Play Outside The Cubicle

Some people believe team building has to be studious to get results. But, we ask you, when you were in school did you learn more about building a strong team in math class or in gym? Which did you look forward to more - history or recess? And what did you do in gym and in recess? You played! Play connects people making them more passionate about working together towards common goals.

So, the next time someone tells you to get serious, laugh! The whole office will laugh with you and your company will laugh all the way to the bank because play gets results!

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Groups Large and Small, Far and Wide

Anyone who believes small isn't important should keep Neil Armstrong's words, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" in mind. Little things make big things happen, which is why all our groups, big or small are important to us.

The experience we gained from putting on countless activities for smaller groups led us to land the largest team building-at-sea in history for a corporate group of 2,500. So, whether you have 10 or 10,000 participants, we promise your group will have a blast. And, like Neil Armstrong, we'd be over the moon to travel anywhere you'd like (without all of those noxious gasses).

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Wild Harry Rules To Live By

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  • If you have a wild hair don’t tame it, unleash it!
  • Carrots are good for you, but chocolate is good for your soul. Exception: chocolate bunnies - they’re just wrong!
  • To avoid hair-raising experiences, over prepare.
  • When in doubt, just take the next small hop.
  • Develop a 24-carrot heart of gold by helping those in need. It will give you a warm fuzzy feeling.
  • Don’t cotton to taking yourself too seriously, nobody else does!
  • Close your ears to what other people think of you – it’s none of your business.
  • Don’t turn tail if you lose, or you’ll lose the lesson.
  • Sink your teeth into life.
  • Life isn’t a race. As my friend Tortoise taught me, if you slow down and enjoy yourself along the way, you may even come out ahead.
  • If you get thumping mad, don’t burrow in – agree to disagree.