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Good man guide - Pillar #2

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This week on the O.G. of Good Game.... Pillar #2 of a Good Man or Woman... The difference between a Good Man and a Real Man. They are not the same, know which is which to spot a Good !!!

And welcome back to another exciting episodeof the original Guru of good game, or the og of good game forShort, and I'm your host, the original guru himself, zero game.I want to thank you once again for coming back, for listening, forsticking around and for hanging out with me, and for all those that listened andno longer listen anymore. I once again will thank you for listening aslong as you did. I appreciate it. Much love to you and if you'renot enjoying what y'all there listening to, come on back. Love to haveyou listen again and today on this episode of the Og of good game. Once again, go to www dotoge good gamecom. You can like,share, comment, leave a message and I would love to hear from you. Now we are on to number two...

...of the good man guy and thisis the second pillar. I'm I don't really like pillar. I mean,whatever y'all want to call it, it's all right with me. I justhaven't figured out a good name for it yet. Stage principle whatever, itdoesn't make a difference. Is just as long as you get them and youuse them. So once a didn't get out of pinning the paper. Writeit down, keeping in you wallet, tattooed on your wrist, write iton your forehead so you see it every time you in the mirror. Idon't care how you do it, just keep this stuff in my now onthis week we are talking about the good man guide and this is the numbertwo pillar, and it is real man versus a good man. Now knowpeople are saying, well, I thought you was talking about a good man, isn't it? Isn't a real man, a good man? No, let'sget that established right now. So we only establish that first. Areal man. What is the real man?...

Okay, a real man would bea man who would get up every morning like clockwork, go to unfulfilling, backbreaking crap of a job, and we'll do it every day, five, six, seven days a week if necessary. And why does he dothat? Because he wants to take care of his family. And a realman will do that. He will put up with the bad job, workconditions, he will put up with the low pay, he will put upwith the Asshole boss supervisor that always wants to talk a bunch of smack whileyou doing all of his work, or her work for that matter. So, like I said, this falls both sides of the coin, male andfemale. You can be a real man or a real woman and not bea good man or a good woman. So let's get that established right now. Like I was saying, that a real man is the type that willhe'll work extra shifts, he'll take on...

...additional hours, he'll do whatever heneeds to do in order to make sure that the ones he care about andlove is secure, have a place to stay, make sure they have agood food to eat, or just food to eat. kind of hard toget good food at low pay, but he will do his best. Hewill also make sure them utilities are paid, lights, to gas, water.He will do whatever is needed to make sure that his family is secureand safe. A real man will work extra hours, longer hours, extrashifts, weekends, late nights, just so he can get the money neededto get the gifts for his family for birthdays, holidays, Christmas, specialoccasions, just so he can see the smile on their face and the joyin their eyes. And he will do that. He will bust his humpjust so he can bring a smile to those that he care about. Thereal man is also the one that'll go...

...into the bathroom and kill a spider. A real man will take the mouse out the trap. Real Man willshovel the snow, he'll cut the grass, he'll take out the garbage. Areal man are repaired to sink this clogged up. I'll even coming herewith the plunger and unclogged the toilet after you went near and clogged that motherfuckup, because that's what a real man does. He steps up to theplate and does what is needed to be done when it's needed to be done, and that just shows you the length that a real man will go toto look out for his and his own. Now we didn't establish that part.Let's get another thing straight. Just because you're a real man doesn't makeyou a good man. A real man will jump in front of the bulletfor you. A real man will stand up to anybody that tries to harmyou, tries to oppress you. A real man will speak truth to thosethat don't want to hear it. But a real man also can be bullheaded, stubborn, arrogant sometimes self centered about...

...what he needs to get out ofthis situation. I'm doing all of this stuff for you. I'm paying thebills behind you, clothes, getting your hair done, what do I get? And he'll do things in the sense that he's waiting to get something back. A real man sometimes does not express his emotions or his feelings to hissignificant other, which leaves a lot of times women confused about where they standin this relationship. Those are some of the things that a real man isnot. They're not all and every man, but you can find bits and piecesand of each one of these things I just said in a real man. You know real man. They're tough, they willing to stand up and battle, they'll fight, they'll defend you, they'll get in confrontations. That's whata real man is. Real women do the same thing too, butthat does not make them a good man...

...or a good woman. And thereason why I say that is is because we can look at examples right nowso called real men. Let's take our president, for instance. Now hewould be looked upon as a real man. He takes care of his bills,he takes care of his family, he does things to make sure thatthey're okay in this that another. But is he a good person? No, he is not. See, a real man can also be a racist, a Shauvin this a bigot. But in society's framework, a real mantakes care of his home and those that dwell in his home. A realman takes care of his family and his intimately close friends. That's what areal man does. Real men tend to be violent when they get in confrontationsbecause they don't normally know how to conversate things and work them out, sothey get straight into the violent part. I don't know what to say,I don't know how to rebut your argument,...

...so I'll just cut to the chaseand kick you ass. And don't be surprised, real men do getthey ass whoop too. That's just a fact. But those falls and theguidelines of a real man and that's why I say it's different than a goodman. Now, a good man will do a lot of the things thatthe real man do. But a good man is not arrogant. A goodman is not self centered about what all he get. A good man getspleasure out of pleasing others, well those that he care about the most.Always remember a good man will not be played for a fool. A goodman will do good deeds. But if a good man see you trying totake advantage of his good deeds. A good man or roll. Plain andsimple, he will bounce and won't think twice about it. He out,I'm done. Fuck you put me to all this shit. Hell No.So we got to remember those things when we speaking of a good man orreflecting on a good man or trying to...

...determine what a good man is orwhat a good man isn't those all fall into that play? Because a goodman is emotional. A good man respects your emotions. A good man respectsyour opinions. Matter of fact, a good man looks forward to your opinionand thoughts on things, because a good man wants all the best information thathe can get before he makes a decision. Good men tend to make decisions notNecessari therely for themselves, but for everybody that surrounding. In other words, if I'm going to make a decision about doing something, I want tomake sure it did it doesn't negatively affect anybody that I care about, thatit doesn't negate negatively affect my family and my friends, it doesn't negatively affectmy lifestyle or my home life or my job or my business or whatever wayI make my money. A good man is not solely bent on financial game, where real man, that's all they...

...want is money. They going afterthat money one way to other day. Don't get it now, that doesn'tnecessarily mean they'll get it illegally, but they will make the effort to getit in a way that most people will say, Oh dude, that waskind of grimy. What an illegal but it's kind of grimy the where youdid that, and you know he screwed them people over. Blah, BlahBlah. That happens. See, a good man does not need to dothat in order to come up. A good man will look at all availableoptions to him and take the ones that are best for him and his situation. A good man always uses logic when he's dealing with other people in othersituations and things to make sure he doesn't get emotionally involved and make a baddecision. See, those are just some of the things did a good manversus a real man, and you need to know them, distinctions between thetwo, because a lot of times you get fool you think a real manis a good man. Man Can be...

...controlling, dominating, arrogant, spiteful, vengeful. Mean a real man maybe a man who would whoop your ass. We're a good man will look at you and say, if you getme to the point of anger, to where I feel like I need tophysically harm you, a good man will turn walk out the door and I'mout and be gone and be done with it. I'm not about to bein a relationship where I got to beat a bitch. That's a good man. A good man will stand up for a woman who is in a relationshipwith a man who will beat the bitch, where real man will see another manbeating a bitch ass and be like to thank, got nothing to dowith me. What did she do to Piss him off to he got towhoop her ass, and unfortunately that's a mindset that a lot of real menroll it on a daily basis. So you need to be very specific aboutif you want a real man or a good man, because a real mancan sometimes not be a good man,...

...but all good men are real meant. So I just wanted to throw that out there. I want y'all brainsto marinate on that for a little while. Maybe see something there you might wantto incorporate into your daily thought process, and hopefully that knowledge will bring yousome enlightenment and some happiness in some good vibes in your life. NowI'm going to end that right there and then next week on the O ga good game, I'm gonna give you the third pillar, which is agood man or a good woman has to be strong, and we going toget in that, because that's more than just a physical strength. That's mentaland emotional and spiritual. They have to be strong on all levels and wegoing to get deep on that one because that is the one thing that ifyou looking for in a good man or a good woman, make sure theystrong mentally, make sure they capable physically and make sure that they are extremelystrong spiritually, because there's some things in...

...this world that will tear your spiritdown if you ain't strong, it will tear your mind apart. If youain't strong, it will fuck you up physically, if you ain't capably strongto withstand it in the recover. Now we don't get deep into that nextweek on the O G of good game. Once again I want to thank everybodyfor listening and I give a shout out of love to everybody who's downloaded, who's liked, who shared, who's commented. I want to just giveyou nothing but love. Thank you so much. I really do appreciate itand this is the thing that keeps me motivated to keep putting out this podcast. And if you want to like, share, comment or listen to someprevious episodes, you can go to www dotog good gamecom and on near youcan either use the embedded player or right below it, you will see alittle buttons to allow you to Click on whatever platform you might like. Iwould recommend everybody give a try to the...

...bullhorn platform, because it allows youto listen to the Ogo good game without burning up your mobile data. Youcan call a number and listen to the show and you can listen unlimited withyour unlimited phone plan. All right. So I appreciate it if you dothat and I hope that you come back next week to catch the exciting conclusionto the three pillars of a good man and the good man guy with yourhost, the original guru himself. Zero game. And I'm going to endthis the way I always end this, because you know I'm going to endit this way. Love Piece.

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