Text someone and let them know you appreciate them

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Casual Words of Appreciation

These phrases are appropriate for business relationships, casual friends, and acquaintances who have gone the extra mile for you.

  • I just wanted to let you know—the things you do for (me, the company, our group) do not go unnoticed. You’re a necessary piece to this puzzle. I appreciate your dedication and service, and I know others do too.

  • Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your commitment. You are not only a valued member of this group, you’re a dear friend. I can’t imagine working without you.

  • You’re the heart and soul of this team. I appreciate your dedicated commitment.

  • I only wish to aspire to the things you’ve achieved. Telling you that you’re “appreciated” does not do your service justice. You’re the best!

  • You do such a great job! Keep it up.

  • Let me encourage you today: you’re not only on the right track. You set the course for the rest of us. I appreciate you.

  • The difference you make is nothing short of legendary.

  • I can’t imagine the world without you. I only know it would be a much different, much less comforting place.

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How does it work?

There are infinite opportunities for kindness. We’ve currated over 365 act of kindness for every day of the year.

1. Join a kindness initiative.

You can make a positive impact today or 365 days of the year, it's really up to you!

2. Go for it!

Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.

3. Share and let it ripple!

Share on social media and inspire by encouraging others with words, images or video.