Their time will never truly arrive. They'll never make it to the top of the totem pole. They're doomed to spend the rest of their existence playing second fiddle (if they're lucky) to those around them. Some of them know this in the core of their beings. Others have no idea and never will. But in each and every case, they go out there and give it their all anyways.
Beyond the great amount of humour associated with him, Frog-Man is a prime example of the phenomenon I describe above. The son of failed, small-time villain Leap-Frog, Eugene decided to "borrow" his father's suit to make up for all the misdeeds of his parent by becoming a superhero. He has one of the most ridiculous names, the gaudiest costumes, and the least respect of any hero you can think of (that is, if anyone bothers thinking about him at all), but none of that matters, because Eugene's going to go out and be the best hero he can be.
Day in and day out, he will be there, doing his best. His name isn't going to make the papers. He isn't going to be trending on social media. But that isn't why he does it.
He does it because that's who he is.
Frog-Man's never gotten a moment in the limelight. To be perfectly honest, he probably never will. All of his stories involve him achieving victory through dumb luck at best or thoroughly embarrassing himself at worst. And yet, he never gives up. He always puts that suit back on. He always goes out to do his part to make the world a better place. It may not be the biggest contribution, but it's his.
And no one can ever take that away from him.
Frog-Man is a joke to many, but his commitment to his hopes and dreams are laudable as hell. He's never going to give up and never going to say die. If that's not something we should all be trying to live up to, I don't know what is.
Plus, there was that one time where he defeated Flag-Smasher by throwing up on him. That was hilarious.