The Power of Music with John Chester

The Power of Music with John Chester

In this episode, I’m back with Season 1 guest John Chester, and again we talk about the power of music and having a positive playlist. Ever wish you could somehow use all that music knowledge you’ve got in your head to somehow help the issues within your head? John believes this is a real possibility. The power of music is well known to those of us who love it and know of its quality to adapt our emotions for good or harm.

Listening to music for entertainment is normal, listening for motivation is productive, listening to enable a bad habit like fear and inactivity is harmful.

Most people don’t know all that music they’ve been listening to over the years is now a type of companion that travels with them to work, home, or vacations. It influences their choices, their hopes, their goals and the people in their social circle.

Check John out using any of the methods listed below.
John Chester: Ivor Chester
Previous Episode: The Power of a Positive Playlist with John Chester
Podcast: Power of a Positive Playlist Podcast
Book: Itty Bitty Book of Positive Playlists
Instagram: @ivorchester
Twitter: @ivorchester3
YouTube: @ivorchester8465
Phone: 214-606-8625

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I guess you can take the girl out of Texas but you can't take Texas out of the girl. I was born here in Dallas and moved away at age 8. After 30 years of moving around the United States, as a child with the family and as an adult without them, I finally found myself back in Dallas. Since I returned in 2001 I have sold furniture for Crate&Barrel and Real Estate with Keller Williams. It is my hope to share with you what I love, question, and find interesting here in DFW.

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