...sometimes it is a good idea to strike back in the centre, when attacked on the wing. This, I think, is the most correct statement. But I guess that in a world of strong motto marketing, you won't get into the spotlights with this one.
Most students like teachers who bring clear knowledge in a convincing, self-assured way. With statements like 'sometimes, in somehow similar positions, something like this might be a good idea' you do not make a very authoritative impression.
Willy Hendriks, Move First, Think Later: Sense and Nonsense in Improving Your Chess