It's Game Time!
I hope you guys have a weekend blast for both work and leisure. I hope that you've enjoyed your weekend, and right now it's back again to work mode. I was having one of my most memorable weekends in the past two days where me, my sister and friends are having an adventure of a lifetime. To cut the long story short, we visited historical structures, hiking to the mountain peak, swimming with the whale sharks, and swimming again in the enchanted falls and so on. It was really worth for me, because it makes me relieved from my online tasks. It makes me feel energized and pumped once again to continue what I have to do in order to be productive once and for all.
Speaking of being productive, one of the reasons is that I am doing something different. It is something that makes me keep going in order to stay on track and become a productive freelancer once and for all. I don't know about you guys, but have you heard about Brian Tracy's Eat That Frog book? For me, that book really helped me increase my own production by simply prioritizing tasks that are big and important to me. But aside from that, one of the things that makes me a productive freelancer is simply no other than listening to music.
But why music?
Of course, music is something that you need to consider while you are working. I don't really know how to explain this on my own, but I think it's something that fuels us in doing the things we want in life. I have seen some people are already starting to play music while working out at a gym, studying lessons at home, relaxing outside and so on. Music can be used in most sorts of life, and it comes with different genres. I have to be honest with you guys that my favorite genre back then was hardcore and metal rock. The era of Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Korn and so on. After that, I switched to R & B where those types of songs are on the rise. But right now, I am listening to Christian and Gospel songs in which I feel that I'm closer to God every time that I am doing something for myself and for my family. Ok without further ado, I would like to share my experience now about playing music while I'm doing freelance work for good.
The moment when I started playing music.....
When I was still young, I am not really a fan of music once and for all. During that time, I was playing computer games and I was so addicted into it. But at the time that there's one stage of the game that I've played, the background music seem to attract me. I was researching on the internet about the game soundtracks in order to be downloaded and played on my computer. I would not disclose that name of the music, but that music is where it all started when I feel in love in listening to it.
I was in high school back then, until now I still love to play music. When I am doing my own freelance work, I feel bored when no music was heard. I listen into any kinds of music genre from R & B, jazz, Christian and Gospel songs and so many others. The thing is that music keeps me get back on track when I am lost on something. So I would not start my work without playing my music playlist first. This is why I love playing music while I am doing freelance work.
But what about you guys? Have you tried this on your own already? If you haven't tried working with music yet, you should try it. But I would suggest that you should not go on the music that was pretty destructive like the hardcore ones. Instead, you can go for R & B, mellow, jazz, Christian and Gospel songs and so on. For me, Gospel and Christian songs are my first choice, because it makes me feel that God is in my presence when I am working as an online freelancer. I feel that He guides me to do whatever it takes to finish all the tasks that I need. This is my own experience though, but I think you have your own as well. If you have any experience in playing music while you work on your stuff, kindly reply here below.