Painting without music is like canoeing without a paddle...it's possible, but not much happens and it ain't much fun.
On a typical worksite, seems you are likely to hear one of these types of music...
1. Heavy rotation Top 40 pop hits
2. Screamo death metal
3. Classic rock
4. Trucks-beer-'n-babes country music
Now taste is personal and variety is the spice of life, but sometimes a guy yearns to listen to something a little more authentic. A good upbeat tune is the lubricant to your work day.
If you haven't heard of them yet, you may want to check out the band Jon & Roy from Vancouver Island...
This is a guest post written by my pal Steve Bullerwell. Steve started working with me about a decade back and made a real impression with his work ethic, desire to learn and positive attitude. We became fast friends. At the outset of the Great Recession, Steve summoned all his resourcefulness and set out to work for himself. He has successfully run his own show since. As tough as things may get sometimes, I admire how Steve uses his agency to leverage time in his life for the pursuit of a passion. A passion that helps him deal with stresses of running a business and refuel his soul. I invited him write an article for MicroContractor Blog.
TO THE WATER
Whether your a Painting contractor, a Landscaping contractor, a self employed Accountant, or you're punching your timecard signalling the beginning of your shift at the local big box superstore; one thing is for certain. The office can be a cruel and unusual place to be at times...