A simple smile has it all the way to the core. It’s not a winsome impression, but it points out just a little bit of who you are. A smile says: “I’m happy to be here”. It shows that you’re content with your surroundings and your current situation. You can see right through people, or you can pretend that you see things from something other than their perspective. Sometimes, it works both ways; sometimes, it looks like someone else is judging you because they have no idea what they’re looking at! It’s not always pleasant to be judged (sometimes its great !), but the more we practice being kind and open minded, the better our chances of dodging judgmental prying eyes . . .
What does a simple smile mean?
Equality, trust, and mutual respect are the foundations of any relationship. When someone acts and acts on the assumption that they’re fully trusted, that person is in a state of nervous tension. If you’ve ever been in a relationship where someone acted on the false assumption that you were a trustworthy person, you’ve experienced this. It’s not something that you want to do to others. There’s no chemistry in a word, no flow among friends, no secret passions. It’s just a lot of empty words. If you want to make friends, you need to make them feel safe, attractive, and wanted. You don’t need to convince anyone that you’re trustworthy to start a conversation. You don’t need to ask them if they’re attracted to you. You don’t even need to think about it. Just feel. It’s that simple. It’s a way to show yourself off without even realizing you’re doing it. When someone starts to feel nervous around you, you can take comfort from the fact that you don’t seem nervous either. And you can start to feel a sense of security and productivity. You won’t be the first or last person to feel this way. As time passes and you get to know the other person better, you’ll start to notice other emotions running through them as well. You may even start to notice a sense of pride. And your smile will only get larger and more frequent as time passes.
Happiness is the result of good conversation
People often ask me: “How do you get everybody you meet on board with your ideas and plans?” I usually have this response: “This is the million-dollar question! How do you get everybody to join you in what you’re doing?” That’s because happiness is the result of good conversation. It isn’t about having the right words, or having the right subject. It’s about listening and letting go of the things that are written about you and about life as a whole. That means that you need to start talking about everything that is negative in your life, as well as everything that is positive. Your words can be negative when you don’t take advantage of the situation, or you can be positive when you do. You can also use your smile as a starting point by saying: “I know that life is tough, and that it’s probably going to be hard for me to fit onto some of your favorite pressures, but I promise that I’ll do my best. And I’ll try my best not to give up” That’ll get the attention that you need to keep going. It’s also a way to start to show everyone that you mean what you say.
Try to see everyone you come into contact with as potential friends
When you start talking to people about yourself, you start to realize how much you know them already. You start to feel a sense of connectedness because you know so much about them already! And then you start to feel comfortable saying what you think to them because you feel safe and want to go with what you’re feeling. As time passes, you start to feel more confident and in control of your thoughts. And most important: You start to feel friends.
Don’t feel bad if you’re a little nervous before a big event
The anticipation of having a big event up your sleeve gets to you before you even sit down to talk to someone. You’ll be nervous, you’ll be shy, and you’ll probably even be a little unsure of yourself. But don’t give into the temptation to avoid or minimize these feelings. These are normal reactions to new situations and decisions. It’s part of the process of growing up. You just have to learn to put down the phone and take advantage of the time that you have with your significant other.
It’s not always about being perfect
We all have differentusions and valleys and peaks in our lives that we’re unaware of. But the more open you are to different perspectives, the happier you’ll be. When you feel accepted for who you are and not judged for who you aren’t, you’ll be more likely to accept who others are too. You can even start to feel less self-conscious when someone else is in the room.
In order to get good at anything, you have to put in the effort. And the effort is not easy. It’s not even guaranteed to be buxic successful. You have to put in the effort, do it one day at a time, and see what happens. If you’re successful, you’ll know that you’ve taken action. You’ll know that you’ve put in the work and that you’ve achieved something. So what are you waiting for? Start working on your smile and you might just surprise everyone.