Students who listened to Mozart scored significantly higher than students who listened to other music or did not. Music helps increase work efficiency.
1. Bass – heavy, the pinnacle genre for confidence and energy.
According to a 2005 study in the journal Psychology of Music, songs with a strong melody can create positive emotions, which affect employees’ cognitive and creative abilities. The results of the study also showed that the group of volunteers who listened to positive songs were more likely to come up with creative solutions to problems than those who listened to neutral or negative music.
You should listen to a song with a strong, eloquent tune before a meeting or important event that requires high confidence. However, to get the best results, you should listen to music before the event or at recess and especially at the right time and in the right place.
Suggestion: The song “We will rock you” by the legendary group Queen.
2. Music without lyrics has a stable melody, bringing the sound of life to help the working tempo be more efficient.
Daily tasks, requiring you to have concentration rather than awareness and working energy. Non-verbal music brings the sound of life, with repetitive melodies, which will help support your work rhythm throughout the day. It is also suitable for increasing alertness and concentration. Research shows that employees who do not listen to this type of music have lower quality of work, working longer hours than employees who listen to music.
You should choose songs with a calm melody, not mixed with too many rhythms.
Marconi Union’s “Weightless” is considered by many to have the most pleasant melody.
3. Classical music helps reduce stress and improve mood.
Music helps you relax both physically and mentally. In particular, classical music has great benefits with psychological problems, such as helping to regulate the heart, and blood pressure; At the same time, reducing stress hormones. Stress and negative mood are the two main factors that reduce work performance.
Research shows that classical music has the ability to reduce burnout rates among nursing students, a profession that requires a high tolerance for pressure. With high-pressure jobs, classical music will help reduce stress and improve emotions; at the same time increase the ability to concentrate as well as work performance.
Beethoven’s “Fidelio Overture” is a great suggestion for you.
4. Mozart’s music helps to improve learning and memorization.
Music has the ability to affect memory areas of the brain. The University of California conducted an experiment, comparing a group of students listening to Mozart with a group listening to relaxing music or listening to nothing at all. As a result, students who were given Mozart music scored higher than students who listened to other music or did not.
When you need a pure motivation for tasks that require a lot of thought and memory, turn on the timeless music of Mozart, the world’s musical prodigy, and enjoy.
Hint: Mozart’s “Eine kleine Nachtmusik”.
5. Pop music, “energizing” for jobs related to data entry.
Research results of educational organization Mindlab show that among the volunteers participating in the study, the group exposed to pop music was able to input data 58% faster than the group without exposure. With the work of error checking, pop music is described as a great “therapy” to achieve the fastest performance and reduce the error rate by 14%.
Nothing helps you get things done faster than playing “Treasure” by Bruno Mars right away.