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November 12, 2007

Thank-you notes, gratitude, real life.

A good thank-you--a real thank-you--means something. It is notable, memorable, important.

--TS, April 2007

Last April Esquire Magazine's Tom Chiarella wrote a piece on thank-you notes; as part of his unlikely experiment in doing them, he wrote 91 handwritten ones in one week. It's called "A Little Gratitude: How to Change the Way the World Sees You, One Thank-You Note at a Time". We liked it 7 months ago when it came out, and we like it now. For the same issue, Chiarella also wrote "How to Write a Thank-You Note".

Posted by JD Hull at November 12, 2007 12:09 AM


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