WordStormPR in the Media

A feeling of excitement and satisfaction filled the air at WordStorm’s Monday morning meeting this week. All thanks to a small written sentence of acknowledgement mentioned in Retail World by one of our clients.

It’s always a thrill when our clients get media coverage but to see our own name in the lights was fantastic! After considering our overwhelming reactions I have found myself reflecting on the often underrated ‘thank you’.

There are so many things in life that we can be thankful for that often they are taken for granted. In a culture that is increasingly critical of its high achievers perhaps it is time for us to take a step back, relearn and practice the simple skill of acknowledgment. It really does not take much for a simple verbal or written thank you to go a long way.

As a keen traveller, I have noticed that ‘thank you’ is always one of the first words the guidebooks suggest you learn. 

So why do we say it?

To acknowledge someone for doing something for you?

To celebrate the effort being put in?

To recognise someone and express genuine appreciation?

To show gratitude for actions of goodwill?

All of the above and more.

It might be just two little words, but their meaning is big and very long lasting.


Taryn and the Stormettes

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