Do you remember your first job? I do. When working the late night shift at the local grocery store, I couldn”t have asked for a worse boss. He didn”t care about my exams or my homework, and didn”t care about my future after high school. What I could have used was a boss interested in helping me become the person I wanted to be. I needed a boss who knew I wouldn”t work there forever, and that studying with no customers around was more beneficial than scrubbing the counters again.
A boss just like this one.
Nabiha Islam once worked at a Dairy Queen in Markham, Ontario, under owner Yvonne Lavasidis. She”s since left to become a doctor. In a true act of kindness, she recently wrote a thank you letter for the support she received while working for her former boss.
Yvonne, who received the letter last Monday, said that she was moved by Islam”s words.
(via Huffington Post)
Lavasidis also said, “I remember her as a very intelligent and hardworking individual. She was wonderful with our customers and a joy to work with… [and] her success is very well-deserved.”
I only wish that I felt the same way about my former boss. Either way, this shows you that for every success you have, there”s likely someone in the background lending a helping hand. Taking the time then to thank them can mean the world to them, and it costs you nothing.
Are you ready to send a letter now?