Thank You Note!

Photos of Raul Colon Web Developer Puerto Rico

There are two key things that are embedded in my nature being thankful when someone does the smallest thing for me.  The second one is being very transparent with my thoughts and sharing my opinion with everyone in a healthy way.

Although some might think my transparency can hinder my business goals I try to believe the opposite. For this reason I try to focus on the part of being grateful for the opportunities and blessings I receive.

A few days ago I referred someone to a tool I love using for many of my small business tasks. I see it as a dashboard toward integrating:

  • My sales efforts (for CIMA IT Solutions Corp. & Human Business Wo
  • Invoicing – syncs with Freshbooks (← Affiliate Link)
  • Backup of Contacts (Syncs with Gmail Contacts)
  • Incoming Requests via our multiple online efforts.
  • Keeps track of my communications with clients, partners, and helps me track conversations online.


Makes Life Easier

In a simple phrase Batchbook allows me to have a bit of sanity and makes my life easier.

Although I am a small business owner I am trying to keep track of things that happen on,, my company, HBW, this blog, and the many other efforts I am a part off.

Batchbook is small enough for me to use but robust enough that I can cover all my bases.

But overall I like dealing with companies that care about me and with this token of appreciation I know they care about me as a customer.

Are you grateful when other people open doors for you?

What action do you take to let them know you are thankful?

Sometimes a simple handwritten note can go a long way!

By the way thank you for reading this post and thank you Batchblue for showing you care! 


  1. Prometeo on May 8, 2012 at 7:25 pm

    Remembering when to thank someone is a sign of great character.

    • Raul Colon on May 9, 2012 at 8:52 am

      I have to agree. Thanks for stopping by!