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My Advice is “You.”

Whenever people ask me for advice, my second priority is to offer them a bit of perspective that may assist them with their particular issue.

My first priority is to use my position of influence as an opportunity to help them develop a deeper trust in their own internal compass, in their own capacity for sound judgment, in their own ability to glean insight from exploring,  engaging, and experimenting with life for themselves.

Of all the pieces of advice I have ever received, there’s one that consistently remains at the top of my list: you are more capable of figuring out what’s right for you than anyone else.

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    1. It’s posted. That was weird. Usually when you post a comment, it just shows up. But since you added links (I guess?), the spam filters made it “pending for my approval” and I hadn’t noticed. You should be able to see it now. Cheers.

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