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Apr 3, 2018

“A personal note says the right words at the right time to the right person.” — Brian Buffini

Personal notes are powerful. At a time when many of us rarely receive items aside from bills, magazines, and junk mail, a handwritten personal note is sure to stand out. In this episode, Brian Buffini delves into the impact personal notes have had on his business and shares tips to help you incorporate it as part of your morning habit. You’ll learn why personal notes are so effective, seven surefire steps to help you get started when you’re just not sure what to write, and how a personal note may help you land your next job or client. Build better relationships with your clients, family, friends, and people you meet with the help of a personal note. By the end of the episode, you’ll be setting goals and building the habit of writing them every day.

 

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“There isn’t only one key to success; but nothing in my business has taken less time, cost less money and produced bigger results than a personal note.” — Brian Buffini

“It’s a lifestyle for me to write personal notes. It’s as much a part of who I am as what I do.” — Brian Buffini

“It’s simple to do, but it’s easy to put off.” — Brian Buffini

“Common sense is not common practice.” — Brian Buffini

 

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5 Comments
  • three and a half years ago
    Dominick
    Hi Brian, great episode. I ordered 200 notes and am going to start. One question...how do you get everyone’s addresses that you normally wouldn’t have?

    For instance, I get a new real estate lead, I don’t have their address. Or a waiter at a restaurant, I wouldn’t have their address. Thoughts?
  • three and a half years ago
    Melinda Flynn
    Listened to the power of personal notes at the gym this morning instead of tuning in to the 15 tv monitors in front of the treadmills. It’ll be a great day! Thank you Brian and Buff & Co.!
  • three and a half years ago
    Jim Fazackerley
    You might get a kick out of this. Following a habit that I learned from coming to several Mastermind events with my realtor wife, I wrote a personal note last summer to George Bush Sr. Commending him about a bipartisan message he put out in the media. Sure enough, he sent me a handwritten note of thanks for cheering up his day.

    I can think of no better illustration to prove your point Brian ! Needless to say, I’m a big believer in personal notes.
    Thanks for sharing that “secret.”
  • three and a half years ago
    Frederic
    Very inspiring and simple tool !
    Thanks !
    Question : who do you write a thank you note to ? Family friends customer seems to be obvious choice. But should I write a thank you note to my boss or co worker ?

    Thanks,
    Frédéric
  • three and a half years ago
    Patrick Sullivan
    Dear Brian, your pod cast has become part of my every day life. Wether I’m in my car, in my home office, or brushing my teeth, I have it playing! It’s just as habitual to me as getting a cup of coffee. Your mentors have become my mentors and I still think of our 1 or 2 minutes we had together at your book signing in Richmond Sucess tour. Thank you for taking the time to produce this wonderful pod cast.
    All my best! Pat Sullivan
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