Power of a Positive Playlist Host John Chester shares the concept of music vitamins as he continues his entertaining and transformative discussion with fellow musician and VP of Retail Sales, Jeff Pinson. Most of us can easily associate a song, tune, or rhythm to a particular time in our lives. John and Jeff discuss this tangible way music continues to influence us well after the event or season, and has the power to enable both good and bad behaviors.
Jeff Pinson discusses the background of Rush’s Nobody’s Hero lyrics and symbolism, and what it meant to him then – and now. How did this tribute impact him? You’ll have to listen to find out! Does baggage come with music? Is it good or bad? Yeah. It all depends on how we’ve internalized it.
Our strengths usually exist in multiple arenas. Strengths in math, science, music, and spirituality tend to exist in the same person. W hen you embrace a design philosophy, you’ll find this connection a great business ‘architectural’ ability.
Tempo impacts heart rate.
Melody impacts hormones.
Understanding the influence of each aspect of music will help you create an intentional dose of ‘music vitamins’ that can help your brain achieve desired results. Music becomes a campaign that goes with you on a journey.
“Be cautious,” Jeff warns, “of the direction, that you want to go where it’s going.”
Listen to another inspiring episode with guest Jeff Pinson, where the topic is understanding the tunes of our lives.
Reach out to Jeff at Jeff.Pinson@hotmail.com, and find him on LinkedIn.
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