How To Express Gratitude In Business

At Thanksgiving time, we usually reflect on how much we appreciate our family, friends, and the loved ones in our lives, but as a business owner, I find myself adding my clients to my gratitude list. As a Business and Marketing coach, I am truly grateful to my clients who have touched me both personally and professionally.
As we know, a company is only as good as its owner, so work must be done not only on a revenue/productivity level, but also on a personal level. The relationships I have acquired through my business require trust and sharing and I appreciate them greatly.
This Thanksgiving, I am looking back at a prosperous year with true gratitude to my clients who helped to make this happen. We all work very hard to have successful businesses and I thought I would share with you some ideas to demonstrate gratitude to our clients and colleagues:
Referrals: Our intimate knowledge of each other’s expertise can be appreciated by giving a referral! Talk about each other. There is no better referral than word of mouth.
Testimonials: I know we are busy, but finding the time write a testimonial is enormously helpful. Once received, they can be used on all of our marketing collateral, including our most important websites.
Social Sharing: There are simple things we can do on social media — post on our clients’ accounts, share their newsletters, share their posts, and equally ask for a share.
I am grateful for the opportunity to work with so many smart, talented people and for the chance to be a part of their journeys.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to pause and think about how your clients have touched your life and be thankful for them.
Have a beautiful, gratitude-filled Thanksgiving holiday!
With Warm Regards,
Shelly Berman-Rubera
SBR-Small Business Results

Shelly is committed to teaching you exactly what to do or can alternatively execute on your behalf. As a serial entrepreneur, she has hands-on experience and wisdom to move you quickly towards your desired results. She is an inspiring strategist and brilliant wordsmith, believing that what we say and how we say it, ultimately compels others to engage with us. Shelly is considered one of the top business coaches in today’s business world.