Reaching out to others is smart; it is not a sign of weakness.

When someone confides in me, the friend won’t hear another person whispering about his/her business—because I didn’t reveal shit to anyone. It’s as simple as The Golden Rule. This leads people to continue to confide in me—giving me more “references” of experience in life. Through being exposed to other people’s experiences and results, I add new references to my own arsenal of “experience.” This allows me to be a greater source of wisdom and causes friends and acquaintances to turn to me for direction or nuggets of enlightenment.

One important thing I’ve learned is that no one has all the answers all the time about everything. That’s why I ask so many questions when friends approach me about what it is they’re going through in their lives. Here’s why:

(To read more, check out my article published on Elite Daily at the link below:)

Why Asking Questions Is The First Step To Giving The Best Advice