Wednesday, March 4, 2009


I have always told my children that when someone offers them advice, they need to ask themselves one question. What does that person stand to gain, from the advice they are giving you? If the answer is nothing, then it’s probably excellent advice. If the answer is a lot, then in turn, it is probably very bad advice. The level of bias in ones advice will always influence the quality of the advice.
Believe or not, sometimes a complete stranger will give you the best advice.

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