This is the seventh video of the training course “Why You Should Smile At Everyone” if you haven’t signed up for the 60 day program yet you can by going to this link https://changeyourlifeforever.co.uk
Hi, and welcome back to Video Number Seven.
Quick recap on yesterday’s video, so we talked about waking up in the morning, dancing around the bedroom, making yourself feel good, putting a smile on your face, looking smart, going out there with your head held high, and being the best you possibly can be.
So I hope you did that today, I hope you’re walking around looking smart, looking cool, feeling good about yourself. If you’re not, watch the video again and get in there, wake up in the morning feeling happier.
So today’s video is about smiling and being nice to people. So I’m going to use some examples as well. I’ve worked all over the UK, so I have to kind of be nice to people because I always end up in situations where I’m in a new place, I don’t know anyone, I haven’t got anyone to talk to. So naturally what I have to do is I have to smile at people.
I walk to work every morning, it’s funny, right? Because I walk to work and I’ll go, “Good morning!” Some people just go, “Hm? Weirdo. What’s up with him?” Other people, you see their faces light up, you know, “Good morning!” And to be fair, those people walking down the street, those people that you pass by, you have no idea what’s going on in their head, at all.
I met this one guy one day, and he was looking a bit glum, and I made a big point to walk past him, and I said, “Good morning!” And he turned round and he went, “Good morning, mate.” I said, “Are you okay?” Because obviously you say that, you notice someone’s not feeling too good, in focused conversation. This guy was about to top himself that day, he was about to go and take his own life because he was in such a dark place.
So I sat down and started talking to him, I gave him my phone number. He started calling me, I started talking to him about some of his problems and stuff. I’m not a doctor, I’m not a physician, I’ve just been in dark places myself. Eventually this guy, he had so many scary things, he was worried about flying, all sorts of things, his family letting him down, all sorts of crazy stuff going on in his mind. You know what, right? He emails me now.
He’s flying all around the world, he’s got a great job, he’s sorted his life out, he’s happy. But if I hadn’t have taken the time out that day to smile at him, to be nice to him, then anything could have happened in his life.
It’s like, you know, I worked in London for years, and you walk past and you see the homeless people on the street. Those homeless people aren’t homeless because they want that choice to be homeless. They don’t want that. They’re in real bad situations. So even if you don’t give them money, even if you don’t give them food, just recognize them as a person and say, “Good morning! I hope you’re okay.” So they feel just a little bit valued in life. That’s all you have to do, guys. Stop looking at your phone, walking down the street, stop ignoring people. A smile means a world to so many people in so many ways.
If you can smile it’ll make you feel better, and it’s really easy. It’s a bit weird at first because of some of the weird looks you get. But actually, you know, some guy in a pub, I smiled at him one day, started talking to him, and he turned out a bit of a weirdo, he started saying some weird stuff to me. So I said, “Look, if you don’t stop saying the weird stuff, mate, I’m going to crack you one.” You know what I mean? He then spoke to me and said he didn’t think he was being weird, he thought he was being funny, so had a sarcastic sense of humor and he thought he was being funny. So I got to know him and I got talking to him, and actually I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for that conversation.
My dad always taught me, if you want to know anyone, if you want to do anything in life, go to the pub. The people in the pub will talk to you, you’ll meet craftsmen, tradesmen, people will do jobs, people will help you, everything. But you have to go and smile at people, guys, feel good, make other people feel good about themselves, that is part of the law of attraction as well, when you feel good the people around you will feel good, and consequently, if you smile at people, they will smile back at you.
But don’t expect to live a happy lifestyle living in a bubble, looking at your phone, ignoring the rest of the world around you. It’s beautiful, look at it out there, look around, take in your surroundings, look at all the different people, look at how they interact with things, look at, you know, “Oh my god, look at her, she looks well stressed. Look at her, she looks really happy, she’s singing to herself.” You can observe and notice so many things about people.
So yeah, the important thing is, go out there, smile, say hello to people, and make a change in your day, and make a change in their day too, okay? Really important, make sure you remember that one.
So, next one is, how to make your job enjoyable. So if you don’t enjoy your job, and you’re still having problems from the last video where we said, “Stop saying you hate your job”, I will give you lots of different ways that you can see your job in a completely different way than you do today.
So have a good one, guys. Keep smiling, when you walk out the door tonight, big smile at everyone you meet. Try it, and I bet it makes you feel good. See you soon. Bye bye now. Another interesting read you can check out is an article on I don’t know what to do with my life.