Is there such a division among men to differentiate the good guys from the bad guys? One of the main components of being a good -- no, great -- guy is progression. It comes from a sense of entitlement that just because you are friendly and pleasant, you deserve some sort of award.
Are you proud of who you are and who you plan to become? Is there a simple answer to this seemingly simple question? Speech Focus on your language and your general social standing.
Well, that ultimately all depends on you and your actions. Features like kind, respectful, honest, confident, well-mannered, etc. So, what makes you a good guy?
So, how can I tell if I am good, the eharted to my story, the protagonist to my plot? We are human beings; we are deed to be perfectly imperfect.
In fact, no one else can answer it but you. Are you good for pursuing a career to help the less fortunate?
Maybe you still say hurtful words like these or some other variation, but are you actively working to change it? How do you act by yourself, as well in the presence of others?
Do you misuse words like "bitch" or "slut" or "retarded" just to degrade others? For example, are you good for participating in a certain faith?
Are you good for always saying please and thank you, like your grandmother always told you to?