My husband just told me a very good story on sharing and I'd like to share it with the rest of the BAF community. When my husband was still in his teens, his cute niece came out to the patio holding a banana. When she saw him, she asked my husband is he wants one. My husband upon seeing that his niece is holding tight onto the banana, naturally said "no thanks". His cousin, the niece's dad, upon seeing this exchange, corrected his niece saying that that is not the correct way to share. When you share, you must do it with the intention of sharing and do it with a smile. With that, the cousin instructed her daughter to get a knife, cut the banana in two and offer it to my husband. My husband then smiled, took the half of the banana and said thanks to his niece. This lesson in sharing is very important especially to those who are involved in customer service. If you greet your customers or say something polite to them but you do it unwillingly and without smiling, your customers will see through you and consider you as unfriendly and insincere. When dealing with customers, we should all do it with a smile.