Friday, August 21, 2015

Stop and Smell the Guns and Roses

Stop and Smell the Guns and Roses 
How do you start your day? Most people have a routine, a norm.   You have a certain way you put on your socks and shoes every day. Either sock, sock, shoe, shoe or sock, shoe, sock, shoe. You may not even realize which routine is yours. Here at Turner Machine we have a routine as well. We start every day with a morning huddle as part of the Rockefeller Habits and we start the huddle with upbeat and inspiring music.  

We may start the day on Monday with Bob Seger’s rendition of "Blue Monday" or a Friday with "Finally Friday", by George Jones, but all music chosen is upbeat to get the creative juices flowing. “It’s amazing how music can set the tone of your day”, said Chris in Assembly, “Even Monday’s start off great at Turner Machine”. In the past we
have had one team member in charge of all the music programming. Lately we have assigned a week out out of the year to every team member so they get to choose the music to launch our day.
“It’s been awesome to see the diversity in music from the team while still getting all of us ready to start our day” said Jeff Turner in a meeting recently.“Everybody gets to bring a little of their personal favorites in music to the rest of the team”

If you are struggling with starting your day, if it’s noon before you really get your day started, change your morning routine with an upbeat and positive play list. Better yet, slap on some Guns and Roses and You will love yourself (and everyone else) for it!

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