As you go through your day, emails come in like flowing water. They pile up on top of other emails in your already full inbox. Some emails may be unimportant, like offers from stores, and others may be strategic, such as a client negotiations. Month after month; year after year, the number of emails in your inbox grows to hundreds and thousands.
I propose a new way of managing your inbox: keep it empty.
Don’t let emails stay there longer than 24 hours. Why? Because when an inbox is full of emails, your view gets cluttered. Lying within your crowded inbox, it is easy for important items to get lost. Furthermore, a full inbox where key information is just floating around with no control adds unnecessary stress to your life.Read More