Need motivation heading into work? Listen to a WWE Superstar’s Theme Song

I know I know…I’ve read 100 of Productivity Hacks and Blogs etc. Have any suggested listening to a pro wrestlers theme song walking into work? Even if you aren’t a fan of wrestling – try it! Theme songs for pro wrestlers are designed for the most part to be a vehicle for high energy and hype. When is that ever not a good thing going into work?? Here are my top 6 songs to consider listening to walking into work like a WWE Superstar. (Note: All current songs are produced by CFO$ and distributed by WWE music & songs as YouTube links are attached below each mention)

6. Phenomenal – AJ Styles

The mantra of “they don’t want none” echoes through this hip hop ballad, as you attack the day and any detractors (not physically) to make your day a sour one.

5. Glorious Domination – Bobby Roode

He is glorious! This song speaks for itself – with the choir-Esque bellow of the word Glorious in your earbuds, and repetition of not giving in and being victorious will have you winning the day.

4. The Rising Sun – Shinsuke Nakamura

This one has a violin track in the spirit of Lindsey Stirling with a Japanese flair. It is the most difference in terms of sound, but still, has some great pacing and sound drops to get you hyped for the day.

3. Celtic Invasion – Becky Lynch

Unsurprisingly, this is a rock anthem laced with Irish flair echoes rifts by the Dropkick Murphy’s. A high energy track that helps you seize the day.

2. Sky’s The Limit – Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks, a cousin of Snoop Dogg, has a song with all the makings of a victorious day. Her character channels being “The Boss” of her division, and this song channels that energy.

10.  Ten – Tye Dillinger

The Perfect 10 himself offers a song that has great builds to a catchy rhythm that empowers anyone to walk into any building and own the place.

Hope you enjoyed this list? Do you have particular music you listen to, that gets you hyped and motivated for the day? Even not a work day? Which song was your favorite?

Catch you all next time!

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Cognitive Dissonance: Net Neutrality

There are dozens of critical issues facing our country everyday. Many of these issues of course do not affect us directly, or will not affect us right away so we ignore it. Which in some cases you could argue, is a way to deal with it.

Net Neutrality simply put is a principle that says Internet service providers should treat all traffic on their networks equally. That means major companies like AT&T, Verizon, and Spectrum should not block or slow down access to any website or content on the Web – for instance, to benefit their own services over those of competitors.

Let’s put this into a real life scenario.

You watch Stranger Things & Narcos on Netflix, play video games with your brother who lives across the country, rent the latest movies digitally, and catch up on the latest episodes of your favorite shows through Hulu. Your Internet provider charges you a $5 fee for each streaming service or Internet based service you use. In this case they charge you ana additional $20 a month for the services you already pay for, but not your Internet provider. That’s $240 a month that your Internet provider pockets.

Scary? That stinks? You bet it does. This could happen if current Net Neutrality rules are scrapped.

I won’t bore you with specifics, but unsurprisingly, large telecom companies like AT&T, Verizon, et. al contribute heavily to members of Congress. Would these memebers of Congress be for, or against the killing Net Neutrality? They say, “Kill it!”

At the end of the day I get it. We all have our own problems we have to deal with on a daily, weekly, and so on basis. The problem with Net Neutrality though, is once these rules are reversed it then becomes a problem that will directly affect you and there is nothing you can do about it.

So please…please…call your Senators and urge them to not let this happen.

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