Posted February 04, 2018 08:31:06 When you’re ready to send something to someone and you don’t have a perfect picture of what they’re thinking, the first step is figuring out how you’re going to send that gift.
A few things to consider before you send your loved one something: Do you want them to get the gift in person?
A physical delivery?
If they don’t like the idea of an electronic gift, send it via a postal service, or a service that has a dedicated email address, like Priority Mail.
A personal assistant could help you figure out the perfect time and place.
Do you have a designated recipient?
Are they a close friend or relative?
It’s also important to know that the recipient may not like the gift.
For example, a wedding gift might be seen as a romantic gesture, but some people will be less than thrilled with the idea, especially if it involves jewelry.
If the recipient doesn’t like something, you could try a different way of getting the gift, like mailing it directly to the recipient’s home or office.
Finally, consider whether the gift will be personalized.
If you’ve ever made a gift for a loved one who’s been diagnosed with cancer, you’ll probably understand how hard it can be to find the perfect gift.
This is especially true for people who are just starting to make their mark in the world.
If a gift has been sent from a personal assistant or a professional to someone they know, it’s unlikely that they’ll like the way it looks.
But if you send it from someone you know who’s made a difference in their life, the recipient might be willing to give it a try.