Do Good, Be Good, and Kick Ass

My inspiration for this week was stolen. Yes, I stole it, from the back of a truck. It said: “Do Good, Be Good, and Kick Ass.” Of course I did what most smart phone loving individual does, I took a picture. What if that was your mantra in life?

We often think about being good, sometimes we talk about doing good, and I think when we know who we are we just want to kick ass. At least I always want to kick ass. I love that a company chose to advertise with this tagline and that it may very well inspire folks as they sit in traffic (as it did me). A win-win sales pitch.

I try to be good, but sometimes I get a little sassy, so I will work on that this week. Ah forget that. I would not even know how to start to take out the sass. Instead, I will just keep goodness in the forefront of my thought. I will try to lead with good in my interactions, and as a result my hope is that my actions will lead me down the path to do good. Now for kick ass. When you put 110% in all that you do whether that be work, family, marriage, friendships, two things happen. You fall right to sleep at the end of the day, because you are pooped, and 99% of the time you kick ass. Are you giving it all you’ve got?

So your inspiration for today, is to remember: “Do Good, Be Good, and Kick Ass.”

4 thoughts on “Do Good, Be Good, and Kick Ass

  1. Hey, I’m going to watch for that artistic truck — in addition to its great motto, I like the primitive art around the sides.
    Your intention of keeping goodness in the forefront of thought sounds good to me too. Easier said than done, but worth the effort. And thanks for your daily cheer!

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  2. i love this for a BUNCH of reasons but one reason leaves the others in the dust – this proves that “communcal performance” being the only way for society has hit its inflection point or is even past it. maybe we will head towards respecting experts in their respective fields, allow those taking risks to reap rewards from their risk laden ventures, foster competition for children of all ages that yield winners and losers because those who lose and learn from their loss can become winners… all fostering the Kick A** mentality throughout life versus it being a dirty little secret of the private sector!

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