Hey there! I want to help you thrive in sales, marketing and commercial real estate! I believe in you and I believe your career can be amazing, profitable, fun and authentic to you! Eye of the Tiger is a classic and Rocky is a hero, but it is also a little played out. You need some fresh pump up songs. I believe music is such a great way to get you motivated and pumped up. Music is powerful.
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Research shows that there may be more to it than just keeping yourself occupied or even focused. In fact, studies have proven that music can make you feel more powerful, confident, and empowered. Listening to the right kind of music can put you in the right state to be successful. There are a million stressors—in the environment and within ourselves—that can make us feel overwhelmed and stressed. Music can give you the energy to get through the day, the week, and even the year. It can keep you productive at work, and it can re-energize you for when you return home to your family. Music can help you have an energized and productive work-life balance … and the research is there to back it up. This idea of contagion applies to every aspect of our lives; we see and feel stimuli around us, and we react in tandem. Think of yawning. Research by Hsu found that certain music components naturally express a sense of power, like a heavy bass or an intense guitar solo.
What do you look to when you need to get pumped up during warm-ups pregame or to lift weights? The most effective option for many athletes is to play music. Football, basketball, baseball, hockey, track and soccer—yes, even soccer—players, can harness the adrenaline rush they trigger listening to these songs to receive a physical edge during competition. This is a remake of an earlier pump-up list. First, there's the "inspirational" track.