• Russ Hornfisher

SMILES

When we smile we smell different because a smile stimulates the secretion of endorphins and serotonin which produce feelings of energy and happiness. Compared to when we frown, we do not enjoy the same neurotransmitter chemical feelings. Dogs instantly react different to a person smiling than when they are frowning, because the person smells different. Think about it.

Every day of my life, I continue to be amazed at the power of a simple smile.

People who smile live longer.

People who smile look younger

People who smile attract other people.

People who smile are fun to be with.

People who smile have lower blood pressure.

People who smile have high level of self-confidence.

People who smile have more energy.

People, who smile, are viewed by others as leaders.

People, who smile, are viewed by others as confident.

People, who smile, keep others wondering what they may be thinking.

If you can’t do anything else to make people glad they met you….at least smile, you will smell better.

JOB ONE = MAKING OTHERS GLAD THEY MET YOU

Page 300 Book “How to Treat Your Employees Like a Dog”

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