|Hi Anne Marie,
Your poem has a fun and upbeat tone to it; very motivating with its exuberant expression! It conveys well the different ways in which you can step out of your comfort zone and realize your ambitions and desires. This kind of message never gets old!
However, I do have a few minor suggestions:
1. Perhaps I'm being dense here, but not sure what a 'Reviver' is...would that be something like an accelerator? Moving into high gear?
2. In the flow of these verses, I'm assuming that the Reviver is the inner motivator and speaking to the person's impulsive/creative side. If so, then the first two lines of the first stanza don't really fit in. They are the voice the individual is using to welcome the Reviver ("Go ahead, make my day") while the rest of the poem is in the latter's voice.
3. The 3rd line in the 4th stanza: "Make a good decision" sounds a bit out of tone with the rest of the (almost-reckless) spirit of the poem. However, I do think it sounds a bit like poet Mary Oliver's famous, "Tell me, what is it that you 'plan' to do with your one wild and precious life?" which is a line I've always loved. Not sure if that's the interpretation you'd hoped for, though.
4. In the 5th stanza, "A new day has begun, Your dreams have been fulfilled". I don't want to sound pedantic here, but is the Reviver trying to tell the person that he/she has already achieved his/her ambitions at the dawn of a new day?
5. I love the powerful line, "No more wondering if"! Not sure how it links to the following one, though, "You have won, it's your gift". A query on the same lines as #4.
Hope this helps in some way. Free to accept or discard my recommendations, of course!