Giving Thanks: 5 Ahas from Thought Leaders

Saying thank you is not only good for personal relationships. Saying thank you to your business partners, colleagues, customers, and clients is a component of a successful business. This is the time to express our gratefulness to the people we have met; have done business with and those that we have an existing business relationships.AAEAAQAAAAAAAAXvAAAAJDBjYWU4Y2UyLTVkNTgtNDI4NS05NTM3LTE5OTE2OTkyNWQ2ZAll

We compiled 5 AhaMessages from different Aha Amplifier AhaBooks that contain Ahas on saying thank you and being grateful.

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  1. What are you thankful for this week? Express gratitude for a project completed, a customer “wowed,” a problem addressed. @scedmonds #tll[click to tweet]
  2. Show your appreciation & write thank you notes. The handwritten note is a lost art – pick up a pen & paper & send it US Mail. @JeffShavitz #tll [click to tweet]
  3. Being a thought leader opens doors. People listen to you and thank you for sharing your vision. @happyabout #tll [click to tweet]
  4. Proactively thank your boss for their direction, support, and efforts. Doing so inspires them to thank others more often. #tll [click to tweet
  5. Teach your kids to say “thank you.” They will take less for granted, and be happier later on in life. @AnExpressiveMom #tll [click to tweet]

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