Learn How To Get The Most Sincere Smile In 16 Minutes and 23 Seconds21 Comments December 9, 2008 / Posted in Personal Development
Smile Smile Smile
What do you think of the video? It will take up 16 minutes and 23 seconds of your time but definitely it will bring a smile to your face and you will walk away with some valuable lessons too.
I walked away with a smile on my face after watching it and I hope to share it with my readers and let it bring a smile to your face too 🙂
3 Simple Lessons We Can Learn From Hugh Newman
Appreciate and Shower Others With Praises
Notice how Hugh Newman actually make others smile? It is just a simple action of showing appreciation and showering others with praises. Whenever you meet new people, find out their good points and tell them how great they are. Everybody have their great points, if we want to, we can definitely find it and when others are showered with praises, they will feel glad that they are being appreciated.
Whenever you are giving praises, make sure you are giving it out from your heart. In short, be sincere! People can detect an apple polisher from miles away. Flattery simply does not work and in most cases, can backfire on you as others will have a bad impression of you when you are throwing praises without any sincerity.
Call Others By Their Name
People have a deep attachment to their name and the person’s name is one of the most beautiful voice they can ever hear from you. Do you prefer others to call you by your name or calling you “Hey”? You know the answer, don’t you?
In A Nutshell
There are so many times when we neglected the point to show appreciation to what others are doing. Show your appreciation, praise them for what they are doing and bring a smile to their face and brighten their day. Who knows, maybe you will receive a sincere praise from others today too.
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