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Xxavier T.

Great point. The power of a thank you note or e-mail is very underestimated. An associate of mine referred me to a business contact that was in a position to help improve my bottom line tremendously. When I did not get a positive response from the contact, I e-mailed my associate thanking him for his support. Several weeks later I received a phone call from my associate. He gave me information regarding a new contact and had bumped into the original prospect at a social function. They spoke at length regarding my project. Needless to say, this renewed the interest of the first contact, and he is personally reviewing my proposal. My business associate appreciated my southern manners and really wanted to be a part of helping my business grow.

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