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Advice From friends:
they know about the same as you
they are very influencing
they know almost every thing about you
you might not want to lose them so you listen to them
The Roman philosopher Cicero wrote, "Nobody can give you wiser advice than yourself." However,
parents, friends, and teachers often offer advice. Should people listen to their own advice or the advice of others? Use specific details and examples to support your response.
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Advice from your parents:
They know whats to do because they have done it before
they know what's best
Their advice can help you long term
they are smarter than you
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Advice From Teachers:
they are smart
they know more than you
they know you well
they care about you
they want you to succeed
I used an example to real in the reader. Also well used a striking fact.
When people listen to teachers, parents, and friends they have a better chance at being a success.
Opposite of Cicero
Most people take advice from others because it's seems like good advice. Others try to use their own advice to go by. When people listen to teachers, parents, and friends they have a better chance at being a success.