I was working on a short presentation on “thank you” with my friend, Melissa, the last few days. The time we spent was fun, thought-provoking, and profound.
It’s a funny thing about “thank yous”. For the words to be meaningful, connected, and moving, they MUST be sincere – with no expectation of receiving anything in return. Yet if we authentically share a “thank you” with another person, it will come back a thousand fold and make us better in the process.
Thank you, Melissa. You made my week.
Enjoy the day,