Giving someone a card is only polite, even if you are honest with yourself in acknowledging that you do not really love that person. Better to be honest than to hide what you are really feeling. And as they always say; honesty is the best policy. Yes, they are still saying it. In this day and age of so many new fan-dangled modern technologies, good people and honest Joe businesses are still counting on good and proper old fashioned values. And in business, it is still the right, honorable and proper thing to do.
When you meet someone new, you pass along your business card, even if you have no intention of doing business with that person. Still, it is nice to keep in touch. Taking a break from work, looking for things to do around the house you’ve done all the chores, you’re good with that, and there’s no need to sweep out the yard, yet again how about this as a neat idea for a hobby. This is one of those many hobbies that could turn out to be a good money spinner for you. Print your own cards. For that, you’ll need to make sure your printer is nicely calibrated and you’ve got all the essential card printer accessories stacked away closed to hand.
If business bores you to death, why not get a bit more creative in designing personal gift cards. And why not dabble in a bit of poetry as well. Here, you only really need to compose one or two lines for your birthday, anniversary, Thanksgiving, Bar Mitzvah, Christmas cards, condolence cards, and so on and so forth. What a wonderful way to spend your spare time. Giving a card is good for business.