How to Write Thank You Notes

How to Write Thank You Notes

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Gifts, hospitality, help, encouragement on a big project, great service. All of these are special occasions for expressing gratitude to your friends, family, and colleagues at work. Don't miss these opportunities to cement relationships by forgetting to say thank you.And if you're going to take the time to write a letter or note, make it count. Say something meaningful that comes from your heart-something that doesn't sound like a pre-printed card or cliche that everyone else writes on such occasions. Make your letter or note one that they'll read more than once-and maybe even file away for years as a memento of your relationship and the occasion.Keep these guidelines in mind. Thank the reader immediately for the gift, service, or kind act. Your thank-you comments should not sound like an afterthought at the end of a routine email or note about the situation or occasion. Instead, be direct and purposeful about the thank you. Elaborate on why the occasion, note, kindness, or gift was particularly meaningful to you. Be as specific as possible. General phrases and sentences sound insincere. Don't let cliches roll off your tongue; it's the heartfelt sentiment that makes your note special. Avoid mentioning any negative outcomes or circumstances surrounding the situation. Even though your intention may be well meaning, such comments will detract from the overall feeling of satisfaction about the gift or deed. Be prompt. A thank-you delayed is often a thank-you ignored. Ignored by the recipient, that is. Sincere comments suffer from delay. The reader thinks, qIf they were so pleased, why did they postpone telling me for three weeks? Too much of a chore?q Say it sooner rather than later.If you'd like to make the thank you letter writing process even easier, we can help even more. If you still can't find the right words to express your gratitude in a way to make the reader feel special, try our professionally written package of thank you letters and notes.You'll find thank you letters for both personal and business situations: Birthday Gifts Monetary Gifts Baby Shower Gifts Christmas Gifts Wedding Gifts Help-During Crisis Help-Arranging Events Help-Meeting Deadlines Help-Encouragement and Support Sympathy or Comforting Notes Jobs Well Done Good Deeds Shared Expertise Volunteering Honesty and Advice-Friend Honesty and Advice-Stranger Romantic Evenings Hospitality Visits To Coach or Gym Teacher To Private Instructor To Teacher To Babysitter To Neighbor for Watching Child To Clergy Service-Daycare Facility Service-Medical Team Service-Hotel Service-Airline Service-Rental Car Agency Service-Technical Support Service-Helpful Salesperson Service-Safety Personnel Service-Honest Mechanic For Complimentary Services or Goods For Referrals For Business For Meetings For AppointmentsqSincerely, For Donation (Example 3) Company Name or Letterhead Address City, State Zip Date Addressee Address City, State Zip Dear Mr. Hines: Thank you very much for your March 2 letter enclosing a check for $2, 000 from youranbsp;...

Title:How to Write Thank You Notes
Author: Dianna Booher
Publisher:AudioInk - 2012-01-31

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