One Of The Advantages Of Being A Captain Is Being Able To Ask For Advice Without Necessarily Having To Take It.
~ William Shatner as Kirk, in "Dagger of the Mind"
Some People Like My Advice So Much That They Frame It Upon The Wall Instead Of Using It.
~ Gordon R. Dickson
Death Is A Very Dull, Dreary Affair, And My Advice To You Is To Have Nothing Whatsoever To Do With It.
~ W. Somerset Maugham
To Profit From Good Advice Requires More Wisdom Than To Give It.
~ Churton Collins
Write Down The Advice Of Him Who Loves You, Though You Like It Not At Present.
~ English Prove
Friendship Will Not Stand The Strain Of Very Much Good Advice For Very Long.
~ Robert Lynd
If You Achieve Success, You Will Get Applause, And If You Get Applause, You Will Hear It. My Advice To You Concerning Applause Is This; Enjoy It But Never Quite Believe It.
~ Robert Montgomery
No One Can Give You Better Advice Than Yourself.
~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
The True Secret Of Giving Advice Is, After You Have Honestly Given It, To Be Perfectly Indifferent Whether It Is Taken Or Not, And Never Persist In Trying To Set People Right.
~ Hannah Whitall Smith, 1902
Unless A President Can Protect The Privacy Of The Advice He Gets, He Cannot Get The Advice He Needs.
~ Richard Milhous Nixon
Nothing Is Less Sincere Than Our Mode Of Asking And Giving Advice. He Who Asks Seems To Have A Deference For The Opinion Of His Friend, While He Only Aims To Get Approval Of His Own And Make His Friend Responsible For His Action. And He Who Gives Advice Repays The Confidence Supposed To Be Placed In Him By A Seemingly Disinterested Zeal, While He Seldom Means Anything By His Advice But His Own Interest Or Reputation.
~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Free Advice Is Worth The Price.
~ Robert Half