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PETE ON THE STREET: What Was the Best Advice You Were Ever Given?

September 23, 2012
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Jamie Rood

Jamie Rood

All of us receive a lot of advice each day, either from loved ones, critics, teachers, frenemies, Dr. Oz or Oprah. Some of it might even be good.

Before the start of the Bonita-Rowland football game, Pete on the Street asked a handful of Bonita fans what was the best advice they ever received. Their answers follow:

Life Lessons of a Harvard Reject
Scott Short

Scott Short

Jamie Rood

“Live your life like no one is watching.”

 

Scott Short

 

“Don’t take wooden nickels.” (Make sure of what you’re getting)

Louie Salce

Louie Salce

Louie Salce

 

 

“Work hard”

Ray Salce

“Treat people the way you want to be treated.”

Ray Salce

Ray Salce

Erin Diebold

 

“Finish what you start.”

Bob Diebold

“Don’t look into the sun.””

Erin Diebold

Erin Diebold

Kathleen Bacon

“Learn to be patient with people who don’t get things done quickly.”

Albert Einstein (in absentia)

Dr. Einstein
Dr. Einstein

“Try not to become a man of success but rather to become a man of value.”

For more advice, more good than bad, visit www.HarvardReject.com, a book written by LaVerneOnline publisher Peter Bennett that will help you tear down every wall holding back your success. If you have enjoyed books like The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, The Power of Positive Thinking and other classics, you will absolutely love Life Lessons. Currently only available through www.HarvardReject.com.

 

 

 
 

 

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