free advice


There is a reason why free advice is so inexpensive.

Still here goes.

  • the power of compound interest should not be ignored, always save a little from every pay cheque
  • you might be surprised how long you can delay instant gratification
  • in school dig in, if you don’t want to work hard why are you there
  • don’t be afraid to change schools or jobs if they don’t fit
  • treat your body like a temple
  • treat your brain like a muscle that needs to stretch
  • you have to distinguish between when to apply “good enough” or your absolute best
  • remember that on the days you can’t do “your very best” your “just plain good” will be fine
  • if you wouldn’t want your mother to see you or hear you, don’t do that awful, nasty thing or speak like a viscious snake
  • don’t forget to stay in touch with friends, if you don’t you will find your old friends will become “whatever happened to old what’s his name.”
  • be a real member of your community
  • give more than you take
  • take time to imagine and try to walk in the other fellow’s shoes
  • be kind
  • life is the question, love is the answer

my score on these has always been spotty but I’m working on it

 

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Author: William J. Gibson

62 year old - writer/photographer Canadian, survived open heart surgery, received kidney transplant, sometimes dour, sometimes amusing, over six feet in height, severely follicle challemged

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