With kids around, smiles are something we’re never short of. Double that when you have twins. From standing back and watching them discover new things, to being in the middle of the action in an all-out tickle war, seeing our twins loving life leaves us, as parents, grinning from ear to ear.
But what about when they are not around to entertain us? Are we smiling enough? More importantly, are we sharing our joy with others? With the predominant use of mobile devices, we all too often find ourselves looking down at our smart phones, instead of looking up and engaging in the world around us.
Suzanne Adams, Author, Motivational Speaker, and Life Purpose Coach, wants to get people to look up and smile! That’s why she’s launching a nationwide Smile Day Contest to celebrate National Smile Day on June 15! The campaign is encouraging people to look up and connect with others through sharing a smile. In a time where people are addicted to social media and have lost personal connection, the movement is designed to remind people of the power of a smile, impacting thousands , and getting them to create a massive wave of positivity during this contest.
The power of a smile is underestimated and today more than ever we need people to open their hearts and share their glow from within. Smiling at someone unexpectedly can shift their mood, which can in turn shift their entire day and the interactions they have with others. The more people we can get to intentional share their genuine smiles the more positivity we can send out into the world.
Here’s your mission, should you choose to accept it. (and we really think you should!)
First– Post on social media using the hashtag #
Second– Participate in the challenge by signing up at http://suzanneadamsinc.
Hey, the best part about smiles? They are infectious!
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