- Commit yourself to saying thank you every time someone adds value to your day. Do this for thirty days. Don't skip any days. Be consistent.
- Observe how others react when you show gratitude. Some people are craving a pat on the back. Your thank you may be the only one they get all day long.
- When you receive extraordinary service, ask to see the boss and let them know how well you were treated by their employee.
- Remember your family. When one of your children goes above the call of duty, make a big deal about it. Lavish praises on your spouse for the little things they do to make your life better.
- Tell others about the great service you received from an employee. Remember to recommend them to your friends. The best compliment you can give the person offering you a service is to pass their name along to others.
Friday, July 13, 2012
Remember To Say Thank You
How many times a day do you say thank you? Showing your appreciation lets others know you value their hard work. Those who feel a sense of entitlement may not believe saying thanks is important and may overlook showing gratitude. This is a big mistake. If you are not saying thank you often enough, it's not too late to change your attitude. Here's some ideas: