Building Calm and Dynamic Workplace Environments Through Music

We are living through uncertain, stressful, and often frightening times. The “new normal” we kept hearing about never arrived.  It has become “inconsistent conditions accepted,” and you see it in the faces of your employees. It expresses itself through their performance at work. As a human being, it’s hard to watch those who have committed themselves to your company’s success struggle. As an employer, it’s hard to deny that those struggles have a measurable impact on your business. 

Most of us, on some level, understand that music helps us get through the day. We often put on a pair of headphones and listen to our favorite songs without thinking about it – even when we’re working. And sometimes, it’s having that song in our heads that turns good work into great work. Music can relax, comfort, and, yes, inspire us to be the best version of ourselves – at home, at the gym, and at the office. 

Musimorphic’s Founder, Bill Protzmann, has a deep understanding of and connection with the rejuvenating power of music. His journey to becoming a trained classical pianist began when he was three years old. Performing professionally for audiences, including the homeless and historically unserved youth to Veterans fighting the severe mental and physical wellness conditions of PTSD, first opened his eyes to the healing power of music. 

When Bill found himself struggling with depression and thoughts of suicide, he drew upon his knowledge of and love for music to help him heal – putting him on a new path, one that’s dedicated to helping others explore music’s transformative effects. Over the course of 30 years, Bill has helped people from all walks of life tap into the power of music, helping them leverage their favorite songs and compositions to bring peace and balance to their lives.

Musimorphic can help your employees find that same sense of wellness. Musimorphic gives individuals a deeper understanding of how the music we love can actually have tangible, positive effects on all aspects of our lives – our individual health, our relationships with others, and even our performance at work.

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