How much is in your inbox? There is evidence which connects the level of emails in your inbox with stress. Ideally, you should be aiming for an empty inbox. Plus you should only really be dealing with email once or twice a day – not every moment it comes in. Otherwise you end up with more stress and you are less productive and efficient overall. This report shows you how to achieve an empty inbox and how to ensure your email system is efficient and effective – even if you are a mobile worker and need to sync your emails between various devices.
Efficient Email – Get an Empty Inbox
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