The Subtle Power of Please and Thank You

Marjorie Saulson
Aug 10, 2018 · 1 min read

Seemingly simple conversations, such as arranging appointment times, or responding to compliments, have the potential to either reflect well on you or not.

How you relate to other people has a huge influence on what is now commonly referred to as the know, like and trust factor in building positive relationships.

The simple and incredibly under-appreciated phrases please and thank you play a crucial role in this area.

Watch this short video to find out why I am absolutely convinced that good manners are good business.

(And if you think I’m sounding too much like a nagging mother, that’s probably because that’s part of who I am.)

Originally published at Vibrant Vocal Power, Inc..

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