#39: Why do we like the ‘thank you’ so much?

  • With a question like this it’s also pretty tempting to think about how our thank yous and apologies have in many ways and in many situations become automatic, knee-jerk type responses. We don’t have to think about saying them as they just come blurting out anyway. I can’t argue with that. I don’t want to argue with that. It doesn’t really compromise why I like the ‘thank you’. In fact, I think it actually kind of helps.

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Shayan Kashani

Shayan Kashani

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