When we receive advice, we must always be grateful that someone is taking the time to do it. However, the fact someone gives us advice doesn’t mean it’s a good advice, or that we have to apply it.
It doesn’t make sense that we believe that, because someone gave us an advice, automatically that becomes a good recommendation, without first assessing it.
Just as there are good people and bad people, intelligent people and stupid people, there are also good, bad, intelligent and stupid pieces of advice.
Thinking about this, I’ve decided to create a list of the five worst pieces of advice I’ve received – or at least in my case – didn’t turn out to be as good as they seemed: