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December 23, 2010 Leave a comment

Smile ! It’s the secret to charisma.If you have a good charisma, you already know what a powerful weapon is a warm smile.People smile when they like something, when something makes them feel better, etc. ( Remember what you can do with a smile.A simple smile could make others think that they have something special )

Smiling also releases endorphins which calm you and make you happier, according to several studies.

The best SMILE !

A smile has to be sincere and the eyes have to smile too ( wrinkles around eyes ).Look in the mirror and look at your eyes when you smile to see what I’m talking about, the secret of a perfect smile is behind out eyes.Practice your smile a little using a mirror, until you find a sincere warm smile.After that you can go out and smile to others and achieve positive feed back.Of course smiling like a clown every time when you’re with someone makes you look awkward, so control your smile.The point is not to smile to get others to see you smiling, but to smile to make yourself feel better.Try smiling even when you don’t have anything to smile about just have a good time by yourself.A simple act like that can take you only 1 second, and change your mood.If you smile and have a positive attitudinal you can change others moods, because moods are contagious.

Notice the following facts about smiling:

  • 72% of people think of those who smile frequently as being more confident and successful.
  • 86% of people say that they are more likely to strike up conversations with strangers if they are smiling.
  • Bosses are 12% more likely to promote people who smile a lot.
  • Research shows that 65% of communication is non-verbal (many claim an even higher percentage).
  • Non-verbal communication comprises facial expressions, eye movement, gestures, posture, and all other bodily signs—primarily facial expressions.
  • The effects of a smile are so powerful that even a smile on the telephone produces positive results.
  • When someone comes into a room, people are automatically drawn to their face, and a smile provides a warm greeting.
  • Studies show that happiness is a by-product of smiling, not the other way around as most people assume.
  • Research shows that when two people in conversation use the same kind of body movements and gestures (such as smiling),

    they will experience greater empathy for each other, which they may not even consciously notice.

There is a saying that goes like this “I have never seen a smiling face that is not beautiful”.

The following are a few points on why you should do the same, and share your smile with others:

  1. A picture is worth a thousand words. So also does a smile convey more emotion than words can.
  2. Smiling makes others feel welcome, special and appreciated.
  3. You can brighten up someone’s day.
  4. A smile has the power of melting away insecurities and troubles people may have.
intended emotion word phrase
Happy (SS) attention mom, you’re not paying attention
Sad attention Pay attention
Neutral attention And I should have paid attention to the…
Neutral attention And I should have paid attention to the…
Sad ask You can ask for help
Neutral ask If I ask you questions
Happy (SS) sad That makes me sad
Sad sad I’d be very, I’d be very sad
Neutral sad happy and sad
Happy (SS) oh Oh, Happy Day!
Happy (SS) oh Oh, Happy Day!
Sad so So, I would miss that very much
Neutral so and so, something that make me feel sad
Happy (LS) going gotta video tape going <laugh>
Sad going Like when somebody’s going to leave you
Neutral going think we’re not going to get any real emotion
Happy (LS) know You know <laugh>
Sad know you know it
Happy (LS) thing Do such a thing <laugh>
Sad think You think
Neutral think I think so too
Happy (LS) don’t Don’t go east
Sad don’t Pay attention don’t
Neutral don’t don’t forgive
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