I'm thinking about a sermon I heard at church a short while ago. My pastor talked about wisdom. Listening to him speak made me think about one of the particular points I share in my book Let Crazy Be Crazy. I talk about wisdom and I offer advice to individuals to seek wisdom whenever they're doing with a particular person or circumstance that can be difficult or challenging. A lot of times we have a tendency to rely on our own thoughts to move forward and make a particular choice in a situation. However, there are some instances where it's better for us to talk with someone who's been there done that. I know for me I would much rather learn from someone else's mistakes than make one of my own. In my book, I suggest that you seek wisdom from someone who is "sound with their decision making and clever with solutions". It's always great to have that go-to person who can give you advice without getting too emotionally involved. So I challenge you, go into the rest of this week looking for someone else you can talk to that can give you sound advice. This is not the person who is going to make a big thing of your situation. Not the individual who's prone to drag in people in the office or other family members or friends. Choose someone that who is sound in their advice. Ask them what their opinion is, get direction from them and then follow it. Because even if wisdom is dispersed, it does nothing without you pushing things forward and putting them into action to actually make it benefit your life.