If I'm doing something that requires a lot of concentration, I turn off the speakers. I find that I enter too much into the music to divide my concentration. Joseph - I love it but there are a few exceptions there. It depends on the complexity of whatever I'm doing company employee list at the time, if I'm chatting and having multiple conversations I'll keep it on pause to focus. Adam - often, but not always. If I'm having a chat conversation the chunks cut out, or if I'm working on some tricky troubleshooting, I'll pause the chunks to better focus on the task at hand. David e - no.
Responding to chats and emails takes a lot of concentration and circling through the various member sites, where many have autoplay enabled, is just not feasible for me. Desi - I usually do this because I need background noise. If I don't have music, I have the tv on. Dave cool - most of the time yes. I use it either to help me relax if it's a hectic day/I've had company employee list too much coffee or to get in shape if I'm feeling sluggish/not having enough coffee. Basically, it depends on my coffee consumption. Colin - almost always. I like it and it usually helps me concentrate. Dave s - yes, I listen to music most of the time, no matter what I'm doing. But quite often.
when I get into something complicated, I have to pause to focus. Daniel - usually, yes. It sets the tempo and mood for my day, and it's also just plain enjoyable. company employee list Eli - I usually don't listen to music while working, mainly because I forget to turn it on! Sometimes cbc radio mumbles in the background. Josh - I practically listen to music all day because I find it helps me stay focused. Jorge - no, I don't. I prefer silence to concentrate. I've tried in the past when I was working in a place that wasn't as quiet as my current home.