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September 06, 2011

The Million Dollar Handwritten Thank-You Note: It Happens.

Don't be White Collar Trash. Don't mess this one up. Just do it. If you are interviewing, prospecting for clients or have great clients giving you new work, write handwritten notes on non-wanker non-prole stationery every time you can. Do it early and often. Crane's or Tiffany's--and the simpler the design, the better. No e-mails. Handwritten thank-you notes work.


Posted by JD Hull at September 6, 2011 11:20 PM


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