What is it about music that makes us want to get up and dance around? How does music take something that’s boring and make it fun and exciting? Why does the wrong music ruin a scene in a movie? I was thinking about all this when I stumbled upon an article about how music affects our emotions. The power of music to affect us is a key ingredient to my conference energizers, which in fact are singing energizers…
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Music Affects Your Mood

Certain aromas and smells can take us back to a moment we experienced years ago – The scent of fall leaves in the air takes me right back to the front yard of the house I grew up in. Almost forgotten memories come rushing back as if I was just there. Music has that same visceral power. A song you associate with high school can make you think of an old friend, maybe even make you remember what they wore on your first date together. I couldn’t imagine watching this well-known video without the music as a powerful driver of the visuals and narrative.

Use Singing Energizers to Get Your Group Moving!

If music can evoke memories and shoot you into the past, then music can also help you imagine the future. The right soundtrack can bring you to a place in which you feel ready for change, energized and excited. Music is a powerful way to break through barriers. Music helps us all get to an emotional place in which we’re comfortable expressing who we are and what we may be dreaming about. The singing energizers my company facilitates do all of the above, and in a simple and accessible way. We provide corporate team building activities that harness the power of music. You create your organizational soundtrack. You tell your story through song, harnessing powerful energy to get your team ready for your next big thing!

About Billy Kirsch

Billy is a Grammy & Emmy nominated, CMA & ACM award winning songwriter with numerous Top 10 hits to his credit. His team building programs and keynote speaking presentations help people tap into their creative abilities to become more innovative and engaged in their work. Clients include Fortune 100 companies and organizations throughout the world.