In my village, gratitude was a virtue. People were encouraged to show appreciation, at least twice, for a good deed.

As children, they taught us to thank people immediately. Afterwards, we went to their homes early in the morning to show more appreciation. Later

Gratitude begets good deeds. People feel good about themselves and are willing to do more acts of kindness.

Recently, an orange seller thanked me profusely for buying from her. She celebrated me like an Olympic gold medalist. She explained that my purchase meant a lot to him.

She was right. There were many other women selling oranges around.

Likewise, you may not be the only one doing the sort of business you do. If someone makes the decision to walk through your doors, be appreciative. too

Consider 3 significant ways to be grateful. important

Welcome your clients with warmth.

Let them feel you’re happy and proud to have them around. Your online presence should as well contribute to this.

Say hello to people who mention you in their social media comments or give a review.

Your process must be smooth.

Don’t let your clients go through a war zone while doing business with you. Deliver your services or products to clients in an effortless, fluent and easy manner. simple

Say thank you.

And at the end, say thank you like you really mean it. Perhaps, send a thank you card, an email, or a WhatsApp.

Embed a culture of gratitude in your business, and people would love working for and with you.