Posts Tagged With: smiles
Well then let’s not be like “some people”. Instead let’s be like “those people”…. the ones who freely and naturally express their feelings about your value. They appreciate you, like you, and aren’t waiting for a rainy day or an annual review to let you know. They lift as they lead and seem to give others what they need.
That’s who and how I want to be… ”I like you.” or in everyday work speak…it might sound like… “I just want you to know that you are a big part of why I enjoy coming to work each day.” or “Working with you has been a blessing in my life… thanks for the smiles and spirit you bring to our team.”
Make it a great day…but making someone’s day and letting them know you like them.
Kirk & April Out
“The Law of Learning. – The only difference between the truly successful, great, or wise, and those who aren’t, is the gap of ability which is widened or narrowed due to our ability to learn from anyone, anything, anytime. (Thank you Daniel Burns)
The Law of Gratitude. – We are blessed with so many things in our lives, but the speed in which we live often hinders us from pausing just a moment to reflect on these blessings. How great is it to wake up and feel good… to have an assortment of fresh fruit on our
countertops ready for us to enjoy… to have access to any type of information our minds desire… to be so easily and quickly connected with friends and family on a daily basis. How cool is all of this! Personally, this law is at the top of my list because it fuels all of the other laws listed in this T4D. (Thank you Teresa Mount)
The Law of Smiles – -Don’t go through life with a sour look on your face. When the server at a fast food restaurant gives you your
meal and change, give them a smile. When you have a conversation with a co-worker, smile. Even the tensest situations lose some of their edge if the people engaged are smiling. Life’s too short to go through it as a miserable person or causing misery to others. A simple please and thank you accompanied by a genuine smile will brighten anyone’s day. And, when you start doing it, people will reciprocate and give you the same response. And, then your day will be brightened too. (Thank you Dave Collins)
The Law of Wellness- Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Don’t cut your life short by making unhealthy decisions that will affect your physical, mental, and social well being. Lead a
healthy lifestyle and allow yourself to truly enjoy everything life has to offer. (Thank you KATE )
The Law of Action – I would add the Law of Action – life is so very short. We don’t have time to procrastinate. Don’t put off tomorrow what you have the ability to do/try today. We don’t want to leave this world regretting we waited too long to make a move. This includes
something as “small” as telling someone you love them, to something as grand as changing careers, buying a house, or taking a trip.