Reach out to someone who made a difference in your life
Our too-hectic lives have a way of pulling us in every direction at once. So it’s not surprising that we sometimes lose track of people, even those who have affected our lives in positive ways—former teacher, a childhood friend, even a family member.
How should you get in touch? While there’s no single “right” approach, there’s still nothing like a handwritten message on distinctive stationery or a card with a note enclosed to make a great impression. Putting in the time and effort to create something personal and unique really helps show the sincerity of your thank-you message. Ready to get started? Try these tips.
Dear Ms. Calton...Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. Try these suggestions:
Make it sincerely yoursHelp your recipient remember who you are. Your first-grade teacher has had hundreds of students, so what’s the detail that will bring you immediately to mind?