Happy Thanksgiving!

This is my favorite holiday!  A family day to give thanks for all we have.

I love sharing in the art of being thankful.  Today is an easy day to say thank you, but it’s a great everyday practice.  Not just in spirit (which I believe is the root of happiness) but in action.

I loving sending thank you notes for all sorts of reasons, but I know it can be difficult to come up with a few words when they don’t flow off the top of the head.   I love the whole process of finding the right card stock, the perfect pen to glide over the paper and I enjoy sitting there waiting for inspiration to strike!  Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to indulge myself and I do get behind from time to time… so I have a little cheat sheet I’m sharing with you to help kick start the writer in you.

“Thank you for your first order from (company name). Your business is appreciated. We hope this is the beginning of a long and successful business relationship. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions you may have about our wonderful products.”

“I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed meeting you today. It seems we can help save you a lot of time and money and I look forward to building a successful business relationship. I’ll be in touch in a few days to follow up on our action items.”

See the trick! Most gift note cards are small and only have room for one or two sentences. Something simple and personal seems to do the trick here. Of course “Thank you” always works, so don’t get too far behind!!!

I like using personalize card stock which you can order through Vista Print or an online card company.  And believe it or not you can automate this process and even use your own handwriting!  My friend Dawn can help set this up for you if you’re interested in learning more.

To Your Financial Health!

Tami Ross

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One Response to The Art of Being Thankful – How to Write a Thank You Note

  1. Mary says:

    Tami, I am enjoying your new blog, especially this post. I love Thanksgiving also. Thank you is such a beautiful and magical phrase. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. Bless you in all that you do.

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