As you know I hopped a red eye last night, or what it this morning…? More like nightish morningish, depending on the timezone. Never the less I’m here and vertical thanks to the help of this…
My first stop in the Big Apple was this beautiful building to see one of my favorite Associate Producers, Stephanie Dahle.
where we chatted about our lives and business, business and our lives, on Forbes’s rooftop.
I thought about staying all day, but you know what they say about a guest who wears out their welcome.
Next, Stephanie toured me around the magazine and introduced me to the bright minds behind Forbes Video and Forbes Women. Now, here is the moral of this blogging story. Last time I was in NYC, or the past few times I’ve been in NYC, I’ve saved the follow-up process until I arrive home.
My gracious living buzzer.
Why is it going off?
Bad idea… at least for me. Even etiquette consultants aren’t immune from the thank-you guilt or the overwhelmed feeling when the business cards start to stack-up.
Not to mention, who wants to write a kind note under those conditions?
This time, I came prepared with:
When I arrived home, I jotted down a few quick words, stamped them and popped them in the mail! That easy and totally guilt free!