If you need help with how to say thank you, you are in the right place!
You know you should be writing thank you notes, right? But when is the last time you did? I have a ton of people that I need to send thank you cards to, on behalf of JibberJobber. I even bought 50 cards and have them in my office, but for some reason I’m not doing it. Part of it is procrastination, but another part is that I don’t want to sound like a dork.
If you have that “sound like a dork” problem, I have just the answer for you. One of my partners, Liz Handlin (Ultimate Resumes), wrote an eBook just for you (it’s FREE!!)… with a bunch of examples on how to write Thank You notes. Almost word-for-word from her blog post, this includes:
Some of the sample notes in the book include:
How to Say Thank You: Business/Professional Thank You Notes
Thank you notes for a professional courtesy
Thank you notes for a job interview
Thank you notes for providing a lead, contact, or information
Thank you notes for doing great work (for a subordinate)
Thank you notes for your support
Thank you notes for dinner, lunch, or tickets
Thank you notes for your business
How to Say Thank You: Personal Thank You Notes
Thank you notes for a gift (wedding, shower, other)
Thank you notes for hosting a meeting or party
Thank you notes for an introduction
Thank you notes for a kindness
Thank you notes for your sympathy card or flowers
Thank you notes from a houseguest
Thank you notes to a vendor
Do yourself a favor, go download her free eBook and learn how to say thank you note TODAY! I’m going to write a dozen or so when I get back home!