We can all use some good advice from time to time. Who wouldn’t want it? Today, however, we’re not going to be looking at advice for any one specific topic. Rather, we’re going to be taking a look at good advice that covers a range of topics. It’s all random. The only unifying factor here is that the advice is all good. In fact, it’s great advice. Some of these bits of advice have the potential to completely change the way you approach relationships, other people, and your goals in life.
It is important to always seek out wisdom, especially from people who have gone before you. Doing so is the best way to learn and improve your chances of success. At the end of the day, we all learn from failures. The question is, will you learn from your own failures or the failures of others? It’s not bad to learn from your own failures. Certainly not. But it’s much better, and obviously wiser, to learn from the failures of people who have gone before you. So, for all of you that have an open mind, here are 25 Best Pieces Of Random Advice Anyone Could Tell You!
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Don't try to make your passion your job. Sometimes it's best left for your free time where you can actually enjoy it.
Don't bring up politics if you can help it.
"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt." (This is a very wise quote, but there is debate over who first said it.)
Loving someone "in spite of" is stronger than loving someone "because"
Floss. It's more important than you would think.
Check your bank account often.
Visit your grandparents as often as possible. You'll understand one day.
Drink more water.
Buy a plunger before you need a plunger.
Earn more than you show, speak less than you know.
Don't make decisions when you're mad and don't make promises when you're happy.
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Wear sunscreen, even if you think you don't need it.
Learn another language besides your own.
Just because something still hurts doesn't mean you're not moving forward. Pain is a natural part of the process.
If you can do something in less than 5 minutes. Do it now.
Always strive to stand and sit with good posture.
Communication will make or break your relationships. Always spend a few minutes thinking about why you feel the way you do.
Don't just pick the first good deal you see. Always look around and check the "per 100g."
Don't stand up in a canoe.
Use your turn signal before hitting the breaks...before.
Hug and kiss the people you love often.
You won't remember, just write it down.
Telling the truth is easier than covering up lies.
Spend more time preparing for your marriage than your wedding. One of those lasts a lifetime.
Apprenticeships can take you farther in life than many degrees.
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