Merriam-Webster defines Theme Song:
Inspired individuals adopt personal theme songs for life. There are lists online for the most popular theme songs for television shows and movies. Ally McBeal fans may recall John Cage aka The Biscuit’s birthday present – his theme song, “My First My Last My Everything” sung by Barry White.
Given my business logo is a bee; “Flight of the Bumblebee” is in keeping with the theme.
Playlists are developed for multiple reasons: meditation, exercise, special events such as weddings, and also the workplace. Fist-pumping, toe-tapping, car-dancing songs can spark creativity and energize the workday. Past tunes on my list of favs are: “Firework” by Katy Perry, “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten, and “Happy” by Pharrell Williams.
While it’s always an option to “whistle while you work,” Billboard published this list of 10 Songs About Work.
While my all-time favorite song is “To Be Real” by Cheryl Lynn, #disco, my favorite motivational song this moment is actually a combination of songs from “The Greatest Showman” particularly “Come Alive,” with its uplifting and positive message about embracing your talents, taking your vision to reality, and thriving – the essence of entrepreneurship!