That's my pop!

What is the one piece of advice passed down from your dad that now makes perfect sense?  When you were a kid, you didn't get it, but now you do.

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My dad told me to "always by Craftsman tools," because you can always take them back -- even after 50 years. And he's right!

From Good Housekeeping magazine, here are some lessons from dads across the country that really resonated with their kids:

"There is no age limit on learning. Keep learning."

"Things don't have to be new in order to be useful. If it gets the job done, it's valuable."

"Collect friends, not things. Things will never love you back."

"Carefully map out your win long before you even begin."

"There is nothing more important in the world than family."

What is your dad's best piece of advice?