Friday - On the Lighter Side - The Energy Central Team's 'Must Play Loud' Music Playlist
- Apr 3, 2020 12:53 am GMT
Times are no doubt very stressful. Many of us are working from our homes and have been doing so for more than a couple of weeks. Our email boxes, news articles, and social media are flooded with anxiety-inducing updates around the COVID-19 virus and its impact not only on our health but on the economy. So to lighten the mood, The Energy Central team decided to take to our company "Beyond the 9 to 5" themed Slack channel to share some fun questions that would serve to not only help us learn a little bit about each other, but to also help us take our minds off of the uncertainty and what's happening outside our home. Yesterday, the theme of the day was:
Name one or two songs that come to mind that you have to turn the volume up when they come on the radio.
What resulted was an eclectic playlist that created some fun discussions, a little laughter, new discoveries, and connections among our team. We all had so much fun sharing, we thought why not include the Energy Central Community too! So here's the playlist of The Energy Central Team's 'Must Play Loud' Music Playlist:
While you are working from home, many of you probably choose to listen to your favorite music, maybe louder than you were previously able to do so while confined to an office setting. So join in on the fun: we'd love you to share, in the comments section, one or two songs that would be your contribution to the 'Must Play Loud' playlist!
Moving forward, while our core focus for the Energy Central Communities is sharing what is happening in the industry, we thought it might be okay during these uncertain times to once per week take a step back and connect the community in a completely different and fun way. So, with that here is our first "Friday - On The Lighter Side" Community Post-- we hope you enjoy, relax, and are able to keep looking on the brighter side of life despite the chaos around us!
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