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The Housie and Ludo Fun at Office
- July 5, 2017
“Some 80% of your life is spent working. You want to have fun at home; why shouldn’t you have fun at work? – Richard Branson”
It’s Okay and it’s alright to become a kid. Well, there are times we as a parent play with our kids, there are times the games are such which lead into the nostalgia of our childhood days, and at times we long live those days that have gone by.
This is the hard truth that we do long live that life once a while but time and work have surrounded us so well that we hardly think of playing and living such a life.
But here at Techno Infonet, we make it a point to bring our employees into the nostalgia of living those days or play such games that rewind our memories. Well, on 24th June, there arrived such a Saturday, where we all remembered our childhood days. Our HR planned to drive us down to our childhood days with the hot favorite games like Ludo, Housie, and Musical Chair, the most loved games of the kids. The Technorians enthusiastically played all these games. It really held our nervous tight when we played Ludo, a spirit of winning and defeating the opponent was raised at the time of play. Not only in Ludo, we also had a thrilling experience while playing Housie, where most of us want that lucky number to be announced to become the winner. Musical Chair was such a game where everyone trid to grab their seat as soon as the music stopped. This really made us aware of there’s still a kiddish and chiledish oprtion left in us, we just need a push!
Indeed, the evening was a memorable one. We selfied and clicked some memorable moments which became a lifelong memory.
“Where people aren’t having any fun, they seldom produce good work. – David Ogilvy”