Today I am smiling a lot.
Do you know why? 🙂
Simple, I just want to cheer everyone up today including you.
I want to make you realize that smiling is infectious and it is positive.
When you realize the true benefits that everyone gains
from a smile it is surprising that more people don’t spend
more of their time sharing them! 🙂
Our smile shows others people that we are
friendly. If a stranger approached you and gained eye
contact with you and then treated you to a broad
smile you will have a fairly good idea that they
are being friendly and certainly mean you no harm.
By contrast we would find it far more difficult to
offer trust to the stranger that wears a scowl or
unfriendly face features.
A smile can make people happy.When someone treats you to a smile, even a
stranger, you usually smile back. For that moment
you enjoy a flash of positive communication
without saying a word. As you walk through a
crowed area such as a main street you can do this
hundreds times in a very short period of time.
When you smile at someone who is not already
smiling and they smile back you have brought a
moment of happiness into their lives which, who
knows, could last all day.
Smiling is infectious.When you spend a lot in the company of someone who
smiles a lot you will soon discover that their
smile starts to wear off on you. It is hard not
to return a smile; most of us do it at a
subliminal level without thinking.
Smiling can make you popular.
Which type of people do you prefer? A person that
has a tired and listless face. An expression that
may reflect their inner thoughts of boredom and
worry? Or, would you prefer someone who is always
smiling and shows that they have an enthusiastic
passion for life.
I think for the majority of us the choice would be
Smiling can help you to make new friends
In the same way few of us would choice a miserable
person for a friend. Lets face it we all want
someone who is going to be bubbly and a happy and
A smile is usually returned
When someone smiles back at you it make you feel
good inside. You have just made a short but very
positive communication and possibly the first step
in the process of getting to know or making
friends with someone new.
Smiling makes you positive and happy
When you smile it is hard to feel unhappy,
negative or sad in anyway. Smiling gives you
enthusiasm and drive, it is also habit forming.
A smile makes you look far more attractive.
You don’t see many celebrities or media
personalities that are not smiling because if you
did it is fairly certain that their popularity
would quickly start to drop!
Smiling also helps make you memorable to
Have you noticed that smiling people are usually
far more memorable than those that are not? It is
fact that you are 3 time more likely to remember
the person that is smiling over the one that is
wearing a negative or neutral features.
Most importantly, smiling is good for your
When you are smiling you find whatever you are
doing far easier. It releases stress, worry and
tension that you may have built up throughout the
day. Long term, developing the smiling habit will
be one of the smartest things that you can do to
improve most aspects of your life.
The effects of smiling can last for
Whatever problems and challenges you have in your
life, smiling temporary puts them and hold. For a
while you forget the problems and become positive,
and while you are in a positive state you have far
more potential and power to advance and improve
Lastly: Smiling is FREE!
You are never going to run short of smiles and
will always have enough to go around. When you
weigh up the positive points of smiling it is a no
brainer decision to do far more smiling and share
them with as many people as possible.