3 Ways to Master Unsolicited Advice

We are by default opinionated people.

By our nature and makeup, we are always observing and sensing the world around us to make decisions out of mere need to survive.

That is how we have survived the times of hunting and gathering of old, the weather changes of the Earth and the beast of animals and neighboring groups.

But today, our observations and making sense of the mysteries of life, lend people the need to air them out. With social media, traditional media outlets and land of free speech, people have many opportunities to express themselves.

But what do you when people want to impose their opinions and facts through their lens on you?

How do you handle the unsolicited advice?

Here are 3 things to keep in mind when receiving unsolicited advice: