By Lucy M. Pritchett
Do you remember the best advice someone gave you? The power of good advice can play a pivotal role in the decisions you make — and how your life unfolds. Peter Morrin, director of the Center for Arts and Culture Partnerships at the University of Louisville and former director of the Speed Art Museum for 21 years talks about the advice that helped him most.
“John Speed once told me that it was important for a leader to have a clear vision and a strong direction, even if it turns out to be the wrong direction. I think that was very good advice.”
What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received? How did it change your life?