Healthy Smiles for Wedding Music and Party Music

by Robbie Schlosser · 2 comments

Thanks in advance for reading this article. I appreciate your interest and hope you get a few good ideas. I'd love to hear what you liked. Please write me a little COMMENT below. Start a conversation. Tell me what you think, and I'll reply. Promise.
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young Robbie Schlosser smilingAll my life, I’ve believed my healthy smiles go a long way.

I’m a musician, not a cosmetic dentist.  So I can’t help with your teeth, but I CAN help you plan festive music.

I always wear healthy smiles.  Maybe it’s a reflex, but it’s my style.  I have hundreds of photos just like these. In the top picture I’m about 10 years old.  Proud of my cub scout uniform.

See me a few years later in the bottom photo from last Wednesday.  New uniform, and still proud.  Thanks for the second picture, Robert Cruz.

Lots of things have changed, obviously, but not my healthy smiles.

Robbie Schlosser's healthy smileYou can Google “healthy smiles”.  You’ll find a few articles about the benefits of healthy smiles .  And a ton of advertisements.

Nowadays, I think about wedding music and party music all the time.  I’ve found my healthy smiles help most things I do in dozens of ways.

For example, before we entertain at their celebrations, I help people plan their wedding music and party music.  Speaking with healthy smiles, whether face-to-face or on the phone, seems to make me act and sound friendlier.

This friendliness usually makes our conversations more successful.  Our minds tend to be more “open”.  We’re more creative, cooperative, and insightful.

And when I’m “on the job”, I always find my healthy smiles help everyone enjoy the festivities even more.  As though my smiles make their enthusiasm and excitement more contagious.

And at the celebration, I smile as often as I can (without looking like a fool).  Try it yourself.  People will probably wonder what you’re up to, and (more important) they’ll keep smiling, too.

So here is a tip:  Wear healthy smiles whenever you’re involved in anything — like planning wedding music or party music, for example.  Your results are likely to be even better.

 

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Meanwhile, the Magnolia Jazz Band entertains at weddings and parties throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are ever nearby, you’ll love catching us in action, seeing and hearing us create a great mood.

How can I help you? Call 408-245-9120 or use Robbie@MagnoliaJazz.com. Planning a celebration? Ask about our availability.

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Roy A. Ackerman, Ph.D., E.A.

Clearly the opposite of McKayla Maroney

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Robbie Schlosser

Thanks, Roy.  Clearly!  Actually, I had to Google her name.  The last year I worked as a teacher, I had a 10th grade homeroom, and it’s reassuring to see that an amazing 16-year-old still acts like all the others.  :-)

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