The Advice Of Friends Must Be Received With A Judicious Reserve; We Must Not Give Ourselves Up To It And Follow It Blindly, Whether Right Or Wrong.
~ Pierre Charron
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
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
To Ask For Advice Is In Nine Cases Out Of Ten To Ask For Flattery.
~ John Churton Collins
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"
Dying Is A Very Dull, Dreary Affair. And My Advice To You Is To Have Nothing Whatever To Do With It.
~ W. Somerset Maugham
My Advice To You Is Get Married If You Find A Good Wife Youll Be Happy If Not, Youll Become A Philosopher.
Often Sound Advice Turns Out To Be Totally Wrong. Sometimes Things Turn Out In Such A Way That Only A Fool Would Predict. Which Is Why Fools, Too, Have Their Place In Analysis And Debate.
My Best Advice To Anyone Who Wants To Raise A Happy, Mentally Healthy Child Is: Keep Him Or Her As Far Away From A Church As You Can.
~ Frank Zappa
No One Wants Advice -- Only Corroboration.
~ John Steinbeck
You Simply *must* Stop Taking Advice From Other People.
~ Melissa Timberman
Never Give Advice Unless Asked.
~ German Prove