Guys buy into a lie as fictional as Hercules myth. It’s the lie that a girl will somehow make your life perfect. That lie will lead to your ruin. You’ve seen friends who’ve bought into it, and you know who they are.
A true good guy goes through his day recognizing his blessings in life and shows kindness to strangers. He takes time out of his day to notice the beauty in the simple and mundane. He loses two seconds out of his own day to help a woman with a stroller go down a flight of stairs. He asks the cashier, “How is your day?” with a smile. He acknowledges the janitor at work with a friendly, “Hello.”
It’s a motivation kinda Monday!
Yesterday, I went and heard Nick Vujicic speak. Have you heard of Nick? He was born with no limbs, and became a motivational speaker. He’s spoken globally, and inspired millions. Just like you and I, Nick had inner voices of doubt, but overcame them along with physical disabilities to achieve great things. What inner voices do you struggle with? Check out today’s article and be inspired through Nick’s story.
Recently I saw a tweet describing the site as a “modern Disney version to blind the eyes of girls with so-called Prince Charming”..when did Prince Charming become the villain? The alternative is being a prick or passive.
New Year’s is a great starting point to make positive changes to your life, but more times than not people have already given up on their goals well before President’s Day in February. Here are some ways to successfully set up and keep your New Year’s resolutions
In an Art of Charm podcast, Kris Wolfe discusses the premise of goodguyswag.com, namely, that a man is complete through the mind, body, and soul
Have you seen the over-the-top proposal video made by Justin Baldoni? It’s had almost 8 million views on YouTube. Justin is an actor and director, but you may not know he’s got some serious good guy swag. In fact, he’s making a difference by using his talents to raise awareness and funds for terminally-ill people.
If you’ve been to this site a few times, you might be drawn by the same ideals that have brought me here. I want to be this good guy, but for some reason, this ideal has been elusive for me. I don’t even know what I’m shooting for. I can do everything right and follow everything play by play, but does that make me a new guy?
The annual Saving Innocence Gala is this Thursday night in Los Angeles. Wilson Bethel, star of “Hart of Dixie,” took some time with goodguyswag.com to share about his bad boy role and why he has chosen to get involved in the fight against sex trafficking.
“Being a good guy is a way of life, and is not a set of rules. No two good guys will look alike because everyone is on a journey, and the only benchmark is where you’ve come from. The basis of this site is that a good guy seeks to better himself in his mind, his body, and his soul.”