The Best Advice I Ever Got - Beliefnet.
The best advice I've ever received from a teacher is to always embrace feedback. Feedback is not synonymous with praise; in fact, feedback can be painful, especially when it's most needed.
LinkedIn asked leaders in media, tech, retail, finance, and education what their favorite piece of advice is. We take a look at some highlights.
Some advice focused on undertaking work that you genuinely care about. That’s not always easy, in which case the two options are to learn to care about it or to get out and find something else you do care about. When you do care about what you do, it becomes easier to reflect on how well you’re doing and what you need to do to do better.
When you’re lucky enough to have a soft, purring kitten on your lap, remember that you can love it without having to name it, own it or squeeze it to death. P.S. If you feel like it, please add the best love-related advice you’ve gotten in the comments. You never know who you might help. Relephant.
The 101 best pieces of advice ever received. Apart from: “Never leave the bar first because everyone will talk about you,” the best bit of advice I got was from my coach, aged 14.
Lead 10 Leaders Share the Best Advice They Ever Received As we approach the end of the year and look to 2016, think about the advice these leaders say helped guide and shape them.
The Best Advice My Mother Ever Gave Me - Across America, US - In honor of Mother's Day, we asked Patch readers to share the best advice they ever got from mom. Spoiler alert: She's always right.