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12 Tips For Saving Tons Of Time On Email

12 Tips For Saving Tons Of Time On Email | Formazione e Coaching | Scoop.it

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, April 17, 8:01 AM


Email can be one of the greatest time thieves, and business owners wanting to increase their productivity, need to take concerted action to limit the time spent in their inboxes.


Generally speaking, all email programs have features and shortcuts that most never discover, and few business owners have ever found the time to become as proficient as they need to be in managing their email load.


This excellent article, not only provides 12 great tips to help business owners to spend less time on email processing, it also includes links to a variety of resources that will help anyone wanting to recover time to devote to more productive activities.

Tania Tytherleigh's curator insight, April 17, 6:38 PM

Love the tips in this article!

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Ignoring the Inbox - A New Morning Mantra

Ignoring the Inbox - A New Morning Mantra | Formazione e Coaching | Scoop.it

E-mail is like a drug, once addicted it is very hard to start your day without the initial fix, and business owners are no different to anyone else when it comes to satisfying this nasty habit.

 

If you are like most people, the minute you switch on for a new business day, the first thing you will do is loose yourself in whatever distractions are contained in your e-mail inbox, and the last thing you will do is think about the negative impact this may be having on your productivity.

 

This excellent article, highlights the downside of starting your day in your inbox, and it suggests three things all business owners and managers should do each day before checking their e-mail.

 


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