In this passage, we see that all the disciples pretty much went back to their 'everyday lives' as they go back to fishing. On this day, the disciples were struggling to catch anything, in fact, they caught nothing. I could imagine how discouraged and frustrated they must've been, however, Jesus appeared to the disciples knowing exactly what was going on and what the disciples needed. The disciples seemed to not notice who was helping them out until their nets were loaded with fish.
Just like the disciples, it is easy to get accustomed to going through the motions. By this I mean, we get so preoccupied with going through a routine that we become dependent on our own strengths rather than seeking to allow Christ to take Lordship over our everyday lives. The Lord is fully aware of all our needs, and He is fully aware of where we are meant to go. Therefore, it is important that we constantly ask ourselves how much of our day are we willing to commit to the Lord? Are we going to give Him a portion, all of it, or None at all?