Advice is Cheap — Context is Priceless

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"In the end, an effective exchange of advice is specific to the giver and receiver of the counsel. Yet, like any human interaction, there are general patterns for those who want to get better and faster at soliciting and giving advice. The best advice givers not only see the patterns, but also pick and choose which ones makes sense for the situation. If you’re advising, here are three ways to surface the right patterns; if you’re seeking advice, listen to those who do the following:...."

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