Entrepreneurship

How to Turn Your Big Break into Lasting Success

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A celebrity endorsing your product online or a last minute feature on your brand in Forbes are two great examples of opportunities that can happen at any given moment and give you your big break to take your business to the next level and conquer the world.

How to Turn Your Big Break into Lasting Success

You never know when the most significant opportunity of your life will come knocking, which is why you have to stay ready. Create all of the materials you need now so that any time a big break moment pops up; you have your press kit, business plan and whatever else you may need ready to send to the powers that be.

1. Act Quickly

There's a reason why we see reality TV stars virtually everywhere the moment they step off screens. Their management is striking while the iron is hot and getting the most out of their new found fame while people are4 still interested. You have to use the same mentality for your business. Keep the momentum going and make the most out of every opportunity. Create a way to get your new supporters into an email database. Set up a weekly newsletter based on your niche to keep your admirers in the loop, keep your products or services in their mind and create long-lasting customer relationships.

2. Design Your Dream Team

A manager and an agent can help you maximize all opportunities that come your way and keep you in the public eye. You may need to consider recruiting more assistants to help you deal with the surge in customer inquiries and sales.

3. Prepare for Overwhelm

Now is the time for self-care. YThe increased workload and the potential requirement to attend relevant events to network can all become overwhelming. Activate your productivity mindset. Take a little time out for yourself every evening to decompress and recharge your energy.

4. Build Lasting Relationships

Take the time to respond politely to everyone requesting your time. Prioritize the relationships that would be most mutually beneficial.

What has been your most significant big break? Tweet me @lorenridinger.