Just FYI. Remember, email is not work. Questions? Drop me a line, anytime.
If you’re interested four incredibly simple actions that can exponentially increase the quality of all your future vacations, read on. Before we start however, a quick acknowledgement for those not yet aware of the importance of a relaxing and restful time away from work. Bottom line: If you don’t disengage from work while you’re on […]
Hi, And thank you for your email! Unfortunately, due to my current workload and the complex nature of your email content, I am afraid that I am unable to effectively engage with you in a one-on-one email conversation. I would submit that a face-to-face or phone conversation might be both more effective, and a more […]
Just because email helps us to accomplish work objectives does not mean that processing emails is actual, meaningful work (unless of course, you perform a customer service function). In fact, the average office worker spends almost one third of their day processing email. If we dedicate one third of our time to something, shouldn’t […]
Ever leave the office and realize that the only “work” you actually accomplished was answering or sending emails? If this has ever happened to you, or happens to you often — and you want to actually get real work done — please keep reading. I should also state up front that I don’t consider processing […]
Do you need a simple process to keep your inbox empty? Need a process that you can remember? Need a process with just one decision to make, every time? If so, take a second to see if this straightforward approach to inbox zero is for you. The simple truth is, I’ve never read Getting Things […]
If you’re interested in reaching inbox zero using simple, sustainable processes, and you want to learn the most successful strategy from the very beginning, this is where you start. Whether your inbox currently has 50, 100, or 1,000 emails, functionally it works the same as everyone else’s. Every email inbox is the same in that […]