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Will Getting Married Help You Win An Award?

Further to Andy Murrays wedding last year, experts feel that getting married has helped him continually win awards and Andy Murray agrees stating that “Marriage Has Made My Tennis Better” in a tweet late last year.
In April last year the Wimbledon and US Open-winning player married his long-term girlfriend, Kim Sears in Scotland at Dunblane Cathedral before a small reception with close friendly and family at their own luxury hotel in Perthshire.
Magazine ‘Hello’ has reported that “Since his marriage to long term sweetheart, Andy Murray has allowed the public to see a softer side to his persona. He has also been telling interviewers that his happy personal life with his wife has improved his game and his chances of winning glass awards and trophies.
When Andy Murray recently beat Rafael Nadal in the Madrid Open final he surprised audiences at home by writing ‘Marriage Works’ on the lens of a camera that was filming the match. Marriage has certainly changed Andy’s outlook on life, the way he is personally and also the way he looks at tennis and matches he plays.
Of course we are not saying you just need to get married so you can win an award, you need to love the person and want to marry them but what we are saying is that by getting married you could end up winning that glass award you have set your heart on and are desperate to get.
By marrying the person of your dreams your outlook on life may change and it could be this that makes a change in your industry or workplace, it could help you become more personable and therefore more likable as a person and this could result in you winning that elegant glass award that you have been eying up. It’s sometimes not what you do that helps you win an award, but instead the way you do it that can allow you to win an award.