Three steps to end email overload

Most people are familiar with the feelings of dread associated with an overflowing inbox, but there are ways to overcome this distraction and find focus.

One of the most common complaints we hear in business is ‘email’. Email grew on us without us realising it. Think back about ten years ago. You were receiving two to three emails a day. Email management was fun. Well it’s been a long time since I have heard the words email and fun linked together.

People are receiving around 50 emails a day. Some of my clients are receiving 200 emails per day.

Some interesting terms have been created recently:

Inboxicated – bad feeling when your inbox is exceeding the legal limit.


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