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Letter to team thank you for your positivity and hard work
January 25, 2019 Holiday Thanks 1 comment

We know it's important to give positive feedback in response to a job well done. When that credit is not given, over time they will redirect their effort and contributions We are thrilled to have you on our team and this is exactly why we need you. I appreciate your critical thinking around this project.

Below, you will find thank you note examples to thank your boss for help, support, mentoring, work anniversary wishes, opportunities, recognition, appreciation and for being the best boss ever!

For other thank-you to your boss samples on different topics, check out these posts:

Tips for thanking your boss

  • Tip #1: If your boss sends you an appreciation email or tells in person, a simple reply of “Thank You” may be enough. The examples below will be longer messages as I imagine different situations when a boss may express appreciation.
  • Tip #2: Don't make unfavorable comparisons to other bosses. For example, don’t write, "You are so much better than John as a boss."
  • Tip #3: Be specific, if there was something specific that you want to thank the boss for. The examples below are based on hypothetical situations, so if you can be more specific, your note may be perceived as better (you can also download my How to write a better thank-you note guide). In the examples, words like project, process, program, or position, could be replaced with what is relevant for your situation.
  • Tip #4: Read through all of the examples for inspiration. If you are copying and pasting into an email, you could combine bits for different examples.

Thank you note layout

Your thank you note can look like this:

Dear [Boss's Name],

Write the thank you message here. Usually, this will be 2-4 sentences.

Thanks again!

[Your Name]

You may also want to read How to write a thank-you note in 5 easy steps.

The examples below are for the center section (the 2-4 sentences). Replace words in [brackets] as appropriate for your situation.

Thank you note to the boss for help, support, and mentoring 

  1. Thank you for your help and support while I was out recovering from being ill for a few weeks. I am grateful that you were able to coordinate with the team to get my work covered and not have and that they were not any disruptions with the clients. You are a wonderful boss. I look forward to returning to work on [return date].
  2. I am grateful for your support during the time I was out sick. Your support helped me not to worry. I was able to rest and feel confident that you and the team were able to do my work that couldn't wait for my return. Thank you for making sure nothing was missed.
  3. Thanks for all of your support when I needed to be out of the office unexpectedly when my dad had a stroke. Not having to worry about what was happening at work or who would be doing my job was a blessing. You make it easy to feel confident when someone on the team needs to be out, as you always make sure the work gets covered.
  4. You are an outstanding boss. I was concerned about having to be out on short term disability. Thank you for your understanding and support. I will be sure to pay it forward someday when given the opportunity.
  5. I want to tell you how much I appreciate the time you've spent mentoring me during my first few months on the job. The training classes have been okay, but your extra insights added to my understanding. Because of you, I feel that I got up to speed faster. I look forward to being able to work independently soon!
  6. Thank you for being a great mentor! I appreciate all the help you've given me with [new skill/project name]. I am also thankful that you have been patient will all my questions as I strive to learn everything that I can. You are a wonderful boss!
  7. I appreciate all the help you've given me. Your support with this new project has been fantastic as the customer's expectations have been much higher than anticipated. [Client name] told me last week that the level of service is unlike any they have had previously. While they don't know how much extra time you've been giving to help out, I do! Because of you, we've been able to secure the new contract.
  8. Thank you for helping me with [whatever the boss helped with]. I admire your dedication to not only me but the entire team. Our team is better because of your continued involvement.
  9. I am thankful for your support with [whatever/how the boss is supporting you]. I am confident enough to do the process independently next month!

Thank you note to the boss for work anniversary wishes

  1. Thank you for the anniversary wishes! It was kind of you to recognize my 10th year of working year. I hope for many more successful years!
  2. The certificate for my 15th anniversary is terrific and will look lovely framed. I will display it proudly on my desk. Thank you for organizing the card from the team as well.
  3. Whew! I've been on your team now for three years. Thank you for wishing me a happy work anniversary!
  4. I am glad to be on your team! I appreciate the "happy anniversary" for my eight years of working here. It's been quite a journey, and I've learned a great deal.
  5. Your kinds word about me during the past four years on your team, made my day! You are gracious and kind. Thank you for recognizing my work anniversary.
  6. Thank you for wishing me a happy 10th anniversary! The time sure did fly by as I love working here and what I have the privilege to do each day.
  7. I am thankful for your anniversary message! You said such kind things about my work performance. I am happy to be on your team.
  8. You are such a thoughtful boss! Thank you for wishing me a happy anniversary!
  9. Wishing me a happy anniversary was a pleasant surprise! I will enjoy the gift card to [restaurant name]. Thank you!

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Thank you note to the boss for the opportunity

  1. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work on [project]. The challenge took me out of my comfort zone. I learned a lot about [topic], and I looked forward to coming to work every day. I am grateful that you choose me for the project.
  2. I am grateful to you for offering me so many opportunities to try out. The variety of positions and tasks are helping me to identify where I went to go next in my career. I appreciated that you didn't keep only doing [position] since I was good at it. I am excited to learn and try different types of work.
  3. You've been a wonderful boss! Thank you for alerting me to the new opportunity on the new team that is being formed. As you know, I am looking for a new challenge and look forward to starting on the new team in a couple of weeks. Also, thank you for recommending me to [new team's boss's name]. Since I didn't know her at all, I think your words helped her decide that I am a good fit for the new team.
  4. The conference was amazing last week! Thank you for giving me the chance to go along with [name of the person you went with]. I learned many things just from being on the plane with him! I also made some promising connections at the event.
  5. I am so excited to be able to help with the special project. Thank you for giving me the opportunity. I look forward to utilizing my skills in [program/your skill area] to help the project be a success.
  6. Thank you for looking for opportunities for me among your network of connections. Your recommendation has helped me to be awarded some of the new contract work. I hope to be able to "pay it forward" someday as I build my network.
  7. I enjoyed our lunch meeting last week. Thank you for taking the time to join me and explain the new positions that are coming open on your team. I welcome the opportunity for a change in position with different types of work than I've been doing for the past three years.
  8. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work with [person's name]. I have learned so much from [him/her] during the past few weeks. You were right to partner us together as we've worked so well together. The project is more successful with both of our contributions.
  9. I am enjoying the challenges in the new position! Thank you for letting me about the opportunity as it changed my life. I didn't know how much I would love this type of work. I appreciate that you encouraged me to give it a try.

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Thank you note to the best boss ever

Note: By naming your boss the "best boss ever" that implies that every other boss you've had wasn't the best. So, be careful what you say as you never know who else will see the note. And it's also possible that different bosses can be the "best boss ever" in different ways.

  1. Thank you for being the best boss I've ever had. You are great at organizing the team and projects. I also like how you look out for opportunities for not just me, but everyone on the team, that will help us to grow our skills.
  2. Working for you makes the job feel less like a job. I enjoy working with you and others on the team. Your integrity is admirable, and by far, you are the best boss I have worked with. Thank you for being an awesome, fair, and motivated boss!
  3. You are the best boss ever! Thank you for your ongoing flexibility with my schedule and letting me work from home whenever I need or want to. Not having to make the long commute every day of the week is nice as I can spend extra time with my family on those days.
  4. Thank you for being an awesome boss! Being on your team is an outstanding experience. I also appreciate that I can come to you with any issues or concerns and know that I can trust you to help solve the issue or direct me to the correct person that can help.
  5. I am grateful to have you as my boss. You've been excellent to work for. I am thankful that you do not micromanage me or others on the team and trust us to complete the work as needed.
  6. Have I told you lately that you are the best? I feel fortunate to have ended up on your team during the latest reorganization. Your leadership and guidance have proved quite valuable as I have excelled in the position.
  7. I like having you as my boss. You are kind, friendly, and manage the team well which makes for a pleasant working environment. Thank you for being awesome!
  8. Thank you for always being so willing to help me. You are the best boss ever! I admire your leadership and knowledge of all of the products we work on.
  9. You are amazing! Thank you for being the best boss ever! I will feel fortunate to have been placed on your team. Your management style works well with me.

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Sample thank you note to the boss for recognition or appreciation

  1. Thank you for appreciating me! I was astonished when you shared about my contributions to [Project Name] in the staff meeting. I am looking forward to the next big project!
  2. Thank you for sharing with me that you are pleased with the work I have done for [project]. Knowing that I am exceeding expectations feels good! Your guidance had helped.
  3. I am grateful for your kind words of appreciation. Thank you for sharing with me that you and the team are happy with the work I have delivered.
  4. Thank you for letting me know how much you and the client appreciated that I was able to provide the requested results on early. It made working the extra hours feel worth it.
  5. You are such a wonderful boss. Thank you for letting me know how much you appreciated the extra work I put in last week to meet the deadline. I also liked how how recognized my efforts at the team meeting without sounding like a brag! I was happy to help out the team (and ultimately the customer) by putting in additional hours to help get the project done.
  6. I will always remember your words of recognition and gratitude in my promotion letter. They are the nicest things a boss has ever said about me, and I'm glad others know how proud you are of me. I hope to make my next boss just as proud in the new position.
  7. Thank you for recognizing me at the conference! I was surprised to learn that I set the regional sales record for the year. You were sneaky to keep that from me the week leading up to the event! I will enjoy the bonus that comes along with being #1! I also felt blessed to hear your words of appreciation.
  8. This note is a little overdue! I am thankful for the years of encouragement and appreciation I've received from you since joining your team and felt like I needed to share that with you. Your positive attitude has helped me to love coming to work every day. Knowing that you appreciate me and the entire team helps as all do better work.
  9. Wow! I am so happy to be the employee of the month. The letter that you submitted to nominate me was awesome. It felt amazing to be recognized at the all staff meeting. A few people have told me how glad they are that I was finally selected!
  10. Thank you for your wonderful words of appreciation and recognition of my work at the staff meeting! I have felt blessed to be on your team. I look forward to the success of the next team project!
  11. You are an inspiring boss! Your gratitude for the hard work the team puts in is appreciated. It makes working the extra hours feel not so bad. It was also nice of you to recognize that I've been with the company for 20 years at the last team meeting.

I hope these note examples helped you to thank your boss!

Use these sample thank you letters and emails to send to a team member at work employees, and this contributes to an upbeat and positive company culture. hard work, and your belief in their ability to continue to succeed in the future.

10 “Τhanks for your hard work” ideas for your employees

letter to team thank you for your positivity and hard work

Do you see the efforts of a team and want to encourage and congratulate the members? You can use these sample thank-you letters for inspiration on how to formally thank a team member in writing.

Sending thank you letters is an effective way to raise team morale and encourage strong and consistent ownership of new and continuing projects. Especially when your company doesn’t have the resources to award raises or promotions for excellent performance, the formal extension of a simple “thank you” note of sincere praise and gratitude can do wonders in heightening a team member’s confidence and level of job satisfaction.

Happy employees who feel noticed and appreciated are productive employees, and this contributes to an upbeat and positive company culture.

What to Include in Your Thank-You Note

Be specific about the project, and each individual’s contribution. Especially if the employees aren’t direct reports, mention what made them stand out, and be sure to copy their supervisor as well. 

In your note to the supervisor, you should praise by name any individuals on the project who really impressed you, as well as your appreciation for his or her management of the overall team.

Personalize Your Thank-You Notes

You should modify these notes to fit the specific project, task, and team composition. Be sure to provide descriptions of the specific contributions you are most impressed by – doing so provides valuable feedback about his or her work performance to an employee. It also inspires them to own and take pride in the particular skills and actions that have contributed to solid project outcomes.

Sending personal notes to each individual is the ideal strategy, as well as a general note of thanks to the overall team.

Team Thank-You Note and Email Examples

Use the following thank you notes as a starting point for your own correspondence. There are samples for a team member who is working hard, for a team member who is doing a great job, and a thank you for a team leader.

Sample Thank-You Letter for Team Member Doing Hard Work

Subject: Thank You for Your Hard Work

Dear Malcolm,

I really appreciate the effort you have put in on your team's current project. Our deadlines for this project having been challenging yet critical.

I know you have been putting in a lot of extra time, above and beyond the call of duty, and this has truly helped to ensure that we meet our benchmarks in a timely fashion. I'm so happy to see your hard work resulting in such success!

You are doing a great job contributing your talents and skills to the team. I'm looking forward to seeing the direction in which you are going to take your upcoming projects.

Sincerely,

Gwen

Sample Thank-You Letter for Team Member for a Great Job

Subject: Thank You for a Great Job

Dear Mackenzie,

I wanted to drop you a note to express my personal gratitude for the effort and extra time you put into the [insert name of] assignment.

There were several points where your excellent problem-solving skills and creativity allowed us to swiftly resolve issues that might have easily escalated into roadblocks. You have done wonderful work in contributing your talents and skills to the project. I'm looking forward to seeing what you can achieve in the future.

Sincerely,

Jim

Sample Thank-You Letter for a Team Leader

Subject: Thank You

Dear Malia,

I really appreciate the effort you have put in leading your team's current project. I know you have been putting in a lot of extra time, and you are truly inspiring and getting the most out of the skills and talents of your team members. A number of them have expressed to me their gratitude for the one-on-one guidance and support you’ve provided them, particularly as deadlines loom.

I’ve been analyzing your project’s benchmarks, and it’s clear that your great work is paying off in tangible results. I'm so happy to see your leadership yielding such success!

You’ve really proven your mettle as a very talented team leader, and I'm looking forward to seeing the direction in which you are going to take your upcoming projects.

Sincerely,

George

How to Send Your Note or Letter

You can send the notes via email or as a card or letter. If the person or team you are congratulating are not your direct reports, be sure to copy the team's or individual's supervisor as well so that the recipient knows that their good work is being noticed by management.

Offer encouragement for continued hard work, and your belief in their ability to continue to succeed in the future. Express your appreciation and faith in their talents.

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42 Thoughtful Appreciation Messages and Appreciation Notes for Employees at Work

letter to team thank you for your positivity and hard work

Whether it is their annual anniversary of holiday season, finding the right words to give thanks to your employees can be an important part of their job satisfaction. Here is a look at some good employee appreciation thank you messages that will encourage you to find the right words for your employees.

“A perfect employee is the one who inspires his boss as much as his boss inspires him. Thanks for being my inspiration.”

“All bosses would be cool and calm if they had efficient employees like you. Thank you.”

“Awards like Employee of the Month are of no value for employees like you perform well every single day of the year. Thank you.”

“Employees like you are the epitome of professionalism. Thank you for bringing your best to work every single day.”

“From friendship to mentorship to leadership, you have given this company a warm kinship in every possible form. Thanks.”

“I am thankful for having employees like you who never shirk responsibility even if it means taking blame when mistakes are made. Thank you.”

“I hold you in HIGH regard because you have created HIGH benchmarks for other employees with your HIGH quality work. Thank you.”

“I’ll bet you didn’t think anyone noticed all that you do. That’s why it’s important that I take this moment to say thanks so much.”

“If your perseverance and integrity were contagious diseases, everyone at work would be as perfect as you. Thanks for doing a good job.”

“Interns admire you, your colleagues respect you and your boss trusts you – thank you for being a great role model for everyone around you.”

“It takes a college degree to get a nice job but it takes a lot of hard work to get appreciation from your employer. Thank you for working hard.”

“My words can never be enough to praise your actions because your work always meets my expectations. Thank you.”

“No job is too big or too small for you. Thanks for always jumping in and helping out.”

“Successful companies are run by successful entrepreneurs who hire successful employees. Thank you for being a key part of this chain.”

“Thank you for being so committed. It’s only a matter of time that all your efforts will be duly remitted.”

“Thank you for bringing your positive attitude to work every day. Projects become easier to execute, changes become easier to implement and problems become easier to solve.”

“Thank you for realizing that by taking ownership of every project, you have taken ownership of your own success.”

“Thank you for showing all your colleagues that the pursuit of excellence is the best way to climb up the organizational ladder in this company.”

“Thank you for taking the initiative. Success can never be achieved unless someone, like you, has the vision and desire to initiate it.”

“Thanks for backing up the credentials in your resume with hard work, perseverance and loyalty to the company.”

“Thanks for being an asset to the company, a trusty subordinate to your boss and a source of inspiration for your colleagues.”

“Thanks for being an employee who is as hungry for challenges and excellence as much as for recognition and promotions.”

“Thanks for being that employee who assumes leadership when the boss is not around and ensures compliance when he is.”

“Thanks for shouldering responsibility and putting the company’s interests ahead of your own.”

“Thanks for treating the company’s problems as your own. You have what it takes to be a terrific employee and a future leader.”

“The walls of our office would be weakened without your presence. Thank you for standing strong.”

“The world of business survives less on leadership skills and more on the commitment and dedication of passionate employees like you. Thank you for your hard work.”

“Two thumbs up! Your achievement is the direct result of your dedicated effort towards reaching your goal.”

“You are our company’s perfect catch and an ideal employee whose performance no one else can match. Thank you.”

“You are so irreplaceable to this company that it makes me wonder whether you are my greatest strength or greatest weakness. Thanks.”

“You are the employee that every intern dreams of becoming, every colleague thinks of having and every boss wishes he had. Thank you.”

“Your biggest achievement in this company has not just been winning all the contracts, but also winning your boss’s trust. Thank you and well done.”

“Your enthusiasm is a personality trait that cannot be learnt and a skill which cannot be taught. Thank you for being the life of the workplace.”

“Your excellence and brilliance have always made for a stunning performance at work. Thanks for bringing so much permanence to our company.”

“Your extra effort, dedication, insights and opinions are all extremely valuable to the successful undertakings of this organization.”

“Your objectivity sets you apart from other leaders, and makes you easy to share ideas with.”

“Your professionalism embodies the company philosophy and your hard work is a prime example of how employees can further their careers in our organization. Thank you.”

There are many ways you can go about giving gratitude and showing employee appreciation during the holiday season. Finding the right words to say thanks can make a world of difference in letting them know how much he/she matters.

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30 Employee Appreciation Messages That Boost Company Culture

A happy employee is a productive employee. So how do you ensure you have happy employees? The answer is quite simple. You appreciate their hard work, you acknowledge their performance, you keep a happy culture, you understand their challenges, and you value them for their contribution. None of this, however, can be expressed explicitly through money or bonuses because monetary benefits don’t tend to create any lasting impact. Sure, it keeps an employee stuck in a job, but it doesn’t motivate them to do their best. In fact, most employees feel extremely stressed when they have good money in a job, but not enough motivation to do their work well. This is why it’s so important to boost your employees’ morale and to ensure that they have strong reasons to do their best at their work.

While there are plenty of ways you can motivate and help employees excel, appreciation messages are one of the most important ways to make them feel great. A word of appreciation enhances people’s morale, gives them a good ego boost, and encourages them to do better.

Here’s a list of some of the coolest employee appreciation messages that boost company culture, enhance employee motivation levels, and ensure maximum productivity.

On Commitment

Nearly all employees are committed to their jobs. Excusing those with serious psychological problems, employees at a workplace are generally committed to getting their tasks done on time. This is why late-sittings cultures developed around the world as people worked hard round the clock to achieve their organization’s culture. Unfortunately, though, their commitment is often taken for granted and they are never given the due acknowledgment that they deserve.

Despite that, they never complain and always work hard to prove themselves. So, cut your employees some slack and try to appreciate them with kind messages. Do not, however, restrict these comments only for those who stay late or those who work over the weekend. Do this for people whose work speaks for them. Here are top 5 messages you can use for acknowledging commitment.

  1. Your commitment to your job makes us proud! We value your input and love to have you around to make us realize how important it is to stay committed even when faced with tight deadlines and difficult challenges.
  2. Thank you for everything you do. Your dedication to meet deadlines, your commitment to make every hour at work count is deeply appreciated. We love what you do and we hope you continue to give your best.
  3. Commitment is about doing your best and not abandoning ship even in the worst crisis. You have shown us commendable commitment during this time and we want you to know that we are happy to have you with us.
  4. Thank you for the late hours, the weekends, and all the extra time you gave to achieving targets. We love your commitment, but we also want you to stay happy and healthy. Here’s a coupon for your favorite spa and massage center! Take the stress off those muscles and come back rejuvenated.
  5. Your relentless commitment has inspired all of us to do our best regardless of the challenges we face. You continue to inspire us and gain our admiration with your work and dedication.

On a Positive Attitude

Positivity is a rare trait that very few acquire. People are usually pessimistic, sarcastic, rude or downright difficult when it comes to dealing with team members. This causes a negative impression in the organization, and an otherwise happy atmosphere becomes filled with negativity, grudges, and frustration. That being said, companies should learn to train negative employees to move towards positivity while appreciating people with positive behavior. Note though, that this shouldn’t be given just because an employee is happy-go-lucky, but rather when their positivity has helped calm a crisis, solved a problem or gotten the company through a tough time.

  1. Positivity is infectious, and you have clearly infected us with your positive attitude. Your reluctance to fail, your desire to persist, all the while keeping a smile on your face defines our company’s culture to remain positive even in the face of adversity.
  2. Your positivity helps us believe that goals can be achieved and success can be attained if we really believe in them and work hard to make them come true. Thank you for keeping faith, boosting morale, and doing your best!
  3. You’ve got a winner’s attitude! No problem is too complex to solve, no mountain too high to climb. You clearly show determination to beat the odds and we love it.
  4. You clearly don’t let problems limit you. We appreciate your relentless efforts and hope you keep the spirit alive with your determination.
  5. Your healthy perspective, your objectivity, and your empathy make you a valuable asset to our team, and we appreciate your visionary contributions.

On Excellent Team Work

Organizations are no longer working on a solo basis. People are increasingly required to work in teams and achieve common objectives and therefore, being an efficient team player is a much-demanded soft skill. If you’ve got employees who work exceptionally well in a team and have achieved the admiration of their team members, you need to appreciate their skills. Some good teamwork messages could be:

 

  1. Your team loves you and admire your positivity, your patience, and your helpful nature. Thank you for your wonderful team spirit.
  2. Your people skills and your excellent communication skills make you an invaluable team member. We need more of people like you!
  3. Your ability to coordinate with remote team members and getting them aligned and onboard with tasks is truly commendable. We are happy to have an efficient team player with us.
  4. We love what you do for the team every day. Motivating them, helping them solve problems and of course being there for them. You truly are a valuable team player.
  5. Your ability to listen to others’ ideas with concern and an open mind creates an environment of mutual respect where relationships flourish.

On Excellent Management Skills

Managing tasks, deadlines, people, and juggling through the day requires excellent management skills. If you’ve got employees who are able to simplify processes, align tasks, and ensures a smooth process, then you’ve got a gold star. Appreciate your employees and never let them go!

  1. Your management skills have left us in awe, especially your ability to prioritize and get things done within said deadlines.
  2. Project management goes beyond graphs and sheets. It’s about being able to manage people, tasks, and resources without losing your cool. No one does it better than you.
  3. The processes you have created has given us a more focused direction. We have grown stronger thanks to your efforts.
  4. You have the ability to take any project from start to finish without compromising on quality, deadlines, and accountability. We admire your skill.
  5. One of the most important traits is the ability to organize, simplify, and make work doable. No one does it better than you.

Other Appreciation Messages

For every project, every task, every innovative idea or every step your employees take, appreciate their efforts.

  1. Thank you for that brilliant idea to solve a mind-boggling problem. Love your quick-thinking!
  2. Anyone can be creative, but very few can be artistic, and you are one of them.
  3. Your negotiation skills are seriously commendable. Thank you for getting us an amazing deal at the most reasonable budget.
  4. Thank you for taking ownership of your work. This clearly indicates that you take ownership of your success.
  5. Thank you for taking the initiative, beating the odds and taking the company to new heights of success. It’s about time your contribution is duly rewarded.
  6. Great job there! Your strategic planning has helped us achieved double the expected ROI this year. We owe you a tempting bonus!
  7. Your ability to nip problems in the bud has helped us build better products and deliver excellent services to our valuable customers. Your contributions have made us way better today than we were years ago.
  8. Thank you for being a teammate. Your team admires your efforts and the company values your contribution.
  9. You are our problem-solver. Thank you for your quick responses, your excellent analytical skills and your ability to turn problems into opportunities.
  10. You have never been complacent in your role and have always strived to learn more, experiment more and do more. We thank you for all the new tools that you’ve equipped us with over the years. Love your contribution.

With our list of 30 employee appreciation messages, starting sending out emails or appreciation cards to your employees. Thank us later!

I enjoy working with our team and am grateful for the to know that my hard work is being recognized.

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