Life is made interesting by adding play to it. Too much work, without incorporating some play, makes life boring. The need for money does not necessarily mean that time for refreshment is not worth setting aside. The human brain needs to be given time to rest, after being subjected to deep thinking. Working without a break, may lead to the brain getting worked up and worse, can cause harmful effects. For the brain to function normally, it has to be given time to relax. The form of relaxation also determines the degree to which the brain responds. For example, a tired brain will need some music for it to relax better, than chatting with friends. Music serves better because the brain gets the message without thinking of any response. Chatting may not work as well as music because it involves listening and responding. In responding, the brain gets working instead of relaxing.
Another good thing with listening to music is that the listener may decide to dance. Dancing is a very good form of exercising the body. The brain is part of the body. Therefore, when the body is exercised and relaxed, then the brain relaxes automatically. These facts made Gilbert decide to engage in composing music aimed at soothing people who had their brains worked up by the hordes of life challenges. To effectively perform his work in the right manner, he considered talking with firms that offered writing services to give him the right direction, advice and writing support. Gilbert had three jobs in his mind. He had read the job titles somewhere, but wanted more detailed explanation so that he would work on each of them independently.
Sign writing jobs were some of the jobs which he wanted to be explained clearly. He did not understand jingle writing jobs well, in relation to music. Therefore, he wanted thorough information about these jobs to fully exploit them in his pursuit to become a great musician. He had a slight idea of music writing jobs, which was the third job. It is obvious that he understood this third job because of the word music in its name. He sent his order to several writing firms as he wanted to compare writing services from different writers. Gilbert did not care to spend a lot of money paying the writers. He was categorical; he wanted the best knowledge of his writing jobs.
The writing services for the different writing firms were very similar. It was a surprise for Gilbert because he expected to get different responses from each writing firm. They had almost the same writing service charge. They also had similar responses to his requirements. Gilbert did not want the job specifications made at the same time. He could foresee a situation of being mixed up. He preferred working on a particular job title at a time. For that reason, Gilbert made the first order of sign writing jobs and gave it a shorter deadline. He expected the writers to work on it within the deadline and get it quicker than the other two. His decision actually worked, as per his expectations. He was happy to get the exact meaning and requirements of the jobs. He gave himself enough time to learn what the jobs entailed. Gilbert understood the job easily, because he had much interest in it. He was happier because the job was music oriented, which was his interest.
After he was done with the first order, Gilbert ordered the second submission of jingle writing jobs. He was certain that the second job would have similarities with the first one. He had made this assumption because the term jingle is common in music. He had heard Christmas carols with jingle bells in its composition. He was not wrong either. The writers had written everything clearly. It was time to order the music writing jobs, which was the last order. It was delivered immediately. It was just more of what was in the first two jobs. He used the three job titles to start composing his songs. His songs were basically instrumental because he wanted to use them for relaxing tired brains.