Thank you

Many of us go thru our daily activities, and find others that help us along the way. But in the hectic daily activity, we forget to say thank you to those that help us.

When people spread your message or share your name with others, thank them. Do this publicly and as generously as possible.

Individuals need to be noticed and appreciated for the things they do. Thank them for sharing your name and message with others and you will positively reinforce them to do much more of this. Word of mouth is the most powerful form of influence.

Nurture it everywhere you can.

I want to take this opportunity to thank those of you who have recommended other business owners to my website and I hope they also have thanked you for the opportunity to receive the information that can help them get more customers and grow their business.


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4 Responses to “Thank you”

  1. Al Rusca says:

    Absolutely. You can never say Thank you too often.
    Just the other day I recieved a copy of a property inspection from the my sellers attorney. There was an item that I needed to qualify before the attorney’s began to negotiate the issues. I contacted the attorneys office and spoke with his legal secretary regarding the issue.
    When our discussion was completed I thanked her for sending the report to me and complimented her office for keeping my in the loop with the correspondance that had been transpiring duing the attorney review period. Not all attorneys are good at keeping the realtors informed.
    At any rate, the professional demeanor dropped a notch or two and she told me she appreciated the compliment.
    I am sure that further conversations with their office will proceed very smoothly as this transaction heads to the closing table.
    A little “Thank you” can go a long way!

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    Ken Reply:

    Hi Al,
    You are so right. A little Thank You can go a long way. It seems like such a simple thing, but it has a big impact.

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  2. Mike Mattern says:

    Thanks Ken….so true! Did you know 3% of our mail is personal? The rest is junk. Sending a note of appreciation makes you stand out. Knowing we all want validation and to be appreciated makes it even more effective in developing relationships.

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    Ken Varga Reply:

    @Mike Mattern,
    Appreciation always works. Thanks Mike.

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