MY TAKE: What’s the best advice you’ve received?

"My coach used to say, always keep your nose clean, meaning stay out of trouble."—Fuller Black, with his daughters, Dasha, left, and Davina, center<font size="3">"My coach used to say, always keep your nose clean, meaning stay out of trouble."<br />—Fuller Black, with his daughters, Dasha, left, and Davina, center

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"My coach used to say, always keep your nose clean, meaning stay out of trouble."—Fuller Black, with his daughters, Dasha, left, and Davina, center

“My coach used to say, always keep your nose clean, meaning stay out of trouble.”
— Fuller Black, with his daughters, Dasha, left, and Davina

 

"I've gotten lots of it. I'll pick one: Be yourself."— Lisa Simmons

“I’ve gotten lots of it. I’ll pick one: Be yourself.”
— Lisa Simmons

 

"When I got married: The beset thing you can do, which gets harder, is communicate."— Melissa Clark, with her son, Griffin

“When I got married: The best thing you can do, which gets harder, is communicate.”
— Melissa Clark, with her son, Griffin