Before people gamed every post for “Content Marketing” optimization, people used blogs to converse, including expressions of gratitude. I guess I am old school, so forget Google. It’s time to thank folks for their help last week with the Punish… Read More »Thank You for the Civilination Help
What happened to the lost art of thank you?
Returning to basic relationship principles is a constant theme in marketing conversation. If you want to build on relationships, then say thank you.
Yet, in this fast age of Internet business and new millennium expectations, people say thanks less frequently.
Consider the receipt or post transaction communication most people get from companies, either online or in real person. You get hit up with coupons and requests to buy more. Personally, one of the best parts about buying the old fashioned way in a store are the smart clerks who invariably thank you and shake your hand. Go Nordstroms!
On October 29, my beautiful girl Soleil turned two years old.
People that know me understand how much I love my daughter, something I’ve written about before on this blog. But many of you don’t know why I am so grateful.
Of course, normal parental love factors into it. There’s also the very desperate reality I faced about infertility and not being able to father a child.
Rarely do you hear male fertility discussed, and that’s probably because from a guy’s perspective it’s akin to or even worse than erectile dysfunction.
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