5. Make it a collaboration. It can feel gratifying to figure out what seems like the answer and then deliver it in a sermon. It’s like being a good advice detective when you figure out exactly what someone should or can do, and you feel even better when you can put it all into words eloquently. This is a good way to explain your advice, too. If I were you, I would travel more. Remember to use an infinitive after ‘would’ and not ‘to’. To make this negative, put ‘not’ after ‘would’. Make a suggestion. A suggestion or recommendation is another good way of giving advice that isn’t to direct.