When giving advice to those who ask for it, remember that what you would do isn’t always in the best interest of the person you’re giving advice to.
Often, the most effective advice involves revealing pathways & illuminating doors and letting the person you’re providing advice to decide for themselves which one is in their own best interest to take.
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