I've had a lot of advice given to me over the past few years as I've pursued new goals, particularly around running and diet. I've heard I should run more, run less, run faster, run slower, run in cushioned shoes, run in minimalist shoes, run trails, run roads, eat carbs, avoid carbs, start eating bacon, take supplements, etc etc etc. It goes on and on.
What has become evident during this time is that it's vital to be observant of others, to listen to their advice and consider it. Once you've done that reframe it through a different lens. That lens is your own personal values, intent, purpose and experience. Follow others to a point where you learn, then only apply their information when it is helpful and fits within your value system. That's not to imply your values won't change over time, mine certainly have (no bacon for me thanks, pigs deserve to live as much as we do & I don't value cholesterol in my diet) but chasing others opinions of your actions is a dead end game.