I am a fan of Fett for a few reasons, but to say one would be the way he handled himself in the Sarlacc.
He didn't feel sorry for himself, he didn't try to plead with the sentient being in the Sarlacc, he continued to resist even while being dissolved slowly in acid. It would have been easy to go mad with pain and let the eternal darkness swallow him, but he held on to his will to survive and focused his entire will and being into escaping, or at least hurting the Sarlacc.
It is reminiscent of the frog being swallowed by the bird, but it holds on to its throat, refusing to go quietly into the night.
Fett also lives up to his own moral standard, no one elses. We should mimic his resolve to our principles, I don't think they should be ours though, otherwise you are trying to live someone else's and not your own. You have to live life and conduct yourself by principles that you agree with and hopefully they are grounded in solid foundations of law and order and good will toward men.
Fett would approve this message
"We do bad things to worse people"