ARTICLE FOR JANUARY
Have I said Thank You lately?
Do you know what January is?
Besides being a new year and a new start, January also hosts the International Thank Your Customer Week!
So thank you.
For being you.
For being there.
For giving me the privilege of serving you!
With everything going on around us – sometimes we forget to thank those who mean the most to us – in our personal life and in our business life.
As you may know, I have (# of children, a fantastic husband or wife, etc).
And I gave them an extra big hug and an extra big thank you today.
And I would like to give you an extra big thank you as well! Without your support – well, we would have no business.
Our work and our home demands can make us all very busy – and we can sometimes spend so much time on ‘what’ we do that we can lose sight of ‘who’ we do it for – and that is our clients and customers.
By supporting our businesses and our services, you give us a chance to do what we love, to offer a service we are proud of, to make a difference, and to make a living.
Now that is a contribution!
So, please accept our sincere thank you and even a ‘virtual hug!’
All I ask right now is that you help spread the word – and thank someone in your life as well today.
Watch them smile.
And ask them to pay it forward and thank someone in their life.
It’s amazing how a simple little thank you can make such a big impact.
We just don’t hear it enough anymore… and we certainly don’t say it enough.
It costs nothing – and can be priceless.
Just for being you.
Have a great day and pass it on!
(insert your first name)
This article is offered compliments of (insert your name and title,) a Certified Professional Consultant on Aging (CPCA)®. CPCAs are committed to providing exceptional service, and have supplemented their professional training by learning about the unique and changing needs of the age 50+ population.
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