Just about everyone dreams of making that big splash, that big score or that big impression that catapults themselves into fame, stardom, renown and/or lots of money.  Just ask the thousands who waited for days at each of the audition sites for a chance to sing for 20 seconds in front of the American Idol judges. 

The factors that drive people to pursue such dreams undoubtedly vary from individual to individual, but one commonality stands out—each of them is willing to sacrifice something and to risk rejection and humiliation (does anyone really relish the thought of being publically dissected and embarrassed by Simon Cowell?) in order to reach that pinnacle.  

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