The (Super) Powers of Music

Discover what the power of music can do for your business

Music is an incredible thing…Yes, yes, yes, everyone already knows the spiel: background music can do wonders for your business. It sets the mood, creates an identification, attracts the right type of customers, etc…

That’s Not All, Folks!!!

Music has got extra super powers.


Music will not only help your business thrive, it can help you live a better life. Whether it’s about feeling great, being more productive, healing, learning, or even falling in love, recent discoveries acknowledge the important of role of music in our lives.

Recently, I stumbled upon a few interesting reads, which I complied for this post.

Just a few examples of music’s super powers and what they can do for you.

If you can take the time to listen.

The Power of Wellbeing

“The brain is very complicated — and there are many elements involved in feelings of pleasure — but it’s unsurprising that research suggests dopamine release is linked with feelings of pleasure induced by music.”

Read more about music and wellbeing

The Power of Productivity

“With so much of our work now being done at computers, music has become an important way to optimize the boring.”

Read more about music and productivity

The Power of Healing

“Regardless of the different ages, the music will touch people in different ways. Music affects us. I think you will leave the event feeling good.”

Read more about music and healing

The Power of Learning

“The effect of music training suggests that, akin to physical exercise and its impact on body fitness, music is a resource that tones the brain for auditory fitness and thus requires society to re-examine the role of music in shaping individual development.”

Read more about music and learning

The Power of Love

“Music creates intimacy between mates and helps you feel like you’re falling in love.”

Read more about music and love

These are only a few of the many examples of music’s powers. The right music can also make you cry of joy, remember repressed feelings or dance like a mad person in front of your co-workers at the company’s Christmas party.

Music is amazing.

Indubitably, the time has come to harness it’s super powers.

But will you listen?

Stephane Rodriguez

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