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
Never Give Advice In A Crowd.
~ Arab Prove
To Ask Advice Is In Nine Cases Out Of Ten To Tout For Flattery.
~ John Churton Collins
Please Give Me Some Good Advice In Your Next Letter. I Promise Not To Follow It.
~ Edna St. Vincent Millay, Letters, 1952
In The Choice Of A Horse And A Wife, A Man Must Please Himself, Ignoring The Opinion And Advice Of Friends.
~ George John Whyte- Melville
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
How Is It Possible To Expect Mankind To Take Advice When They Will Not So Much As Take Warning.
~ Jonathan Swift
Never Trust The Advice Of A Man In Difficulties.
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
The People Sensible Enough To Give Good Advice Are Usually Sensible Enough To Give None.
~ Eden Phillpotts
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"
I Have Lived Some Thirty-odd Years On This Planet, And I Have Yet To Hear The First Syllable Of Valuable Or Even Earnest Advice From My Seniors.
~ Henry David Thoreau