A good compliment is … Genuine (and generous)

“You have a fine eye for details. It’s the little things all together that really make this project pop.” Unique (not cliché)
Not “You’re the greatest!
“Your outlook on life is so refreshing.” Specific, include details
“Getting down to the kid’s eye level really helped calm him down. You really have a knack with kids.” Full – how the person’s great qualities affect you
“I knew I could count on you. You always know just what to say to pull me out of a funk. “

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