If You Find Someone Who Makes You Smile, Keep Them Close
. That may sound like a pretty simple statement, but it's something that we all too often forget. We get caught up in our own lives and we forget to appreciate the people who make us happy. But those people are the ones who deserve our attention and our time. So if you're lucky enough to have found someone who brings a smile to your face, don't let them go.
We all too often take the people who make us happy for granted.
We all take the people who make us smile for granted. We assume that they will always be there to make us laugh, but we don't often think about how much they mean to us. The truth is, these people are some of the most important in our lives. They add joy and laughter when we need it most, and their mere presence can brighten up any day. So if you find someone who makes you smile, don't let them go - cherish them and let them know how much they mean to you.
We get caught up in our own lives and we forget to appreciate the people who make us happy.
We get caught up in our lives and we forget to appreciate the people who make us happy. I'm guilty of this myself. We get so wrapped up in our own problems and stresses that we forget about the people who make us smile. The people who brighten up our day and make us laugh. But lately, I've been trying to change that. I've been trying to take a step back and appreciate the people in my life who make me smile. And I encourage you to do the same.
Take a few minutes today to send a nice text to someone, call a friend or get a cup of coffee with a loved one. What I've noticed over the past few days is that small, unexpected acts of kindness can have such a big impact on your mental health. I've been feeling so much better since I've cut negativity out of my life and started focusing on giving back. So go ahead. Take a few minutes to give back and make someone's day.
When you're busy taking care of everyone else, it's easy to forget how close you are to that person who can make you smile. Tell the people in your life that you love them. Hold their hands. Connect with them in the physical world instead of just talking on the phone.
The Internet is full of distractions. It's easy to get sucked into a never-ending Facebook scroll or a Netflix marathon.
But those people are the ones who deserve our attention and our time.
If you take the time to notice, there are people all around us who make us smile. They could be a friend, a family member, or even a stranger. And although we may not always have the time to stop and talk to them, they're the ones who deserve our attention and our time. Because in addition to making us smile, they remind us of what's good in the world. If you remind yourself of this on a daily basis, you will start to notice you can't have a conversation without smiling at least once. There's always a sunny spot in every rainy day. You never know what someone is going through. So, be kind. Listen more than you talk. It's okay to walk away from a fight. Be present. Accept that not everyone will like you. That's okay. Don't take things personally.
Great leaders understand the importance of purposely building a team of positive people around them. Positivity is contagious, and it shouldn't be a company's mission to continually search for the negative. Push yourself to find the positive in every situation and you'll not only be an effective leader but also a happy one. What are you doing to accentuate the positive in your life? How has it helped you become a better person or leader?
So if you're lucky enough to have found someone who brings a smile to your face, don't let them go.)
When you find someone who brings a smile to your face, don't let them go. This person is rare and special, and they deserve your attention and love. Don't take this person for granted, because they may not be in your life forever. Cherish every moment you have with them, and show them how much you care.
So, here is a little summer prayer / affirmation that you can say whenever the sun is out and you are among your close circle of friends and family - "Thank you, God, for blessing me with so many people who love me, support me and accept me. I feel truly blessed to have such amazing people in my life."
It used to be that communication between two was mostly done either face to face and it still remains to best and most natural way to connect with another person.
Here at Dualyty, we cannot ignore the part our phones play in modern day communication because no longer is the letter the way good news or bad news is delivered. It is over the phone (along with many other things). So, it is natural to look at how the phone plays a big part in how we interact with friends and family.
How to Bring a Smile to Someone's Face Over the Phone.
In today's busy world, it can be easy to forget the simple act of smiling.
In today's busy world, it can be easy to forget the simple act of smiling. Smiling is a universal language that can convey many things, including happiness, love, and gratitude. When you smile at someone over the phone, you are conveying these positive emotions and making their day just a little bit better. Here are some tips on how to make someone smile over the phone:
- Use pleasant tones and expressions: Start off the conversation with a friendly hello and use an upbeat tone throughout.
- Use a upbeat voice: If you have a pleasant tone, but you sound down, it will not make the other person feel better.
- Use an accommodating tone: If the person you're calling is having a bad day, let them vent. Don't interrupt, but let them know that you're there to listen. When they finish venting, ask them how you can help.
- Keep the conversation short: Long conversations may be boring and a drag.
- Compliment: Compliment the other person on something – anything.
- Laughter: Let your voice go high with excitement when you laugh, and again, use an upbeat tone.
- Send a text instead of calling: This is a great way to make a specific point without being called out for it.
- Use humor: This is a great way to put the person on the other end of the phone at ease. You can use this to steer the conversation away from the business at hand.
- Use patience: Be patient with the person on the other end of the phone, they can’t see you and they may feel uncomfortable.
- Be empathetic: An empathetic person is always well-liked
Smiling can make a big difference in the quality of our conversation, whether we are talking to a friend, family member, or even a customer service representative.
We all know what it feels like to be on the receiving end of a phone call from someone who sounds like they would rather be doing anything else. Whether we are talking to a friend, family member, or even a customer service representative, smiling can make a big difference in the quality of our conversation. Think about the last time you were on the phone with someone who was frowning or had an unhappy demeanor - chances are, it wasn't the most enjoyable experience.
When we smile, we convey positive emotions that can be contagious and make the other person feel good as well.
So next time you find yourself on the phone, remember to SMILE!
So next time you find yourself on the phone, remember to SMILE! It really makes a difference in how your conversation sounds, and can make the person on the other end feel appreciated. So remember to make sure your smile is genuine - it'll come through in your voice! Ask questions that require more than a one-word answer, and really listen to what the person has to say. Speak in a pleasant voice, use lots of hand gestures, and smile into the phone. Talk about their interests, this is a great approach to sparking up a conversation. Ask them how they are doing and then go into a statement such as “I can hear that you are a dog lover”. This will give them the opportunity to talk about an interest they have. Everyone has a favorite topic, be it a hobby, interest, or passion. If you can get the other person started on that topic, you'll probably hear some great stories.