Tweet39Share76Share115 Shares Studies show that corporate workers spend about a third of their time checking email. You know what they aren’t doing when they are checking email? Their work. It ends up being one long day of email procrastination. Are you spending too much time checking your email rather than getting your work done?
Tweet135Share95Share197427 SharesEmail has taken over many people’s workday. However, (as I have said before), unless you are a customer service rep… email is not your job. You need to get out of your inbox and get your work done!
Tweet7Share90Share184281 SharesBad emails. They seem to be everywhere these days. At work, at home, and on the go. No one wants to shift through a bunch of long, poorly written and poorly formatted messages. In most cases, bad emails don’t even get read. If you want to write better messages, read on for 5 quick […]
Tweet107Share45Share84236 Shares This is a guest post by Timo Kiander. Timo is a blogger, author, and speaker who helps work-at-home professionals get stuff done fast so that they have time for living. Download his report which gives you even more tips on how to improve your e-mail (Gmail) productivity. Email is a very effective communication […]
Tweet157Share143Share273573 Shares Email. Just the word makes many people shiver. Email has become a scourge in many workplaces. Too many emails flooding your inbox, poorly written notes, and senseless Reply-All copies. The good news is that email can be a productive tool if you follow some common sense tactics.
Tweet3.58KShare886Share1.55K6.01K Shares Do your emails go unanswered? Do you write lengthy explanations about what you need, only to be ignored? If you want better response rates to your emails, you need to get to the point. A great technique to ensure that your emails are acted upon is to write them backwards.
Tweet115Share67Share92274 Shares How much time will you spend in your email inbox today? Answer: Probably too much. If you spend all of your day “doing” email, when are you going to have time to get to your most important tasks? So, get out of your inbox and start getting your work done.
Tweet4Share63Share108175 Shares Today is Friday, is your inbox empty? Can you claim the coveted title of “Inbox Zero?” Maybe not. But, how about this… could you get your Inbox to Zero for just this work week?