Those who smile often are thought of as more likeable, competent, approachable, friendly and attractive. Of 19 different types of smile, only six occur when we’re having a good time. The rest happen when we’re in pain, embarrassed, uncomfortable, horrified or even miserable. A smile may mean contempt, anger or incredulity, that we’re lying or that we’ve lost.
There are 19 types of smile but only six are for happiness
"Great acts are made up of small deeds." - Lao Tzu All your small actions combined, form your system for living. And that leads to the big outcomes in life: More happiness, fulfillment, wealth—all a result of your system.
How To Be Productive According To Ancient Philosophy
The individual impact of any one piece of gratitude is small, but the cumulative effect is huge. The power of this habit comes from a multiplier effect that takes hold after practicing it for a month or two. You begin to realize that nearly every day is a good day (at least in a small way).
Use This Simple Daily Gratitude Habit to Be Grateful Every Day
Phenomena that happen outside of us don’t cause happiness. They might be correlated with happiness but it’s not a cause-and-effect relationship. The most important part is what happens in our brain between the external event (a good cup of coffee) and our state of happiness.