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How to Write Admiration Letters
A letter of admiration is written to express sentiments of praise or compliment towards another person. It is most appropriate to handwrite these types of letters to show sincerity. If, however, you are writing such in a business setting, typing it can also work, although it is still best to keep it as personal as possible.
Admiration letters can be sent after an individual accomplishes a certain impressive achievement or may also be given to communicate general respect for a person. There are no guidelines as to who can receive letters like this as anyone you hold in high regard can be a recipient.
These letters can be addressed to either an individual or certain groups. The most important thing to remember is to clearly state the reason behind your admiration. Do not write overly general statements, such as “I admire your personality”; the key is to be specific with your compliments so as to sound honest and maintain the personal tone of the letter. Aside from praising your recipient for something he or she has done, you can also mention the positive effect that he or she has had on you personally.
An admiration letter does not need to be long. The more concise and precise you are with your compliments, the more earnest your letter will be.
To close, you can extend your best wishes and express your continued support for the person or the group involved. Note to keep your complimentary close simple and do affix your signature at the end of the letter.
More Than 67 Topics and 298 Letter Samples
- Accept a formal invitation to a social event.
- Accept a job offer.
- Accept an honor.
- Accept an informal invitation to a social event.
- Accept an invitation to a business appointment.
- Accept an invitation to join an organization.
- Accept and express appreciation for a suggestion.
- Acknowledgment Letter for Receiving an Idea from an Employee.
- Compliment a salesperson.
- Compliment a speaker, orator, lecturer, presenter, narrator or spokesperson.
- Compliment an Author, Editor a Newspaper, Television Channel, Radio or Internet Blog.
- Compliment an employee’s performance.
- Compliment an employee’s relative for her support.
- Compliment Someone for an Accomplishment (e.g. Winning an Award, Graduation).
- Compliment the efforts, service or piece of work of an employee of another business.
- Congratulate a friend, colleague, relative or someone on publishing an article, a book or scientific paper.
- Congratulate a politician for winning an election or passing a legislation.
- Congratulate an employee on his anniversary.
- Congratulate an representative on winning an election or an appointment.
- Congratulate someone on a religious event.
- Congratulate someone on a speech, lecture, presentation or seminar.
- Congratulate someone on an accomplishment.
- Encourage and motivate your reader to increase sales.
- Encourage and motivate your reader to keep up the good work.
- Express appreciation to an employee.
- Express appreciation to long term customers and those who pay their bills promptly.
- Farewell Letter to Colleagues, Business Partners, Associates, Clients, Management.
- Farewell Letter to someone leaving employment.
- Farewell Letter to someone retiring.
- Follow up after a sale to thank the customer and offer service.
- I’m glad we went out together. (I want to see you again.).
- Motivate sales force.
- Note the anniversary of a customer’ company.
- Note the anniversary of an employee’s service.
- Compliment government officials or employees.
- Relieve someone from delegated responsibilities because someone else will assume them.
- Reply positively to a suggestion.
- Respond to a complaint and treat it as valuable feedback.
- Thank you letter to a colleague, boss, employee who is retiring..
- Thank you letter to a colleague, friend or someone for a financial donation..
- Thank you letter to a colleague, friend or someone for a gift or present..
- Thank you letter to a colleague, friend or someone who helped you out, made you a favor or supported you..
- Thank you letter to a colleague, friend or someone who praised, congratulated or complimented you..
- Thank you letter to a doctor, hospital, sanatorium, rest home, geriatric, hospice, etc..
- Thank you letter to a friend, colleague or someone that did a good job.
- Thank you letter to a friend, or someone for a pleasant instance, event, moment in time, occasion, etc..
- Thank you letter to a priest, cleric, pastor, minister, nun, preacher, vicar, reverend, monk, vicar, or religious leader..
- Thank you letter to an organization or someone for a salary raise, a bonus or an award.
- Thank you letter to someone for a writing you a recommendation letter or for a referral.
- Thank you letter to someone for an answer, a reply, or response.
- Thank you letter to someone for an interview, appointment or meeting.
- Thank you letter to someone for giving you information, reports, news, etc..
- Thank you letter to someone for her advice or thoughts.
- Thank you letter to someone for her expressions of sympathy or condolence.
- Thank you letter to someone for her help, support or assistance while you were absent.
- Thank you letter to someone for her help, support, assistance or cooperation.
- Thank you letter to someone for her hospitality, kindness or generosity.
- Thank you letter to someone for her volunteer work.
- Thank you letter to someone for media exposure.
- Thank you letter to someone for participating or attending an event, or for visiting or going to a place.
- Thank you letter to someone for writing a reference or recommendation for your.
- Thank you letter to someone who accepted your advice, suggestion, counsel or recommendation.
- Thank you letter to someone who sent you goods, materials, merchandise, supplies, etc..
- Thank you letter to the persons who participated or helped in a fundraising event or campaign.
- Write a letter acknowledging achievements.