This week’s five AHAs are from the AHAbook™ “Something to Smile About”. Please share this URL “aha.pub/MadeYouSmile” in your social media status update to let your friends know about it.
Some days, it is easy to smile. You wake up to the sounds of birds chirping, with the warm glow of the morning sun cradling your face. You take several deep, cleansing breaths standing beneath a perfectly cascading shower, just before drawing a smiley face on the steamed-up glass with your index finger. Your roommate or significant other makes your coffee, just the way you like it. You can accept that the days won’t always look bright, but commit to finding something worth smiling about. Not sure what that might be? No worries folks. This AHAbook has got you covered.
The book is a quick read as it’s a compilation of 140 actionable quotes. Share some of the AHAmessages™ below, and then read and share the entire book via AHAthat on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:
Want to smile? Think positive, happy thoughts and it will happen. #MadeYouSmile @MagicPowers2 [click to tweet]
Smile like you mean it. Make a snack you loved as a kid. In no time, you’ll be smiling away at the nostalgic memories. @MagicPowers2 [click to tweet]
Want to grin and smile widely? Visit a dear old friend. Have you called any to say hi lately? #MadeYouSmile @MargePowers2 [click to tweet]
Tell someone how much they mean to you. Then think about how special you just made them feel. #MadeYouSmile @MagicPowers2 [click to tweet]
Smile as you’re committing to a random act of kindness and tell that person to pass it on. #MadeYouSmile @MagicPowers2 [click to tweet]
Something to Smile About is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. (Start sharing great quotes along with other amazing AHAleaders at a click of a button. AHAthat gives you access to great content for free within seconds.)
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