Two Words at Christmas

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Happy Thursday!

Have you written your Christmas cards yet?

If not, may I suggest that you start your notes with two words:

Thank you.

I’m almost finished writing my Christmas cards for the year and I started each one of them the same…with those two magic words.

Why?

Because everyone to whom I am writing a card has helped me in some way this year.

So don’t just wish them a happy holiday or a great time with family. Use the opportunity to thank them.

Be specific if possible. Look back on the year and thank each person for helping you to make it a great year.

One thing is for sure…your card will stand out and they’ll read it again and again.

Remember, you’re a Revolutionary. You’re not average. So don’t send a bland message. Make your card one to remember.

With Gratitude,

Matt McWilliams
Matt McWilliams.com | Life. Leadership. Love. Learned the Hard Way

 

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  • Kirbie Earley

    I had not considered writing Christmas Cards until I read this. I haven’t sent Christmas Cards in years really, but then, as I’m reading, it occurs to me that I have a stack of business cards from people who have attended my workshops over the last year and they deserve a Thank You Holiday Greeting from me, so I will be sure to pick some up tonight when I run out.

    Thanks Matt! What a great way to remind people that they matter to me!

    • I’m sending more than 150 this year :)

      And the thing is I mean every one of them.

      • Kirbie Earley

        That’s awesome! I bought 32 but I think I will need more. I have the cards here at home but went to the store from the office. They’re on my desk for a weekend project. I’m so excited to get them going!

  • Great thoughts, Matt! I appreciate the reminder.