We've previously discussed on this blog how writing thank you notes to business contacts can set you apart from your professional peers and help you advance in your career. So few people take the time to write notes by hand that it is sure to make a lasting impression, whether you are thanking a potential employer for an interview or reaching out to a former coworker you have not seen in a while.
We also recently mentioned how Peter Gasca wrote in Entrepreneur magazine that he likes to tuck a business card inside every business-related thank you note. This is a great touch that subtly and tactfully invites your contact to keep you in mind for future networking and collaborative opportunities without being pushy or obnoxious. Here are some tips to follow if you decide to take Gasca's advice:
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