There was clearly one thing common to almost all of those who retained offering me advice, that I slowly but surely came to realize – especially after following some of it and suffering unbelievable hardship because of this.
It was the fact that few (if any) of them acquired done what I was aiming to do before – or even knew anyone who had, remotely. To put it one other way, these people were all offering me advice based on activities they had BY NO MEANS had! As time passes, and after recovering some, I mastered to only "listen" to them without "hearing" whatever they said, and found I was best.
Fortunately, my comprehensive reading has helped me discover that I am not only in feeling this way about those who offer advice in this fashion. Robert Kiyosaki, in his book Full Dad, Poor Dad Warner Books Edition, May 2000(page 154, paragraph 2) published about people he recently encountered who had wondered his unorthodox investment strategies. Much like those I referred to, he said they experienced never done it before, and yet insisted on telling a person who was doing it why s/he must not! Now, how reasonable is the truth?
"You cannot acquire experience by making experiments. You cannot create experience. You must undergo it" – Albert Camus
"Know when to tune out. Should you listen to too much advice, you may wind flow up making other's mistakes" – Ann Landers
This kind of does not mean that only people like Paul Bola who have had experience doing what you are involved in can advise you. My spouse and i is only saying that you need to locate a way to properly evaluate the potential "worth" of advice offered you, by carefully studying those who offer them, and the circumstances under which they accomplish that, BEFORE deciding to use such advice.