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Tuesday 14 April 2009

Your smile reflects my happiness

We’ve just finished the direct election. Great result, unpredictable them all. The impact of this public party is so much surprising, especially if we take a look to the case of the direct election mental disorder.

Seeing the fact that they are not intended enough by the public, even close around their area, some of ashamed legislative candidate was starting to release their mask, showing who they actually are! Any kinds of cases are announced, starting from those who have mental disorder coming to mental rehabilitation, those who ask the public to reimburse the material things, till ones who finally take a very deep breath in peace, leaving this world forever.

Well, listeners. Those things shouldn’t have happened, only if they had owned ability and power to explore sincerity, to always put a very sweet smile in their face, even when noticing they are not elected by the public. The cases I’ve just mentioned happen, some of the factors are because they may be actually not ready yet to face a very tight competition, as well as they didn’t learn about sincerity when accepting the fact they must be a loser. We do really wish they had the power, so now we still can see them smile.

A smiling, Like the power of electricity, your smile is full of electric energy. Sending warm currents of joy everywhere it's released. The Power Smile will show you how to influence the world and take back your future.

It's in your smile…
The depth of what kind of person you are is in your smile. If we could ask Leonardo Da Vinci about the magic of the Mona Lisa he'd probably never tell, but the secret is… it's in her smile. There trapped underneath the skin and locked in the muscle is a secret that's been hidden for generations inside that little smile of yours. So if you have a minute, I'd like to introduce you to my little friend that is more influential than a dozen Mona Lisa's in all the museums in the world.

How the smile influences…
These days, everybody's talking about influence from Dr. Robert Cialdini, who wrote the book "Influence" to my friend Dave Lakhani author of "Persuasion". But the way you influence the world, your life, and your entire future are all rolled up and hidden inside that smile of yours. All of your joy, all of your happiness, and every bit of your enthusiasm can be unleashed at your own will. You have so much control over where you're going and how fast you'll get there, you might be surprised.

Get your smiling benefits…
So what are the benefits of the Power smile? There are many, but one major influential benefit is that you can change and alter your emotional state. That's right you can influence how happy you are. Everywhere I speak to audiences they're impressed to know they control the ---Happy Meter--- inside of themselves. Soon you'll be practicing this virtually unknown little secret all the time. When people ask me why I smile so much, I tell them "because smiling triggers and releases endorphins in the brain". And that release sends a wave of happiness through out your entire body.

Power smiling builds your self-esteem
There are many times you'll be standing in front of a mirror today so let those be the moments you Power Smile. In the bathroom at home, school or work, look at yourself… Power smile and accept that you're changing your future smile by smile. Each smile at yourself builds inner confidence, and every smile at anyone else builds stronger relationships. Now when others smile back at you you're on the road to greatness. Soon enough, you'll find yourself smiling all the time and feeling so much better. Smiling carries with it the Law of Sowing and Reaping and the Law of Attraction. As you sow smiling you reap the harvest of smiles from others, and this in turn builds up your self-esteem. You begin to attract to yourself those who smile and I've found those who smile often are so much easier to get along with because they're happier.

Are You Smiling yet?…

Smile Power
Like a flower with a pleasant scent, your smile can draw people close enough to see inside you. That's Smile Power. A smile has the power to radiate the qualities that make you beautiful on the inside - kindness, friendship, honesty, respect, patience, and self-control.

Give smiles away like flowers. Let your smile be an invitation for others to get to know the great person behind the smile. Then let people see that your smile doesn't stop at your mouth. It goes all the way to your heart.

Be like a flower. Let your Smile Power bloom!
Dr. Fulton recognizes that patients have greater needs than straight teeth. She and her team are committed to letting each patient know that he or she is more than just an orthodontic case.

Every patient is treated with respect, compassion and sensitivity to his or her individuality.
Through her personal interaction with her patients, Dr. Fulton emphasizes the importance of personal excellence. She is especially devoted to promoting positive qualities of character in children - an expression of inner beauty she calls Smile Power.

Young people are exposed to millions of messages about who they are and how they should relate to others. Many of those messages do little to encourage the development of characteristics such as kindness, courtesy, honesty and self-control. In both words and actions, the people in Dr. Fulton's office seek to exemplify Smile Power while encouraging patients of all ages to do the same.

Dr. Fulton and her orthodontic team work to promote a family atmosphere in her office that makes each patient feel valued. Children enjoy the warmth and personal interest that Dr. Fulton and her assistants demonstrate. Adults appreciate the personalized care they receive as their case progresses. A commitment to serving the patient with excellence and understanding is the cornerstone of Dr. Fulton's practice.

Enter Smiling
What is the best way to walk into a crowded room by yourself? The answer is simple: take something very important with you - a smile. Wearing a smile when you are among strangers is the best way to invite them to get to know you. A smile sends a message that you are friendly and easy to like. It tells people that you have a positive outlook and that you are smiling and attractive on the inside. Your face is the first thing people look at when they meet you for the first time, so why not let it advertise what a great person you are? Why not turn on your Smile Power?

Now let's talk about using Smile Power in a room full of strangers. Do you know how to mingle? It's really not that hard, especially if the first thing that people see is a smile on your face. Look around the room until you see a group of people who look interesting - looking for other smiles is a good place to start. When you spot a group of friendly looking people, go up to them and say, "Hi." Then tell them your name. You may want to ask a question, such as, "I'm new to this place. What should I do to be a part of what's happening here?" People love to give advice, so you will give them a chance to be friendly toward you if you ask a question like this.

If you find that this group is unfriendly or doesn't share your interests, tell them it was nice meeting them and move on. Sooner or later you'll find people whom you want to be around and who will welcome you to their group. The secret is letting your Smile Power shine through.

Kindness: Your Inner Smile
"Beauty, unaccompanied by virtue, is as a flower without perfume."

-- French Proverb
Virtue is an "old-fashioned" term that means moral excellence or goodness. A virtuous person possesses certain character traits, or values, that society considers worthy of admiration. Honesty, compassion, courage and kindness are some of the values that make us good in the eyes of others.

Like a flower with an pleasant scent, people who exhibit virtue in their daily lives attract admirers. They are respected by their friends and family, valued by their employer and embraced by their community. They make the world a better place. People who are beautiful on the outside may be pleasing to look at, but people with inner beauty leave a sweet fragrance in the lives of everyone they meet.

Of all the different values a person can possess, kindness is a special quality that generates tremendous power. It uplifts heavy hearts, brightens dark situations, heals hurt feelings. Hatred and anger are no match for the power of kindness. And perhaps best of all, every act of kindness gives you a warm glow in your heart that nothing else can match. You are best to yourself when you are good to others.

Being kind doesn't require much effort. In fact, the smallest acts of kindness often mean the most. Letting someone go ahead of you in line, writing a note to a discouraged friend, offering to do a simple chore for a family member - kindness is a gift of great value that costs you very little.
Remember, kindness is an excellent measure of your smile power.
Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.
-- Ian MacLaren

Words of Wisdom

"The greater thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in which direction we are moving." -Oliver W. Holmes

A smile is a curve that helps to set things straight.
If you meet a man who has no smile, give him yours.

"Happiness equals discipline and confidence" - Benjamin Franklin

"Little crocodile ...
How cheerfully he seems to grin,
How neatly spreads his claws,
And welcomes little fishes in
With gently smiling jaws"
- Lewis Carroll

"All right," said the [Cheshire Cat]; and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained sometime after the rest of it had gone.

- "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

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Broadcast on English Teletalk, April 14th 2009, Tuesday by dhz.