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.
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...
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”…
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.
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".
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.