Dec 6, 2017
After someone takes the time out of their day to speak with us, invite us into their home, or helps us in any way we usually send a thank you after the fact (right?). But what do you write in that email or that hand written note? This podcast talks about how to structure a thank you note so you can spend less time doing it AND make it stick. Its the small details like this that builds relationships, so don't overlook it!
Let's stop sending the basic, generalized, "this could have been sent to anyone" thank you notes and put jusssssssst a little more thought into it. The basic structure goes like this...
Pretty easy right? So why don't we do it more often? Why is it so hard for us to make a thoughtful thank you note. The Connecting middle piece is the key! Refer to something that happened within your shared experience, and be sincere + gracious when doing it.
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TEDx Talk Practicing Emotional Intelligence