Ep #112: How Music Can Supercharge Your Productivity (and Results) with Barry Goldstein

In this episode of The Richard Robbins Show, I sit down with Grammy award-winning musician, Barry Goldstein, whose expansive musical genius has brought him to the forefront of using music as medicine to heal the body and the mind.

Barry has literally written the manual for utilizing music beyond art and entertainment. In his book, The Secret Language of the Heart, his focus is on how to transform your life with the power of music. 

Using the heart as an internal metronome, you can control your state and influence your body during moments in the day. Barry believes you can navigate your mood throughout the day by installing certain curated playlists into your day-to-day living. 

Barry also touched on the importance of choosing the right type of music in your online videos to accurately reflect your purpose. These musical signatures help viewers connect with the source material better when the music matches your intention.

As a special treat, Barry will take listeners on a live, meditative journey towards the end of my interview with him. This is just a taste of what he offers with his services and something I will be experimenting with in the coming weeks!

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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode

  • How to harmonize your body using the power of music to transform your physical state
  • How to unleash the power of music beyond art and entertainment
  • How your choice of music in your social media videos affect your customers perspective
  • How music amplifies emotions and empowers expression
  • Why you must create 1 to 4 curated playlists for different moments in your day
  • Barry’s 5-minute musical retreat to elevate your mood
  • How to tune into your emotional intelligence
  • Musical nourishment and why practicing this could change your life

Ideas Worth Sharing

Be the DJ of your life. Click To Tweet Music affects us not just emotionally and mentally and even spiritually, but it also affects us on a physical basis. This gives us the ability to target certain states. Click To Tweet Sometimes using the wrong music can be harming to you. If you’re looking to create inspiration but the piece of music you’re using in a video feels sad, then you’re not taking your potential clients where they want to go Click To Tweet

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