Advice Quotes and Sayings - Page 3
Do not let people look down on you because you are young, but be an example to them in faith and wisdom.
It’s funny how I’m good at giving advice to others, but when it comes to helping myself, I don’t know what to do.
Listen to your elder’s advice. Not because they are always right but because they have more experiences of being wrong…
Best advice in two lines…
Silence is the best answer for all questions.
Smiling is the best reaction in all situations.
Don’t give advice you wouldn’t take if you were in their shoes.
A pen is mighter then a sword.
Advice is seldom welcome; and those who want it the most always like it the least.
– Lord Chesterfield
When you say yes to others make sure you are not saying no to yourself.
The most golden rule is – Do not ever ignore advice, whether you feel it is good or bad. Listening never harms any one. It is how you take it, apply it and use it that matters in the end.
Never show your emotion through tears & never show anger through words.
Don’t try and teach that which you have yet to master yourself.
Stay away from public bathrooms!
Never tell your problems to anyone.
20% don’t care and the other 80% are glad you have them.
People advising others often forget that the same advice applies to their life as well.
When wishing upon a star seems like your best option, you are in need of advice.
No punctuation at the end, is like walking out of your house without any shoes.
Never take advice from unproductive people.
Advice is what we ask for when we already know the truth but wish we didn’t.
Never ask people about your work.
– Ayn Rand
Never try to give advice to someone if you have been stupid enough to take theirs
Look famous, be legendary, appear complex, act easy, radiate presence, travel light, seem a dream, prove real.
Never fight fire with fire you only get burned.
Listen to your heart. Even when it says you need advice.
Give good advice, help, and love to those who need them, and they will do the same for you
Don’t give advice unless you’re asked.
– Amy Alcott