How do you thank someone for sharing knowledge?

by Aaron Baxter|24 Nov 2020|Interest|Getting Published|2k views
How to thank someone who have helped me to know something knowledgeable or shared his knowledge with me:
  1. Thank you for taking your time to share your knowledge with me.
  2. Thank you to have shared your knowledge with me.
  3. Thank you so much for taking the time for sharing your knowledge with me.

Moreover, how do you express gratitude in words?

Examples
  1. “You're the best.”
  2. “I'm humbled and grateful.”
  3. “You knocked me off my feet!”
  4. “My heart is still smiling.”
  5. “Your thoughtfulness is a gift I will always treasure.”
  6. “Sometimes the simplest things mean the most.”
  7. “The banana bread was fabulous. You made my day.”
  8. “I'm touched beyond words.”

Also, how do you appreciate someone for their knowledge?

"Thank you so much for generously sharing your time and expertise." With additional superlatives and the word "appreciate" as needed. "This project could not be completed without your specific expertise and generous support. Please know you have my deepest thanks."

How do you say thank you for feedback?

Step 1: Appreciate
Appreciate that they are offering their thoughts and that they took the time to do so. Express this clearly and in the simplest of terms. “Thank you for writing. I appreciate your feedback and your perspective.” Do you want people to provide you with feedback?

Why do people keep saying thanks for sharing?

The phrase likely originated in a psychological context as an attempt by psychologists and group-therapists to help provide validity to the personal experience of patients, and to encourage them to keep talking about and sharing their problems. "Thank you for sharing (your story)!"

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