Listening to Mozart probably won't make you smarter but music can positively influence your brain in other ways. If you listen to soothing music, for example, studies show that the body's stress levels drop due to a decrease in the stress hormone cortisol. And listening to upbeat music can increase the number of antibodies in your system which are crucial to identifying and eliminating harmful bacteria and viruses. Listening to cheerful music can distract you enough to take away your anxiety and help you perform better.
*PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR OUR PLAYLIST!*
NF - Nate Feuerstein
"Let You Down" is a song by American Christian hip hop artist and songwriter NF. It serves as the third single from his third studio album, Perception, and was released on September 14, 2017.
These Days (feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen)
Joyner Lucas, the Massachusetts-raised rapper, wanted to give a voice to the kind of trauma he’d known up close. His song “I’m Sorry” - chronicles the dark, harrowing reality of suicide.
Why can't they remember
What I'll never forget
How these dreams can come undone
When you're young
Songwriters: Brad N Arnold / Martin H Frederiksen / Christopher N Henderson / Matt N Roberts
When You're Young lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
"Midnight Rider" originated during the group's time spent at Idlewild South, a $165-a-month farmhouse they rented on a lake outside Macon, Georgia.
Looking back over Xavier Rudd's stunning career, one could easily ask what is possibly left for him to achieve. Already one of Australian music's all-time greats, he has touched people's lives worldwide.
Be vulnerable and open – So many of us live in fear of being vulnerable.
We are told early on to be smart and toughen up. Being vulnerable is a mark of strength, not weakness.
It means ignoring the voices in your head and acting on how you really feel.
Be Original! Not what you think the world wants you to be, just be yourself.
Are you always the same in how you act regardless of the situation you're in?
Think about the question.
Always see the dangers first.
Always protect your feet.
Always be ready for cold.
Always be ready for heat.
Always know where good water or source is.
Always master the skills necessary.
Always get the job done.
Always know your place.
Always disallow foolishness.
Always rest whenever you can.
'In considering people’s motivations for hurting themselves, it is essential to recognize that most people are driven by a flash flood of strong emotions, not rational thoughts in which the pros and cons are evaluated critically.'
- Brian Nadon