When you smile, wonderful things happen in your body.
When you smile, your brain is aware of the activity and actually keeps track of it. The more you smile, the more effective you are at breaking the brain’s natural tendency to think negatively. If you smile often enough, you end up rewiring your brain to make positive patterns more often than it does negative ones.
Not only does smiling improve your health and longevity, it helps you improve the world around you.
So, how do we train ourselves to smile more? We need to be deliberate about it. We need to make the practice a high priority in our daily life.
I smile a lot already, and I’m determined to make it even more a regular part of my daily life. I’ve placed “smily face” sticky notes on my computer and several other strategic spots around my home. Also, here’s a complete training site called: Learn How to Smile. Check it out and get back to me …please.