Good Tuesday Morning!
To be fair, I usually don’t eavesdrop, but this conversation was hard to ignore. They were speaking rather loudly, and yes, I was curious to hear what kind of advice would be offered.
1st: “Don’t bother seeing a lawyer; don’t spend money you don’t have.”
2nd: “Have her get out, and drop resumes off to the agencies; they’ll find her a job.”
3rd: “Oh, she is an administrator, there are not very many jobs out there.”
4th: “Join LinkedIn; I have over 600 connections, they will help her find a job.”
The friend seemed confident, knowledgeable and compelling. I’m sure he was well meaning, but mostly misinformed.
If you have a problem with your teeth, do you ask your friend, the mechanic, to tell you what’s wrong? No. You ask her for the name of a good dentist.
Average advice can be found cheaply, and just about everywhere.
Be smart the next time you need advice: ask the right questions, of the right people. The answers you get will be better, both more accurate and objective. They will actually help you get the results you desire.
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