I don’t say “Thank You” as often as I should and I know I’m the only one.
Let’s cover some common situations when we say all sorts of things, but should say “Thank You” instead.
Say “Thank You” when you’re receiving a compliment.
You don’t acknowledge the person who is sweet enough to compliment us.. Simply saying “Thank You” fully acknowledges the person who made the compliment and we enjoy the moment as well.
Say “Thank You” when you’re comforting someone.
When someone comes to you with bad news, it can be awkward. You want to be a good friend, but most people don’t know what to say.
What we fail to realize is that it doesn’t matter if you don’t know what to say. All you really need is to be present and thank them for trusting you.
Say “Thank You” when you’re receiving helpful feedback.
Respond to helpful feedback with thanks and use it to become better.
Say “Thank You” when you’re running late.
It’s stressful for the person who is running late and it’s disrespectful to the person who is waiting.
Correct response is Thank you..but Most people stumble and say, “Sorry I’m late.”
Saying “Thank You” d acknowledges the sacrifice the other person made by waiting. Thank you for waiting.
Say “Thank You” when someone gives you voluntarily advice.
I think most people are just trying to be helpful, but hearing someone’s opinion about you when you didn’t ask for it can be annoying.
The better approach. Just say “Thank You.
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