To all my customers — a very big thank you for believing in me.
Thank you customers for being patient with me when I may not have responded as quickly as you would have liked.
Thank you customers for your questions and your comments.
Not only does this show your interest, but it also helps keep me as sharp as I need to be.
To all of the prospects I’ve talked to this past year — thank you for your time. I look forward to having the opportunity to talk with you more.
Thank you to my competitors — although you may take business from me, it’s your continued presence that keeps me working even harder for my customers.
A very special Thanksgiving thank you to everyone in the office who supports me. Although there are times when we may disagree, it’s great to know we’re all working to help each other.
Thank you to my boss for not being as upset as you could be for the many mistakes I’ve made this past year! Your enthusiasm and support of me is something I know I can count on.
To the flight attendants, hotel clerks and others to who I may not have been as courteous as I should have been — let me give you my apologies and thank you for all you do to help business people every day.
To my family — where do I begin? There is no way I could ever do what I do without the support of you in good times and in bad times.
I’m thankful for my children. You don’t know how much support you are in giving me, as well as an amazing level of motivation to go out each day and make another sale.
A very special thank you to my spouse. Without you being my biggest cheerleader, I could not do what I do.
As a salesperson, each day I encounter numerous people who help make my day special. Thank you! I can only hope I’ve helped you as much as you’ve helped me.
Most of all I’m thankful for my faith in knowing I’m doing what I should be doing and hopefully making a positive impact on everyone with whom I come in contact.
Copyright 2015, Mark Hunter “The Sales Hunter.” Sales Motivation Blog. Mark Hunter is the author of High-Profit Selling: Win the Sale Without Compromising on Price.