Sometimes it’s the Monday blues but other times, it’s just the lack of motivation to get through the day in the office. Whatever the underlying reason might be, we cannot let episodes of unproductivity in the workplace foster.
If you’re feeling down and need a boost at work, listening to music might just be what you need. After all, it had been scientifically proven that music contributes greatly to the efficiency of employees.
According to a research led by Mindlab International, listening to music helps 90 percent of the respondents perform better and helps 88 percent produce more accurate work.
Not only does music bring that gusto at work; it also facilitates in improving one’s mental and emotional health. As Dr. Davis Lewis of Mindland says, “… music is a very powerful management tool if you want to increase not only the efficiency of your workforce but also their mental state, their emotional state – they’re going to become more positive about the work.”
So the next time you feel the need for a push to finish a task, try listening to any of these types of music.
- Classical music – From Beethoven’s Fur Elise to Mozart’s Symphony No. 40, relaxing classical pieces help one to focus on the task at hand.
- Video game music – The lack of lyrics and the climactic portions will definitely give you a boost and help you concentrate more on what you’re doing.
- Cinematic music – Cinematic tunes have highs and lows and the alternate of intensity and softness in it creates an empowering energy that motivates you to work. Try it!
- Natural sounds – Conceal the noise of co-workers chitchatting or the pounding keyboards with sounds of nature. You might be surprised how productive you’ll become when you listen to the waves crashing or the rain falling on loop.
- Your favourite song – Of course, nothing can beat the energy that your most-loved beats will provide. If you’re rushing a deadline, blast your earphones with your favourite tune!
Do you have other music genres to recommend?
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