Last week, a reader wrote to me about how he is trying to be a good guy, but his reputation won’t let him. This article is about reconstructing a bad reputation into a good one.
In this interview on goodguyswag.com, Torrance discusses his new CW show “Reign” and the character he plays, Sebastian. He also describes the courtly rules he has picked up on being in period shows such as “The Tudors,” as well as chivalry and gallantry.
Craving late night snacks? Here’s a late night diet you can go to town on. Enjoy!
Nothing wears anyone out more than a relationship fight. After an all night fight, the next morning just doesn’t quite start out on the best note regardless of the outcome. In “Crucial Conversations,” it describes people having a tendency to move towards silence or violence in an argument when the stakes are high. Neither of these help end an argument. Check out 5 things you can do to quickly bring the fight to an end.
I wrote this because I’ve been hearing all of these stories about guys cheating….even nice ones. Why does the nice guy cheat? I also go into how you can prepare yourself for commitment now.
In this 3rd article this week, you will see 10 Hollywood actors who are making a difference. As a good guy, you should be making a difference too. Hopefully you will be inspired by their good deeds to go out and change the world as only you can.
Everyone wants breakthrough, but what do you do when you just want to give up? Who hasn’t been here? Resources are low, hope is gone, the dream is wrecked, and you’re caught in between a rock and a hard place. What’s your next move? When I hit this point, I always go back to an […]
Graham Rogers is a “good guy” in Hollywood. You probably know him from the hit NBC show “Revolution,” where he portrayed the character Danny Matheson, but he’s also got other big projects coming up this next year. He’ll be starring along Nick Jonas in the film “Careful What You Wish For,” and he’ll also be […]
If you find yourself on a carousel of anxiety, panic attacks, and trouble sleeping, maybe it’s time for a change. “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.” The insanity stops here. Here are 5 steps to managing your dreams:
When I graduated from college, my first job (believe or not) was at McDonald’s. I took a Marketing Director position, and my favorite perk was FREE FOOD. I ate breakfast and dinner at McDonald’s everyday for close to two years.