Soundtrack to Success – Week of 1.3.11

7 01 2011

Isn’t it funny how overwhelming Monday can be, setting the tone for the whole week? Then, Friday proves to be a breath of fresh air. Music motivates and inspires me to accomplish more and more each week. Thinking about this, I’d like to share with you my soundtrack to this week’s success – here’s the top 5:

Okay, okay. So my tastes may be a little eccentric (or at least, the mix..). I love music – from hard rock to country, classical to pop, it gets me going!!

What’s your soundtrack to success?




5 responses

7 01 2011

Aretha Franklin-Respect
Pink-Stupid Girl
Van Halen-Jump
Michael Jackson-Man in the Mirror

This list has infinite possibilities, but yet these are the songs that came to mind: songs of empowerment, self-reflection, and getting pumped up!

8 01 2011
Kirk Baumann

Oooooh, good ones! I love Van Halen’s “Jump”. It’s one of those awesome 80’s synthesizer songs that takes you back in time. Those were the days….

I think I’m going to make this a weekly feature on my blog. It’s fun, easy to do, and with over 10,000 songs on my iPod, I can guarantee it will be entertaining! 🙂 Thanks for the comment, Vicki.

11 01 2011
Mary Guccione

For me, it would have to be The Scorpions, Black Eyed Peas, John Legend, Meatloaf, Michael Buble, Adele and Kings of Leon.

11 01 2011
Kirk Baumann

Mary – great music choices! I love the mix of 80’s hair bands, mellow pop, and a little contemporary R&B mixed in. All are on my iPod. 🙂 Nice!

16 01 2011
Soundtrack to Success – Week of 1.10.11 « Campus To Career

[…] Last week, I started something new on Campus to Career called Soundtrack to Success. I’m quite often inspired by music and wanted to share with you. With a few thousand songs and artists on my iPod, I hit the shuffle button and let the machine work its magic.  Here’s this week’s soundtrack that got me pumped, inspired me, and helped make a very busy week a little easier to navigate.  Here’s my warning: the songs may not have anything to do with success, the job search or even relate to each other: […]

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