May 26, 2008
-- There are so many occasions during a day, a week, a month that you find you have the need to say “Thank You” to someone for something. The most simple and direct way is to actually say the words, “Thank you.” For example, when someone holds a door opened for you.
However, what do you do when there’s a special event or particular occasion that requires a more permanent “thank you” – such as a birthday, wedding, job interview or special kindness?
Sending a written card, letter or e-mail acknowledges the person’s special recognition and offers your specific gratitude for their gift or their time – or whatever you feel deserves that extra touch of thanks.
When writing to a friend, family member or someone with whom you’re close, choosing your words can come easily and flow naturally – mentioning their gift or the specific occasion for which you’re thanking them.
However, when writing to thank a new client for winning a project or the head of Human Resources for your most recent job interview, more formal guidelines are required. http://www.thankyoumessagestowriteincards.com