Danielle started saying it on the podcast and I’ve been trying to puzzle out if it indicates anypoint but haven’t gained anywhere. Is tright here an beginning I missed?

My ideal guess is that “be good” means prefer, be nice, be great to world, and that “be good at it” means be good at… somepoint. But ideally you would certainly desire both. Esp the first one. So that appears wrong.

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Anyway, please help. My family is dying.


I believed around it a tiny, and I think it’s comparable to saying “don’t break the law, or don’t acquire caught” yet not rather the same? choose it’s a lot even more inspirational somehow


Be great, or if you’re not gonna be great, at least perform the bad thing well to make it worth it. Or that’s what I reckon.

I think it’s Danielle’s consistent authorize off on her various other podcast Idle Weekfinish yet I’ve only newly started listening so I don’t know if there’s some deeper origin~ tright here somewhere


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I think it’s Danielle’s continuous sign off on her other podcast Idle Weekfinish however I’ve just recently began listening so I don’t understand if there’s some deeper origin~ tbelow somewhere

Nah, it’s a Waysuggest Radio thing. It began in episode 54 (Are you a bird truther?) and also came to be a “thing” founding from episode 56. Interestingly, in older episodes wbelow Austin is ameans, Danielle tries out a couple of other signoff messeras (to avoid utilizing Austin’s characteristic “peace”) founding with episode 40’s “I can’t end through ‘peace’ so I’m going to finish with… don’t hate.” and also proceeding with episode 51’s “I’m going to end not on ‘peace’ yet on… have actually an excellent day.”


I agree that it’s “be well-behaved or be so experienced at mischief that you don’t obtain in trouble and appear well-behaved”. I like it a lot.


I constantly understood it as “be nice or if you’re going to be an asshole at leastern be really good at the game”.


I have some issues with this phrase. To me it argues that being “good” (nice, consideprice, caring polite etc) is entirely optional if you’re “great at it” (Talented, successful, well-known, preferable etc)

This concept appears incredibly a lot at odds through jiyuushikan.orgs broader philosophy and also I’m not rather certain why Danielle gravitated towards it other than it sounds vaguely catchy and a cute rotate of expression.

I’d much quite “Be excellent and also be great at it” as it’s encouraging all of us to be a decent humale being and striving to enhance what we do.

Whilst really minor, it’s been bugging me for a while as I think being great at somepoint doesn’t provide one permission to be a jerk.


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I’d a lot rather “Be excellent and also be good at it” as it’s encouraging every one of us to be a decent human being as well as striving to boost what we perform.

No, that’s demanding us to be good and also be good at somepoint. A few of us simply suck and a womale who is great at both conserving lives and also possibly ending them telling us not to isn’t going to make it much better.

It’s a lot more respectful to tell civilization to be great or be the ideal at being poor. You perform you assorted cat burglars listening to the Wayallude podcast as you stakeout the guard transforms at an art museum.


Like eincredibly motivating thing that I hear, I associate it via virtue values. We have to endlessly strive to be good yet, likewise, to work at being great, not to take it for granted. Being a good perboy isn’t a mask that can be worn, but a process of endlessly working towards being Good.


I’m sorry, I have actually a really loose understand of philosophy and also it all transforms into self-aid books in my hands.

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I never really thought about it but if I had actually to translate it I would certainly say it’s similar to fake it til you make it in that if you strive to be great you will certainly eventually be great at it.