1) Consider wisely who you hear and who you surround yourself with. Wisdom is only as wise as the person who gives it. Although it's true that everyone in their own way has wisdom to give, the wisdom that will help you the most comes from the person who is already doing or living it.
2) No matter how wise you believe a person to be, they can never be inside your body and experience what it's like to be you. You are the person who tastes your life, take the spices but only add what you need; don't be afraid to know/say if something doesn't feel right to you.
3) Pay attention to the feedback you get from others. If you keep hearing similar things from people (like 'you're negative', 'you're so sensitive', 'you're hard to read') then it's wise to consider that they may be able to see something you can't.
4) Be open to hearing hard truths in a state of empowerment not disempowerment. Instead of shaming yourself, trying to avoid or defend yourself when someone says something that deep down you know is unfortunately true, thank others for the valuable advice. If you know how to change it then do, if you don't then find out how.
5) Every moment is an opportunity to hear and listen to the wisdom within you and all around you. Listen to your gut feelings and intuition if it always seems to be right. Question your boundaries and belief system if you struggle to trust yourself or know that listening to yourself is a bad idea.
Life's not a competition. It's about accepting where you are right now and respecting yourself enough to move forward.
Unconditional love, support and belief in you.