Alarm Clock Chicken
July 4, 2016
Now this is not a good idea
And something I wouldn’t recommend at all
But it is something I am guilty of and I know many others are as well
Now this is a brutal game
And someone has to lose if not both of you.
But see the issue is the person who has the least to lose, will always win
And let me give you a hint here,
(Leans in really close and whispers)
“The alarm clock has nothing to lose”
So the original concept of chicken was 2 people run at each other and the last person to pull out to avoid the collision wins.
The point is to see who has the most courage or stupidity depending on how you look at it.
Now you have to ask yourself have you ever played alarm clock chicken
I am pretty sure you have, most people have at least once in their life
Where you challenge the alarm clock to see who can be the most stubborn
Remember my hint
So every time you hit that snooze button push the limits a little more
You are challenging the alarm clock and I have a feeling he is going to win.
But there is also other issues
On a psychological level there have been studies which show, when you hit snooze, especially multiple times you are setting the tone for the day.
You will have more trouble sticking to tasks that are difficult, more likely to find excuses as to why you can’t do something, and the list goes on.
This is why I encourage my clients when possible to workout first thing in the morning.
It gets you started, there are less excuses, and your body will feel better for it.
So stop playing chicken with the alarm clock, make the choice and get out and moving.
Your body and your mind will thank you for it.
And save the heroic chicken game for another day.
That’s all I have for you
Until next time,
Lachlan “Ate The Chicken” Farley