I've never been the type of person that shares every step/move that I am thinking about making with others. Even if they are family and friends. A lot of times people won't see your vision the way you see it. So when they start to give you advice about something you plan on doing, sometimes it can completely throw you off course, or make you reconsider the idea as a whole.
This definitely has its upsides and downsides. Sometimes I fail terribly because I didn't ask for others opinions to see if it was a good idea or not (Arguable). But then there are the times when I do something and it goes just as amazing as I had envisioned it.
I'm still learning to find the perfect balance with this, because I do value the opinions of others, but most times I just do what I was planning to do anyway.
I live by the message: Do More. Talk Less.
It helps me to take action fast, so I can see what works. In my opinion, just because someone tells you that they don't think it's a good idea, that doesn't mean it actually isn't ya know? The only way to know is to DO IT and see what happens. At least at the end of it, you can say that you tried, right?