After an interview (or receiving some other generous gift), anyone can take five minutes to follow up with a handwritten thank you note.
Most people don’t.
And yet it’s not the act of writing the note that makes you memorable. No, what makes people remember you is that you’re the kind of person who writes thank you notes.
Most people aren’t.
If you want to stand out, don’t simply do the things you’re supposed to do. Be the kind of person who does them.