Handwritten notes and thank-yous count! The less other people send them, the more impact yours will have. Invest a little analog time in a digital world, and you’ll give your contacts another reason to remember you.
Gestures I have on my desk two thank-you notes and a birthday card, all received recently as tokens of appreciation. These aren’t just nice — they’re examples of how old-school etiquette can work in your favor. Let’s begin by saying that I do my best to be impartial when we’re offering referrals and contracting. Sending … Read more