“Thank you” are two of the most powerful words in any language.
Saying ‘thank you’ shows respect to a person and acknowledges them for a job well done.
To great leaders, saying ‘thank you’ is natural – especially in their personal lives. They thank people for holding doors, for delivering packages, for providing a lending hand – even for saying ‘thank you’.
Great business leaders also frequently say ‘thank you’ in their business lives. They thank employees, not just for a job well done – but even for a job that simply meets expectations. Great leaders recognize that ‘thank you’ are two powerful and motivating words.
I read an interesting article on the subject recently. Check it out here.
Don’t believe me? Try saying ‘thank you’ to at least ten people today. You’ll put smiles on their faces, a bounce in their step – and you will encourage them to work harder and enjoy what they’re doing at the same time.
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