Goodness: What You Are, Not What You Do
The first virtue is goodness. As Peter used the word in its original Greek form, it describes what we are, not what we do.
Of course, goodness also produces action. But bad people can do good things. The virtue Peter extols is good for nothing: good without needing reward, or prompting, or recognition.
Goodness, in a word, is Christ-likeness. Get it, and you'll have more of Christ in you.