Happiness is a state of mind, and happiness is a state of mind. When you are happy to be happy and happy to do things, the results are very different.
In an ideal smile, 100 percent of your central and lateral upper incisors and your canines should be visible
There was an old lady who had two sons-in-law, the first selling umbrellas and the second selling shoes. For a while, she was always sad. Why? Because when it rains, although her eldest son-in-law’s business is good, her second son-in-law can’t sell his cloth shoes. If the sun came out and it was sunny, although the second son-in-law could sell cloth shoes, she was distressed that her eldest son-in-law could not sell his umbrella, so whether it was sunny or rainy, she was always distressed.
Then someone said to her, “You have brought this misery on yourself, but you can actually be happy every day.” The man told her, “You can think differently: if it rains, although your second son-in-law has no business, your eldest son-in-law’s business is good. If it’s sunny, although the eldest son-in-law can’t do business, the second son-in-law’s business is good. Anyway, whether it’s raining or sunny, you always have one son-in-law doing business, so shouldn’t you be happy every day?”
This shows how optimism affects happiness. Since hearing these words from others, this old lady has been happy every day.
It was rush hour of the weekend when our car was slowly overtaking a car from the service road that was almost parked in the middle of the road, and our driver was blaming the other car for parking so aggressively when all we heard was a noise and the reflectors of the two cars picked at each other.
From the passenger seat, I saw that the other driver was filled with anger. So I immediately rolled down the glass window, smiled and said to that driver, “It’s okay.”
Hearing that, the other driver didn’t say anything but smiled back at me. This is how a possible traffic dispute was resolved by a shallow smile and a gentle greeting.
Wal-Mart, a Fortune 500 supermarket chain, has developed a special quantitative assessment standard to ensure the implementation of smile service in place, that is, the smile with eight visible teeth, otherwise it is not called smile service, and will be punished accordingly.
In fact, only showing eight teeth is not enough. Because the smile must come from the heart, the highest realm of unprofessional smile, the real smile is not mechanized training out, nor pressure out, but should be sincere, sincere, is the customer as a family smile. Otherwise, it will be a smile without a smile, and the more teeth you show, the uglier and more frightening it will be. Because the false smile is more ugly than crying, calling people more afraid.
Smile service is a happy service from the heart, the key is the heart to smile, rather than having to show a few teeth.
Happy work will have a happy product, happy benefits. Therefore, more and more companies are paying great attention to developing happy employees and employee happiness.
For example, the Swiss watchmaking company’s choice for its employees is that you must come for pleasure, for the enjoyment of the art of making beautiful timepieces. If it turns out that you don’t really think that way, but that you’re only here for the job and for the money, then they won’t hire you. For it has been proven that the precision required of Swiss clocks is so demanding that only those who seek perfection and the enjoyment of success can meet this requirement, and any little distraction will affect the level of their work and the quality of the clock, and they will not be able to meet the precision requirements.
It has also recently been discovered that the Egyptian pyramids, a wonder of the world, were built voluntarily by a group of people working for pleasure, and definitely not by oppressed slaves. Because that quality of construction, that level of artistry, is unattainable even in today’s highly developed technology. Unless the designer and builder put their heart and soul into building the pyramids as the greatest joy and highest enjoyment of life, it would be possible to create such a flawless human miracle. Otherwise, the artistic effect and the quality of construction could never be achieved if there was only half a moment of unhappiness or unhappiness.
There is another contrary example that proves the importance of doing things happily.
On a very remote island, the local folk craft was very unique. Once, a businessman came to the island and found that there was a very nice handmade specialty straw hat and it was only $1 a piece. So the merchant said to the local residents, “How much do you process 100,000 of these for me?” The businessman was trying to manufacture straw hats for sale, and according to his theory of wholesale distribution, he thought $0.50 a piece would not be a problem. However, he did not expect that the local residents would ask for $10 each.
The businessman asked why without understanding. The local resident said, “The $1 each you buy now was made at random while we were having fun and enjoying ourselves. But you want 100,000 of them, forcing us to do simple, repetitive labor every day is just a living hell, so it’s even more expensive, and for $10 we don’t want to do it yet!”
In short, it is becoming more and more evident that there is pleasure and there are miracles. And only pleasure can create perfection, and only interest can create miracles.