Music can be a tool in a variety of ways. Most people don’t really think about music in that way, but think about it. It can completely change our mood and energy in any given moment. There’s a reason why girls jam out to Taylor Swift with a bowl of ice cream when they’re going through a breakup. Or, every time you see pre-game video of any major sporting event athletes have head phones in trying to get “in the zone” for the big game.
Music is freaking powerful and should be in everyone’s tool box to help them get into their flow state. If you don’t know what flow state is you can check out a previous blog post about it by clicking here. Finding the right music is important. Everyone’s taste is different, but music also produces different moods. The key is to find the right type of music for the activity you’re working on.
It may take some experimenting, but the results can be amazing. It will help you get locked in, focused on the task at hand. Before you know it, hours will have flown by. And, it was an enjoyable experience! The rad thing is, music can be a tool for accomplishing things you love and things you’re not very excited about. I remember dreading having to write papers in college. After waiting until the last minute, I would throw those headphones on and get in the freaking zone. Before I knew it the paper was written, and I actually enjoyed the process.
If you’ve never experienced music as a tool to help you get locked in, you definitely need to try it out. If you have, see if you can find new ways to utilize it. It’s freakin’ powerful!
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