By Douglas V. GibbsAuthor, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host
A real man is an anonymous giver, and a beacon of humility. He serves, but is firm in his stance. He pays attention to detail, but does not make a big stink out of small problems. He's kind, yet principled. He's sensitive, yet fierce when necessary. He knows when it's time to be compassionate, and he knows when his male aggression must rule the moment.
But, nobody knows he did whatever it was he did to save the day, because he's not pointing fingers towards himself, nor is he preaching about "I" and "me."
He can be depended upon, for he never fails when it comes to his word, or his resolve.
He is a real man.
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