Month: October 2020
So you’ve finally sat down and committed yourself to finishing that website you’ve always wanted to build. It’s a tedious process, we know that. But there is definitely something you can do to help ease the pain of the monotony of building a website, especially if you are doing something as easy as a Rank And Rent website.
And that is infusing your hardcore website building session with the joys of listening to music.
You don’t really need your ears while building a website. And a lot of the time you don’t need that much mental capacity either. Listening to music and performing a task at the same time won’t hurt the quality of work that you are doing. Quite the opposite in fact.
Listening to music can actually elevate your mood which means you can become even more productive.
So why not strap on a set of high quality noise cancelling headphones and listen to music you truly enjoy while building a website of your dreams?
Studies have shown that when listening to music, the perceived amount of time you use doing a chore you don’t really love, including Rank & Renting a website actually feels like a lot less.
It’s because you can lose yourself in the music and forget time. The tasks you are doing while enjoying soothing sounds of your favorite artists actually come with ease. And before you know it, you’ll be done!
Here are a few of my favorite albums to listen to while I am working on my Rank & Rent Websites.
Alice In Chains – Jar Of Flies
A super laid back acoustic album with killer rock tones.
Porcupine Tree – Deadwing
While this is a bit edgier, it’s still has enough softside to not distract you from the job at hand.
Vertical Horizon – Everything You Want
More than enough laid back soft rock tunes to keep you going for miles and miles.
Tonic – Lemon Parade
Very similar to the album above, with great rock tunes at a slow pace.
Internet & Streaming Radio
Just tune to the station to suit your best working mood and off you go!
I build a lot of websites at RankAndRent.club and listening to the right music while working with a high level of focus has been a huge help to me. I’ve been able to crank out hundreds of website builds all while catching up on my favorite types of music.
Of course I have a musician background, so the appeal of music to me might be greater than others. However, it’s quite likely that you have your own favorite music to listen to and if you do repetitive work such as website building than listening to music might just be the thing to help get you through those menial jobs.
I love music and I love building websites. So combining the wo just seems to go hand in hand.