Saying “thank you” is more than good manners, it’s good karma.
When was the last time you thanked a client for the opportunity to work with them? I’m not talking about saying “please” and “thank you” during over-the-counter transactions; that’s merely being polite. I’m talking about expressing your gratitude for the opportunity to impact someone else’s life, business & livelihood. If we truly appreciate those who make our cash registers ring, then we must speak up because silent gratitude never really served anyone very well. Too often we become so consumed with the transaction part of business, and in making the sale & meeting goals, that we forget to appreciate the opportunity to actually make a difference in someone’s life. Isn’t it amazing, and absolutely rewarding, to serve? How do you show our gratitude, and share that gratitude with your clients?