How do I rephrase my brain?

10 Less Gory Alternatives to “I’d Like to Pick Your Brain”

  1. I’d like to draw on your experience.
  2. I’d like to learn from your prior work.
  3. I’d really appreciate your perspective.
  4. I would benefit from your viewpoint.
  5. Your background would be very helpful.
  6. Your experiences would be insightful.
  7. I could use your help in understanding.
  8. It would help me to see your perspective.

What do you advise or advice?

So, the main difference between advice vs advise is that “advise” (with an S) is a verb that to recommend, or to give information to someone. On the other hand, “advice” (with a C) is a noun: an opinion or recommendation offered as a guide to action.

How do you advise someone?

Here’s the best way to give advice:

  1. Tell a story. Dry information and stats don’t inspire people to make a change or listen to you.
  2. Chunk it down.
  3. Have a good structure.
  4. Be respectful.
  5. Get to the point.
  6. Make it inspirational.
  7. Use your own experience.
  8. Relate your advice back to their problem.

Can I pick your brain?

What Does “Pick Your Brain” Mean? When you ask someone if you can pick their brain, you’re essentially asking them if you can sit down with them some time to ask them a bunch of questions about a certain topic. This is because they’re better informed about the subject than you.

What would you tell your younger self?

20 Things I would Tell my Younger Self

  • It’s that time of year again. My birthday.
  • Why 20?
  • I’m splitting the advice to my younger self into a few different categories:
  • Take better care of yourself early on.
  • You are beautiful.
  • You are stronger than you know.
  • Always take care of your mental health.
  • Investigate your options before making career choices.
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