How to Write Thank You Letters
by Dianna Booher
Gifts, hospitality, help, encouragement on a big project, great service. All of these are special occasions for expressing gratitude to your friends, family, and colleagues. Don’t miss these opportunities to cement relationships by forgetting to say thank you.
And if you’re going to take the time to write a letter, note, or email, make it count. Say something meaningful that comes from your heart—something that doesn’t sound like a pre-printed card or cliché that everyone else writes on such occasions. Make your letter or note one that they’ll read more than once—and maybe even file away for years as a memento of your relationship and the occasion.
If you can’t find the right words to express your gratitude in a way to make the reader feel special, try this professionally written package of thank you letters and notes.
In How to Write Thank You Letters, you’ll find samples for both personal and business situations:
You have two choices to use How to Write Thank You Letters. Either …
1. Download the PDF package and select the sample thank you letter you need. Then copy and paste it into Microsoft Word or any other word processor. Send it out.
2. Read samples to “get the flavor” of what the thank you letter or note should say. Then “pick and choose” sentences you like to use in composing your own thank you letter or note.
Total Number of Thank You Letters: 84
Total Number of Situations/Topics: 51
If you need a thank you letter to express your gratitude in a great big way—and yet you can’t find exactly the right words to do the job right—order How to Write Thank You Letters today and select the perfect words for your special person or situation.