In this episode of Power of Positive Playlist, host John Chester talks with Paul Russo, host of Uncommon Sense in Local Business, about success principles in music.
John is a board-certified music therapist with 26 years of experience in psychology. Music choices influence us socially and economically per John. Music is a different recipe for each person. They choose what influences them most, and then that influence impresses upon them psychologically.
John says music can rewire your brain. As neural pathways get damaged, music can help the brain create new neural pathways and heal. Music increases the heart rate. It can also help with depression depending on the choice of music, but it can also create harm if listening to music that exacerbates a negative situation. People are looking for empathy, especially during hard times, and music can provide that empathy.
John creates positive playlists for individuals and for businesses. He spends time with each person to find out what they like, how much new music they are interested in, understand their goals, and what they expect from their music. John uses a free music awareness tracker at www.Ivorchester.com. You can fill out a form and it gives you a baseline. John says that once the form is completed, he will get back with you to help you use music to reach your goals.
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