The Lost Art of Handwritten Notes

When was the last time you’ve written a thank you card or letter to someone? Probably a while for most. We live in an electronic world these days which, of course, is a great thing and makes us very efficient when communicating. That being said, don’t underestimate the power of a hand-written note to someone. I keep a stack of thank you cards by my desk so that they’re quick and easy to write. It only takes a couple of minutes to write one. You can always customize these as well with your name printed somewhere. In a time where you rarely see this, it’s a great way to stand out from the crowd. Happy Easter to everyone!

2 thoughts on “The Lost Art of Handwritten Notes

  1. Handwritten notes are special in the digital age. I keep a supply of cards by the desk. Never know when you'll need one in a hurry. (Hint for us guys: You'll never forget that Valentines, anniversary or birthday card if you keep a stash.)

  2. Great thought, Bob. I'm a firm believer that the more you can dumb something down (i.e., keeping a stash by your desk) the more you'll do it : )

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