Once upon a time, a President of a great country wasn’t doing his job very well. Tweet this
His approval rating was very low and the public voted him out of office.
This was big news because the President was a Republican and the Republicans had held that office for a long time.
The President-elect, a Democrat, visited the sitting President to begin the complicated transition process. During the meeting, the unpopular and ineffective Republican President offered the President-elect advice and counsel.
Misspelling the President-elect’s name, the President urged the Democrat to “stay the course” with regard to the Republican agenda.
And that’s how Herbert Hoover handed off the United States Presidency to Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1932.
Unsuccessful people often try to influence others.
People of moderate means frequently tell what they know about money management.
Overweight people are known to share diet tips. And in my business–communication consulting–there are plenty of consultants charging big money for bad advice.
Unsuccessful people always have advice
Some of this information is worthwhile, but a lot of it can send you down the wrong path.
Be careful. It’s a jungle out there.
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