How often do we experience poor customer service? Then we frequently hear, “customer service is not what it used to be?” There are also times when staff of companies or corporations excel at their jobs. Today was one of those examples where multiple individuals exceeded my expectations in assisting me. I’m gladly sending kudos to CarMax of Plano, McKinney and Irving, TX. They assisted me with lost documents whereas another company’s customer service was almost nonexistent.
Our daily life’s routine can at times seem frustrating or even overwhelming. When individuals are a blessing to me, I term them, “God hugs.” It’s a reminder that God is walking with me no matter what life holds. Also, as we meet others on our path, we never know what they might be experiencing. Our appreciation for their assistance and service can be as much a blessing to them, as they were to us.
I carry business card sized “thank you cards” in my purse. When someone goes out of their way to offer assistance or kindness, I hand them a card with my verbal thanks and a reminder that gratitude is something which none of us can give too much. Ruth 1:8 NLT, “May the Lord reward you for your kindness…”
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GREAT ideas here. It is always better to be cheerful and thankful..than rude and not caring!! Sometimes we forget.. Thanks for the reminder .. Hope you are having a great day! Shirley
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Thank you Shirley….I know it’s also a way for our “light to shine.”