How Important Are The Words, Thank You?
When someone calls me, on the phone, I have learned, how important it is saying "Thank you for calling me".
Some times, in our busy schedule, we can some times, forget to say these two words but they are very important words to say, to others and mean them, as we are communicating with others in our phone call, to see, just how we may assist and help others. This may sound like a small thing to say but so many forget to say these simple words. These simple words, will have a big impact on others and are also common courtesy, that we all need to remember to say.
How many of us, need to remember these important words? I know, just how important these words are in my line of work and how people like to be remembered and how much I appreciate the opportunity to serve others. We all can get so busy in our everyday life and some times, we tend to forget, just how important these words can mean to others.
Thank you for calling me.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your family.
Thank you for remembering me.
Thank you for your business.
Thank you for giving me the job.
Thank you for trusting me.
We need to stand apart from others. So many forget, these simple words to use.
Also, in conversations with someone, mention there name. This means that you care and that you are listening to him or her. Make things personal as you are speaking. Show others, that it is about the relationship and not the sale.
We need to say, Thank you in the beginning of the phone call or in person meeting as well as say thank you again, after the phone call or in person meeting.
When we show others that we care, it goes a long way. Remember things about him or her, so in your next meeting on the phone or in person meeting or a Zoom Call, that you mention things about what you discussed in your prior meeting. Make notes of your conversation to show others that you care and that you want to do every thing you can to assist him or her and to let them know, he or she is not just a number. Make things personal and really show you care. Have passion in your voice and ask questions and be able to answer questions and if you do not know the answer to questions, be able to have those questions answered the next time you chat on the phone or the in person meeting or internet meeting or Zoom Call.
In the beginning of the phone call, say thank you and at the end of the phone call, say thank you.
Show others how you stand apart and how grateful you are, for the opportunity to serve others.
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