  own  and  without  any  cue. 

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2201.   AR AR

If  someone's  piece  of  advice  coincides  with  your  own  point  of  view-  it's  a  good  advice  and  if  it  doesn't  then  it's  a  bad  one.  That's  how  it  is.   

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2891. The attributes of use.   AR AR

A  sage  advice  is  a  useful  one.  While  the  attributes  of  use  are  applicability,  practicality,  effectiveness  and  availability. 

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3023.   AR AR

He  who  keeps  silent  is  not  only  an  enemy  of  stupidity  but  also  an  enemy  of  wisdom. 
Silence  means  death  of  both  stupidity  and  wisdom. 
Wisdom  is  not  about  keeping  silent  but  rather  about  guarding  words. 

The  tip  about  how  it's  better  not  to  talk  is  about  the  use  of  keeping  stupidity  secret  and  not  going  to  extremes  as  verbiage  makes  words  lose  their  meaning.  But  if  a  person  got  something  to  say  and  this  person  knows  how  to  say  it  by  using  the  right  words,  then  it's  not  rational  to  keep  silent. 

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3.147.   AR AR

The   fewer   chances   there   are,   the   more   real   they   are.   Having   remained   in   the   minority,   the   randomness   of   chaos   will   pull   itself   together   and   will   cling   vehemently   to   life.

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3333. He who asks for help won't get lost.   AR AR

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3.392.   AR AR

You   have   a   headache   because   you   do   not   know   what   to   do   and   suffer   from   uncertainty.   This   is   all   arrogance’s   fault:   if   it   were   not   for   it,   you   would   seek   guidance   from   intelligent   people   and   might   have   solved   all   your   problems   by   now.

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