Hand written notes. I feel like that that is a dying profession or dying what do we say nicety if you will a courtesy. It’s very unusual to get a handwritten note and even I saw the other day somebody it was actually my assistant brought it to me and said Hey what if we typed something up but it made it look like handwritten. And I said no it totally defeats the purpose. The idea is to really sit down and handwrite the note and very specifically don’t just write some cheese ball line that you write in every single card but really write something that is genuine to that person otherwise why bother doing it? So again it’s about really making those connections with your people and I hand write notes to everybody I hand write notes to and I’m not old. Those of you that know me I’m I’m not an old lady and Scott could attest to that. So it’s not from that it’s because I actually believe that it’s a really nice gesture that people still today are surprised and taken aback by you taking the time to actually do. And it really does mean something. So I I would say that that’s one routine that never goes away. Me personally I write about 30 a week.
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