Nice Guys Finish Last

You work hard in life — you make good choices, you do good things, you do whats right even if its not neccessarily fun or popular… and it gets you nowhere.

You really try. You try to be nice to people, you try to always do the right thing and respond positively to things. But what does that bring you?

People are mean. People don't want you to be nice, because when you're nice, they try to bring you down to their level, to make them in power, to make you the lesser person. They make the life of a nice guy not so nice anymore.

So that makes those nice guys not want to be so good all the time; It makes them want to be mean, which will inturn make them want to do the same to others.

Being nice isn't as nice as it seems. Some are sick of the life of a nice guy. Some don't want to finish last anymore.


11 Responses to “Nice Guys Finish Last”

  1. Mavis Says:

    omgsh rob:

    a) you are a nice guy

    b) you do not always finish last.

    you can be nice… yet still be not nice enough to the point of competitiveness. Then, i garantee, you will not always finish last.

    And I don’t see why everyone needs a group- nice guys, not nice, in between, etc. You could just as easily be whoever you are, group or no group. Continue on your path and you will be just fine- stop worrying!

  2. Kelsey Says:


  3. Mavis Says:

    i wasnt aware that nice meant something else 🙂

  4. Kelsey B (the one in high skool) Says:

    Rob!!! First off…. HI!!!! 🙂
    Second off: I haven’t been talking to all of you 8th graders (whoops- FREHSMAN!!!) very often, but everyone that i have talked to loves you as you are. Rob = One Cool Guy. That’s definetely it. And even IF nice guys finish last, their prize for finishing the race is always better….
    ~Kelsey 🙂

  5. Rob Says:

    From one fellow nice guy to another (I’m also a Rob, BTW):

    I have been scanning quickly through your site and we seem to have much in common – or did, when I was your age (13 years ago).

    One of the hardest lessons I had to learn was that “the first will be last, and the last will be first.” Something Jesus said. May not make a lot of sense, but in a nutshell it means that if you are humble enough to place others’ needs above your own (SERVE them), God sees this and honors it with blessings. Some of those blessings are the joy that comes with helping (or being nice), so that you can keep doing it over and over! Soon, you’re entrusted with bigger things to take care of and serve.

    Just a quick snapshot of my life: I went from being the Valedictorian of my high school 9 years ago, wanting to be famously smart and important, all the way to NOW wanting to help and serve people “on the sidelines, not the spotlight,” giving God all the credit, and me never being recognized except by Him. Interesting, huh?

    Anyway, looking foward to reading more on your site. Hope this comment didn’t freak you out. God bless you, Rob.


  6. Leah Says:

    Josh hates that word- nice. No, seriously. Go say it to him and he’ll freak out. Oh, btw, hi Kelsey! (Kelsey B and H)

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