For us, music is a complement to our workplace, just as it might be if you work on a painting crew and you’re listening to music all throughout the day while you’re doing a job,” he says. “For those of us who live and work in the operating room on a daily basis, that is our home away from home.
Japanese and Koreans work long hours. They get very little time off, including weekends. Their lives are stressful and they need a good way to fight that stress. That’s where karaoke comes in.
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Sounds of Superior Productivity — In our fast-paced society, everyone wishes for the same thing: productivity. We want to see ourselves accomplish more tasks in less time at a higher quality. While we have access to many tools that promote productivity, such as smartphones and productivity apps, there’s one long-time productivity tool we’re failing to use.
Angel In the Wings —Performing Arts Program enables people with autism and other developmental disabilities to find creative fulfillment and personal growth
A study led by Canadian psychologist E. Glenn Schellenberg of University of Toronto-Mississauga confirmed that making music improves behavior in children.