Say thank you to deepen a friendship, repair a bond, to make sure another person knows what they mean to you. Try it, you'll like it.
I was taught from a young age to say thank you. It’s the polite thing to do! I teach my children and students to show appreciation and respect and expect them to do so when they received kindness from others.
I also want to thank my colleagues with whom I had the pleasure of working during my career. I ask everyone who feels the need to show their appreciation to send me a recorded message, video, or audio and mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, make sure you clearly identify yourselves for my planned reel. MUCHAS GRACIAS!
Thanks and Kudos for the January 6 Committee. 20 million American TV viewers is a step in the road to recovery.
Sometimes, though, it can be difficult to say thank you in a way that truly expresses how grateful we are. A simple “thank you” can seem like such a small thing to say when someone has done something that we really appreciate.
This is one of the reasons why I like to show my appreciation for all my LinkedIn connections and in three languages. It makes me a go-giver in addition to being a go-getter.
85 Ways to Say Thank You
The spontaneous thank you: Such power it wields. To awe. To rally. To cheer. And to motivate. But, well-timed spontaneity takes planning.
Sensible, or off-the-wall, whatever the personality type, so you can do the fun part. Kudos at the speed of thanks!!!
22 Delightful Ways to Say Thank You!
- I appreciate what you did.
- Thanks for thinking of me.
- Thank you for your time today.
- I value and respect your opinion.
- Your kind words warmed my heart.
- I wanted to take the time to thank you.
- I really appreciate your help. Thank you.
The importance of gratitude
Other Ways To Say “Thank You”
So thank you for reading my blog post and…
- French = Merci.
- German = Danke.
- Italian = Grazie.
- Portuguese = Obrigado.
- Farsi/Persian = Mam'noon.
- Hindi/Indian = Dhanyavaad… etc.