The Best Advice You Never Gave – Part 2

So if you haven’t read “The Greatest Advice You Never Gave,” go back and read it here:

The gist is this: If you could be guaranteed a receptive listener, who is the person you would most like to give advice to, and what would that advice be?

Now, take a deep breath, and give yourself that same advice you were fantasizing about giving away to somebody else.

Any revelations?

Pray tell.

Coming soon . . . Lessons Learned at Freddy’s Custard.

The Greatest Advice You Never Gave

I had an annointed conversation with a complete stranger over the weekend that was pretty amazing. I’m looking forward to telling you all about it, but first I want to ask you a question.

Is there somebody in your life you would really like to give some advice to but haven’t because it’s none of your business or you don’t know how they’d take it or you are afraid of hurting or angering them? This could be a family member, a co-worker, a friend, a pastor, a parent, a child, or just someone you’ve come across in the course of the day. Heck. It could even be me. What advice would you give them if you had absolute assurance they would listen to your advice with an open heart?

If you still can’t think of anyone, keep your eyes out for someone who fits this description today and make a note of it when you find them.

(I’d love to read some of your answers, so please leave a description of the person and the advice if you can spare a minute or two.)

Stay tuned for the follow-up question and Part 2 of

The Best Advice I Never Gave.

We Have A Winner!!!

Congrats to Tim who has just won the drawing for the Zorbit’s Math Adventure ( I’ve got a feeling his kiddos are going to love it as much as mine do.

And guys, really, all you have to do to enter my give-aways is drop me a comment on the give-away post. I’ve had record stats lately, but if it hadn’t been for Tim, I wouldn’t have gotten to give this away. Not to put a guilt trip on anybody, but people, I do these give-aways for YOU!

Well, here’s hoping that everybody out there is rolling in dough and leaving the sweepstakes for folks like me.

‘Till next time . . .