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Michael P. Maslanka, assistant professor of law, UNT Dallas College of Law. Michael P. Maslanka, assistant professor of law, UNT Dallas College of Law.

Why do we listen to bad advice? Because it’s simple to understand, easy to digest and inoffensive to hear. All sizzle, no steak, as they say in West Texas. What follows are five pieces of bad advice but with each accompanied by an antidote to neutralize the poison and transform it into something helpful, actionable and meaningful.

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