Do you ever feel like you are constantly being bombarded by emails and can’t get ahead?
Are hours crawling by as you get sucked into scrolling through your Inbox?
Does the sheer thought of not starting your day by checking your email first, give you that dreaded ’email guilt’?
If you are nodding your heading yes, then you are not alone because I have definitely experienced this before.
Email is one of those funny tools that is so necessary, but can become a burden if you don’t take steps to make it efficient. In fact, I know several major bloggers and thought leaders that removed their contact forms and website comments, simply because they couldn’t handle the number of email notifications they were receiving.
I am a strong believer in remaining in touch with my audience and am grateful that you respect my time and hit me up on my Twitter or Facebook more than email. However, I understand how overwhelming and time consuming email can be, which is why I developed and follow this 3 step strategy for reducing Inbox madness.
If your Inbox is taking over your life then be sure to carve out 15 quick minutes and learn how you can implement my simple strategy today!
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What you’ll learn in this podcast:
- Why you need to implement the GTD method and what it really is
- The tool you are going to want to download to save your sanity
- The 3 D’s method that you are probably going to fall in love with
- Check out my podcast interview with THE Seth Godin!
- Learn more about the GTD method
- Get your sanity back with Sanebox
- Defer emails with the free Google app Boomerang
- Learn more about my 3 step system by reading this post
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- My completely free book on `How to Start a Podcast that Matters’ featuring an interview with top podcaster John Lee Dumas,
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