A little spark of kindness can put a colossal burst of sunshine into someone’s day. But, it’s a fast-paced, driven and hectic kinda world we live in today. And, no one has the time to make connections with people around them.
With the BYJU’S Kindness Challenge, let’s start a #kindnessfirst revolution
Kindness is contagious, we can demonstrate it in the simplest of ways. Making mindful changes in our lives, encouraging people around us to be kind, generous and empathetic to other humans and nature are good ways to begin small and create a positive shift.
Play the BYJU’S Kindness Game and know where you stand on the ‘Kindness Meter’
We hope you had fun taking the quiz. Here are the results based on your scores!
It’s time we start a kindness movement
Here’s a quick challenge for you all!
Pick any act of kindness and do something nice for someone today. Post it on Instagram and tag your friends to pass on the joy using #BYJUitesPayItForward. Don’t forget to tag @lifeatbyjus.
A PR-professional-turned-Storyweaver, Disha loves people, conversations and all things extra. Anything to do with creating amazing experiences for employees and raising the coolness factor of the workplace - she's up for it! Other than running the show for Life At BYJU'S, Disha is a massive Bollywood fan, doggo videos addict and the biggest Ranveer Singh fan ever. Do reach out to her at [email protected], if you have ideas and thoughts to add fun quotient in your workplace. She would love to drive them for you
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