• Motivation
  • Looking Out for Your Big Break

    Big breaks come in many different forms, shapes and sizes and they can come on the back of some purposeful hard work in pursuing them or they can seemingly emerge out of nowhere really. As much as we’re perhaps each looking for our own individual big breaks that are totally unique to each of us, the common denominator consistent of pretty much all of these big breaks is that of some kind of financial windfall.

    Consequently, in my discussion of how one must be on the lookout for their big break I’ll be making reference to money quite a lot, but that’s implicitly interchangeable with anything that constitutes a big break, really. Let’s make no beans about it though – what’s a big break without the big payday to go with it, even if that payday doesn’t really mean you’ll be getting all the money as a huge pile at once?

    Have a plan ready

    While you might not quite have the money to follow your dream or pursue your passion at this very moment, always have a plan ready to do so. Plan everything right down to the finest detail, including what exactly you’d do with the money and how much of it you’d spend on each and every last detail forming part of the process of making it happen.

    The reason why this is so important is because A – you’ll be ready to go as soon as your big break comes, and B – you might just realise that there are other means through which to go ahead with the perusal of your dreams aside from needing a huge pile of cash.

    Big breaks of the bittersweet kind

    It’s never a nice thing to have to think about, but it’s a reality nevertheless, that being how at times your big break comes through what would otherwise make for unfortunate circumstances. For example, let’s say you were really down in the dumps and desperate for some kind of windfall that would help you through some economically testing times and suddenly you catch wind of a huge inheritance left to you by some distant aunt who passed away. Every indication is that you were close to that relative if they nominated you as the beneficiary of their estate’s inheritance, so naturally you’d feel really bad about their passing, but on the other hand the huge windfall you get out of the situation makes up the sweetness in what is a bittersweet scenario.

    Unfortunately that’s just one of the many ways through which life shows us just how sick of sense of humour it has, so you should take your big break any which way it comes. A client and now dear friend’s big break came in the form of somewhat of a windfall received with the help of an Appleton Personal Injury Lawyer, receiving compensation after having been injured as a result of a slip and fall on the premises of the company that went on to be held liable for that incident.

    So while I’m not suggesting you go out looking for big breaks that come in this fashion, when they do, grab hold of them with both hands because it’s just life’s way of alleviating the suffering you otherwise go through as a result of the offending event.