Smile, it’s not just good for your face
Although it most certainly is good for your face, it’s about a whole lot more than superficial beauty and vanity.
Employee loyalty drives customer satisfaction, which in turn drives profit: this is the key to success for Smile Guide author, Paul Spiegelman, and a philosophy he’s coined as the Circle of Growth™.
Smile Guide: Employee Perspectives on Culture, Loyalty and Profit~ Paul Spiegelman
Just as a genuine outer smile transmits positive energy and has the power to warm and heal, an inner smile produces a high grade of energy that promotes powerful internal healing, deep relaxation, happiness, and longevity. Smiling to the organs and thanking them for the work they do helps to reawaken the intelligence of the body, which, once activated, can dissipate emotional imbalances and inner disharmony before serious illness manifests.
The Inner Smile: Increasing Chi through the Cultivation of Joy~ Mantak Chia
Genuine smiles emanate beacons of gladness attracting any and all who desire refreshment in the light of joy. Be a beacon of joyful light.
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