I love the posts from this guy. When he say "Personal Development for Smart People" he has probably right. If you're in struggle with your junk mail, this post will give you some insights to change that. [note MG]
It’s been estimated that the average American will spend about 8 months of his/her life opening junk mail. Would anyone consciously choose to do that? Probably not. But how many will end up doing it anyway?
And this is just the average. Some poor folks actually spend years of their lives processing junk mail. This is especially common if you have multiple sources of mail, such as your home and a business.
Each piece of unwanted mail you process is a needless waste of your life. It’s also a major source of distraction that gets you thinking about things that are off course for you.
Via Martin Gysler