The best e-mail that you can receive is one that thanks you for something you did, something you said, something you wrote, or something that struck an emotional cord so deep that you compelled someone to send an e-mail.
No human being receives enough praise. But when the praise comes unsolicited it sends waves of pleasure through your body and your brain and creates a mental atmosphere that will spur you to even greater achievement and accomplishment.
I’m blessed that I receive so many unsolicited e-mails every day from readers like you who have been impacted in a positive way from one of my books, articles, or seminars. It is from those e-mails — that I am challenging you to create your own set of good deeds so that you can receive these same blessings.