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Tackling the Volume | My War Against Email (Part 1)

12 May

I was a slave to email, and it was ugly. My program was open all day and all night. I was spending about 75% of my time scrolling, reacting, deleting, forwarding, filing, and fretting over my inbox. So I decided to wage a war. The sheer volume – that is by nature organized in chronological order – made it impossible to prioritize and I was overlooking things that were important and actually required action. The volume cluttered my brain and workspace. The volume of email was stressful because it was a constant reminder of everything I wasn’t getting to. So it was clear that the first step of my war against email was to tackle the volume of emails and quiet my digital workspace.   Continue reading

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