Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Getting Jobs in Entertainment question 891: Is sending someone you kinda know a birthday card brown nosing?
It concerns me that the thought of sending someone a birthday card brings up that worry for you. Makes me wonder, is it your intention to "brown nose" or do you truly want the person to have a happy birthday? It's all about the intention. It's okay to send a card for the double purpose of sending wishes and staying on the radar. Personally, I love to get cards. It's always nice to be remembered, and while Facebook birthday wishes are easy to send, the extra effort in sending a card usually doesn't go unnoticed. The more personal the card, the better.
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