The 3 Different Ways We Say Thanks – Which Way Do You Choose?

 
 

Thanks to our British colonialists, Canadians have learned how to say “Thank you.” We have a reputation of being easily apologetic, polite and generally “nice.” It is almost cultural to say “Thank you” many times a day as we interact with colleagues, family, friends and our daily environment. Similar to the casual way in which we say “Hello, how are you?” without really asking for a sincere response, we often say “Thank you” as a knee-jerk reaction, rather than opening our hearts to what this moment brings.

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