It’s no secret that gratitude is part of our DNA at Reach Partners. That said, the holidays bring new emphasis to something I feel strongly about even when it’s not the season of gifts: the thank you note.
The most important thing about a thank you note is that you send one. Did somebody go out of their way to help you? Send a thank you note. Was somebody a pleasure to work with? Send a thank you note. Did somebody bake you special treats? Send a thank you note.
Nobody can argue with the ease of sending a thank you note by email. And we believe there is value in quick shout-outs of gratitude via Twitter and Facebook.
Yet when it comes to saying thanks, email can’t replace the personal touch or lasting impression left by a handwritten note. It takes time to address an envelope, find a stamp, and deliver it to the mailbox. I believe that effort is noticed and appreciated by the recipient.
Here are some additional tips for writing a meaningful thank you note:
9/1/2021 02:49:12 pm
I like how you said to write something you mean. My friend helped me out with a family issue a couple of weeks ago, and I want to look into sending her a thank you note soon to show my appreciation. I'll make sure to keep these tips in mind once I get a thank you card to send to her.
9/1/2021 04:48:10 pm
I'm glad these tips helped and also grateful you had a friend who could help when you needed it.
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