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Can musical training make someone more successful?

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Started: 1/13/2016 Category: Music
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Musical training can make one become for successful. From becoming a musical celebrity to learning a new language, there's so much you can do to become more successful following the path of musical training. If you play an instrument, you know that there are musical notes to read to play a song and to learn and become better. When reading musical notes and understanding what each note means, doctors say that your brain is becoming more educated and bright. When you look at those symbols on the page of music, you're almost reading another language, a language that you can express using the guitar, piano, violin, etc. Absolutely, musical training can help make one become more successful.
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Definitions: Successful- Having gotten the correct or desired result; Having gotten or achieved wealth, fame, or respect
Language- the system of words or signs that people use to express thoughts and feelings to each other
Music can make you successful IF you decide to go into the musical arts field. Learning music will have very little gain if the person wants to go into business as their career choice. Science as the career choice and math as the career choice both will have virtually no gain from learning music. Though I do believe that music is good to learn, as it can be interpreted as learning to read another language, it doesn't benefit every person for every field in life.

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