When Clyde wakes up in the morning, the first thing he does is let out a sigh and debate whether or not he can squeeze in just a few… more… minutes.
15 minutes later, he wakes up again.
But this time, he’s in a rush. He knows he’s already behind. So he springs out of bed and grabs whatever clothes he left on the floor the night before.
A new set of questions fill his mind.
Shower? No Shower?
Breakfast? No breakfast?
There’s not enough time for both. Something’s gotta go.
With one quick pit-sniff, the shower gets relegated to another day.
He butters his half-toasted bagel, grabs his ‘premium’ Keurig brew, and dashes out the door mere minutes after pulling himself out of bed.
This is how Clyde gets ready every day…
… and it’s slowly ruining his life.
When he wakes up in the morning, he’s not excited. In fact, he’d rather just stay in bed and do nothing at all.
He hates his job.
He hates the people he works with.
He hates their stupid faces and their stupid stories and their stupid opinions.
He wishes he didn’t have to have anything to do with it.
Every day, he leaves his house with about as much enthusiasm as a boiled potato. And unless he changes something, he’s destined to live the same day over and over again for the rest of his life.
Can you relate at all to Clyde?
Do you wake up dreading the day ahead?
Do you pull yourself out of bed irritated and annoyed at the prospect of repeating the same daunting day all over again?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, then…
… what the hell are you doing with your life?
I mean, seriously — stack too many days like that on top of each other and you’re bound to live a life you’ll get absolutely sick of living.
Don’t do that to yourself.
Don’t be Clyde.
If you’re never excited to get out of bed and start your day, there’s a pretty good chance you’re not doing something you actually enjoy.
And if that’s the case, something’s gotta change.
Follow your heart. Find a way to make an impact. Try to make a difference.
Life’s too short to spend even a second not excited to live it.
And when you’re ready