To write successful POWER notes, individuals must follow seven steps:
Use personalized or monogrammed cards to make notes more special.
Use blue ink to make notes look original and positive.
Use the word “you,” but avoid the words “I,” “me,” and “my.”
Be specific and compliment the character or a unique quality of the recipient.
Utilize the power of positive projection by identifying a trait they want to improve and expressing respect for the recipient’s similar traits.
Focus on handwriting, making sure that the text slopes slightly upward and to the right.
Use the P.S. as a call to action (e.g., “P.S. Give me a call next week!”).