|No wonder he has bad feet-he's standing in a puddle|
I am the sort of person that generally says what I think and then doesn't give a lot of shits what most people think of me. It probably alienates people, but it tends to attract fellow honest people, which I like. I do try to keep all "training" opinions to myself unless I'm asked (with mixed success).
|OMG he clearly needs a flash|
I've certainly been approached by people with wholly-non-solicited advice that I found offensive. I'm sure it was well-intentioned (however strangely delivered), but it hit me the wrong way. I'm sure they were being honest, but it was the biggest turn off to whatever it was they were trying to say.
So how do you handle it? When you have training advice or ideas for someone, do you just blurt it out because it's obvious and true? Do you sit on it until they ask you? Do you tell all your friends behind their backs and take snarky screen shots?