Danielle started saying it on the podcast and I’ve been trying to puzzle out if it means anything but haven’t gotten anywhere. Is there an origin I missed?
My best guess is that “be good” means like, be nice, be good to people, and that “be good at it” means be good at… something. But ideally you would want both. Esp the first one. So that seems wrong.
Anyway, please help. My family is dying.