4 Comments

  1. cvguider

    Great article! Usually when I work I listen to a favourite classical song of mine normally from artists such at Ludovico Einaudi or Fabrizio Paterlini.

    I find that playing a song on repeat helps my concentration and stamina levels go through the roof! And also gives an energy boost by affecting my state of mind e.g. if the song is more up tempo.

    So definitely co-sign what you’re saying in this article!

    • Dave

      I’m happy you hear how music has been helping you.

      And yeah, Ludovico and Paterlini are two great guys who know how to work the classical thing right. People need to listen to their songs more frequently than they are doing it.

  2. Jen

    Another reason I think musically talented students also do well in school is the discipline needed to stick with their music program transfers to the classroom. We don’t always want to study for that test or write that paper, but we know inside we need to. Also, just as music can soothe and be healing, it can also do the opposite if the wrong music is listened to which is why I as a parent am careful to pay attention to the lyrics and general subject matter of the songs being absorbed. Nice Article. Thanks.

    • Dave

      That’s true Jen,

      Listening to the wrong music can ruin your peace and harmony which sets the pace for improving yoiur brain power.

      The good thing is, you can tell easily that the music you are listening is wrong for you just by observing your moods and performance on what you are doing at the time.

      You often feel very uncomfortable that makes you naturally want to change it.

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