The surprising productivity benefits of piano lessons

Learning to play the piano has MANY benefits and will make you a much more productive individual!

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Finding the time to pursue any hobby can be a challenge, especially when you’re juggling a demanding career and the daily pressures of a home life. But that doesn’t mean you should give up learning a new skill or stop taking part in something you enjoy. In fact, taking up piano lessons could give your productivity a boost and help you achieve more when working.

Many people already know that simply listening to music can help you focus and concentrate in a work environment. Melodies can encourage the release of dopamine, which can give you a boost if you’re lacking motivation or feeling fatigued. Research has found that those listening to music complete tasks quicker and are more likely to come up with creative ideas. The increase in productivity was linked to music improving the overall mood and, as a result, having a positive impact on output. However, learning to play a musical instrument can give your productivity an even great boost!

Increase your ability to learn

Picking up new skills is always useful regardless of your current age or position. Taking up an instrument has a positive impact on brain connectivity and spatial intelligence and research even suggests that it can give your IQ a small boost. These benefits can make it easier for you to pick up new skills and improve your workplace productivity.

Boost your creativity

If you work in a creative industry learning to play the piano can give you another creative outlet that can benefit your career.

Creative thinking can be a positive in any career and help you plan new, effective ways of tackling problems.

Every time you practice the piano you will have to use your creative side! The great thing about learning to play the piano is that both sides of your brain gets a super workout!

Improve your concentration and multitasking abilities

Learning to play the piano requires a lot of concentration and your ability to focus will increase as you get better at playing this beautiful instrument!

Also, by playing with both hands, your multitasking abilities will skyrocket in time!

Becoming better at multitasking is a definite asset in any demanding professional career!

So, by learning to play the piano you can kill several birds with one stone!

On the one hand you will increase your IQ, become more productive and learn how to multitask better! On the other hand, you will have lots of fun whilst learning and reduce your work related stress!

You can only benefit from learning to play the piano!

Learning the piano will make you relax!

In this modern world we are often required to be switched on at all times!

We have hundreds of emails, texts and other things screaming for our attention! (Isn’t it a little ridiculous!)

One of the greatest gifts of learning to play the piano as that you will forget everything at work and discover a wonderful world of music!

You will leave your stress behind and discover the world’s best relaxation technique: “learning to play the piano!”

Now more than ever, Londoners are discovering the joys and benefit of joining a piano class!

You deserve something for you – just for you and learning to play the piano may be just what you have been looking for!

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Stefan Joubert
Stefan Joubert is the manager of the London Piano Institute. He is passionate about helping adults learn how to play the piano on Skype, FaceTime or in person. He truly believes that no one is too old or not talented enough. He is your first port of call for anything piano lessons related. You can contact him at enrol@londonpianoinstitute.co.uk
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Stefan Joubert
Stefan Joubert is the manager of the London Piano Institute. He is passionate about helping adults learn how to play the piano on Skype, FaceTime or in person. He truly believes that no one is too old or not talented enough. He is your first port of call for anything piano lessons related. You can contact him at enrol@londonpianoinstitute.co.uk

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