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10 Ways A Good Guy Is Strong

Editor’s note: I can’t believe what an international response has come from the site. Super humbling. Kedric Kwan, who hails from Malaysia, contributed this great article on the meaning of strength. Strength is no do doubt an advantage. Being strong enables us to lift heavy weights in the gym, move our own furniture and help […]

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Surprising statistics about guys

15 Surprising Statistics About Guys

Ever get that feeling you’re alone? You’re not. “You’re alone” is the biggest lie guys believe. We don’t like to admit we need help. In fact, men are half as likely to seek counseling services as women according to Counseling Today.   Have something you’re struggling with? Here are 15 surprising statistics about guys. You’ve […]

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75 Ways To Become A Better Man

Do you want to become a better man? After re-reading Robert Glover’s No More Mr. Nice Guy, I’m inspired to remedy the Nice Guy Syndrome and start the journey to become a better man (the Good Guy). I started the list, but got some help from my men’s group here in Los Angeles. I hope this inspires you […]

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5 Truths To Achieve The Impossible

Ever heard the saying, “when the going gets tough, the tough get going”? Of course you have; it’s one of the trite statements of the 21st century. However, when I get in one of those ruts where I’m complaining about everything, I have to ask myself, “Am I living it out?” Do I quit when […]

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Disappointment Isn’t That Bad

Disappointment isn’t that bad. I think sometimes we let the fear of it keep us from enjoying what God has blessed us with presently in our lives. It can keep us from investing 100% in our passions. It can keep us from taking the risks that every whippersnapper can afford to take early in life. The […]

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A Good Guy Is More Than…

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.”

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