In this great forum, it is really easy to GIVE "Thanks" at the click of the button. Most warriors don't do it often enough. I am personally guilty of that.
I have met some wonderful and extremely helpful warriors here. This is something I will always treasure.
I wish I was here when I first started my IM journey. Things would have been a lot smoother with the help of fellow warriors.
On the other hand, It is much harder to EARN / RECEIVE "Thanks" from my observation.
If fellow warriors go out of their way to help us out (often in great length and detail), the least that we can do is to click the button and say "Thanks".
Believe me, this small gesture really means a lot to those who try to help us with their best intention and to the best of their ability.
WF and this world we live in will be a much better place with the attitude of gratitude.
Let me start by saying:
Thank You Warriors
Remember that if you thank fellow warriors on your thread, they are more likely to come back and help you when you start a new thread asking for help.
So it is a win-win situation.
A few days ago I commented on a thread in great length and tried to help as much as possible. The OP thanked me, but 5 minutes later he removed the "Thanks". .......... LOL.
Perhaps my suggestion was not good enough and didn't deserve to be "thanked" after all.
The point is, I will be less likely to offer help if he is asking for it in the near future.
Human nature, I guess.
The more you give, the move you receive.
Sounds like I am preaching. I am NOT.
Have a good day!
P.S. Thank you for reading my post. If you find it helpful, please share it with other warriors.