My Top 3 Playlists for Workplace Productivity
письмо арендатору образец I work in a standard corporate environment: lots of cubicles and offices, lots of people and, therefore, lots of background noise. I’m sure most of you can relate to that.
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click My productivity, at least, does not increase unless I listen to appropriate tunes that get my juices flowin’.
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основные направления буддизма For whatever reason, when I’m putting together all the elements of an upcoming integrated marketing campaign, I need a relatively chilled vibe to get things done. The best music I’ve found for this has been instrumental soundtracks. I pulled together a playlist of my favorites for this purpose, featuring music from The Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Somewhere in Time, Band of Brothers, Apollo 13, The Patriot and others. Judge not the movies/shows themselves; enjoy only the instrumental fabulousness of the music behind them.
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I’ve always been a huge fan of pre-1980s music, and that’s not limited to standard 50s and 60s pop (though I love that immensely!). Though I love 1940s swing music, jazz tunes from the 1920s and 1930s, and others, this Delta blues playlist has emerged as my favorite for knocking out my non-coding, non-campaign-development tasks, of which there are quite a few. Take a listen and see if your head doesn’t start bobbing to the beat.