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Write a Thank You Card!


Robby

Recently, a friend of mine had a chance to chat with a retired sales executive. This individual had nearly forty years of experience in working with customers and countless millions in successful deals under his belt. The number one take-away for my friend? Write thank you cards!

The sales executive explained that handwritten, heartfelt thank you cards have several benefits:

  • They are difficult to ignore.
  • They are hard to throw away.
  • They can help smooth over mistakes and problems.
  • They demonstrate you have spent time.
  • They are uncommon.

Whether you’re looking for a job, or you have one currently, you should be writing thank you cards. How about it? Have you had a great experience with thank you card lately?

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About the Blogger: Robby Slaughter is a productivity speaker and expert. He is a principal with a AccelaWork, an Indianapolis consulting firm.

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Wed, May 11 2011 » Personal Organization, Self Development

2 Responses

  1. Jessica Journey May 12 2011 @ 12:34 am

    Yes! I love handwritten thank you notes – both giving and receiving them! They always prove successful to me in my networking, my fundraising, my friendships, and in job searches. I think so strongly about the benefits of handwritten thank you notes that I wrote a post about it: http://www.jessicajourney.com/standingout/ Enjoy!

  2. rslaughter May 12 2011 @ 12:51 pm

    Thanks for the comment, Jessica!

    Handwritten notes are amazingly powerful, you are right!

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