When you smile less, people take notice.
It reflects on your work. It reflects in how people perceive you. “Is he/she not friendly? Should we trust them— they don’t seem very enthusiastic about what they’re selling…”
You will be less likely to break the ice with people, interact with new people, and you will seem less engaged in conversations. You’ll appear distant, withdrawn, or even disinterested.
It’ll reflect on the overall satisfaction of your customers, if you’re in a customer facing role. It will affect the environment of your workplace, bringing down overall morale with it— and subsequently, your Yelp reviews or CSI scores… ok- so maybe that’s a little hyperbolic, but you get the point. The Butterfly Effect, Laws of Attraction, etc., etc.
These doldrums can bleed into your personal life as well. People want to be around other people who seem like they’re having a good time… people who seem to be enjoying life. It’s contagious. We want to be a part of that— not apart from it.
Why aren’t you smiling? Major mental health initiatives, such as #Bellletstalk, have recently trended through various media outlets and forums, but that shouldn’t preclude us from continuing to discuss such matters. After all, we see Dr. Rob for our teeth. Shouldn’t we see someone for our hearts and minds?
Hopefully, the reasons you— or an acquaintance- aren’t smiling as often, aren’t due to something more deeply-rooted than a surface issue. And if that’s the case, we’ve got you covered.
You likely have a beautiful smile. Lets us help you rediscover it, so that you can show it to everyone.
We are all unfinished versions of our best selves. A quick refresh will allow you the opportunity to take that next step with your public appearance, as you deliver that next presentation, speak up at the next meeting, or give cheers at your next social event.
Smile. We’re all better when we do.
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