These phrases are generally well-received depending on the situation. But we want to make sure when we’re speaking to others that we avoid speaking like we’re just reading a script. Oftentimes, the best word to describe how you should deliver this message is to deliver it Sincerely.
Now, what does sincerely really mean? How can we be sincere, say something sincerely, and come across with sincerity?
Sincerity conveys that you are speaking the truth. It suggests that that issue is important to you, that you are truly sorry, that you really do appreciate the customer’s business.
To sincerely convey a message is to impart to the other person that what you’re saying comes from the heart. It conveys that what you’re saying is genuine – the words and emotions you’re conveying are real.
So it’s about speaking the truth…from the heart.
And sincerity avoids falsehoods, feigned concerns, condescension, or the impression that you are saying one thing but mean something else.
Go beyond the words with a customer, include a sense that you truly believe what you say, and convey you care for the other person and their situation – Make it Sincere.