Declutter email: Make a clean sweep of your inbox

Declutter Your Inbox: 9 Proven Steps to Eliminate Email Overload

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Processing email can be a stressful activity.

While email is important for most  jobs, it can take hours of your time and often add little value in return.

The problem?

Many people often let hundreds (even thousands) of message pile up in their inbox.  This can cause a lot of stress and anxiety due to a sense of guilt that certain people are getting a response back.

Like many people, I once struggled with maintaining a clean inbox.

What caused me to take action was to implement the “declutter email habit.”

And that's what is covered in my latest Kindle book:

Declutter Your Inbox: 9 Proven Steps to Eliminate Email Overload

It will be $0.99 (or an equivalent price in your country) until February 15, 2014.

Read on to get more details about this book.

Announcing: Declutter Email Guide

Declutter_cover_smallerIn our fast-paced world, it's easy to allow hundreds–even thousands–of messages accumulate in your inbox. While email can enhance your personal communication, it can also turn into a huge time sink. Let email control you and it could lead to: low productivity, stress, distraction and a lack of focus on important projects.

In the book “Declutter Your Inbox”, you will get a nine-step plan that helps declutter email–no matter how many messages you receive on a daily basis. If you are someone who only spends 20 minutes managing email, the tips in this book will cut that time in half. On the other hand, if you are a high-powered executive who spends as much as three to four hours per day managing email, this book will help you discover a number of high-leverage habits that will increase your productivity.

In this book, you will learn how to:

  • Read and understand the six limiting beliefs about email.
  • Write template responses and use software to handle common questions.
  • Practice the “10 rules” of writing efficient emails.
  • Organize your inbox by creating email filters.
  • Use seven tools for managing an empty inbox.
  • Create a central location for files that you typically send.
  • Practice the 4 D’s when processing emails.
  • Streamline all your inboxes into one (or two) locations
  • Develop seven habits for managing email.

You don't have to be controlled by your inbox.  Simply follow the blueprint that's outlined in this book to consistently end each day with zero messages.

I need your help!! If you find this book to be useful, then I'd love a review on Amazon. (Here is the link to the book in the Amazon marketplace.) 

Don't Own a Kindle Reader?

I know some people have had trouble accessing my books in the past. The truth is you don't need a Kindle. (I read all my books on the iPhone.) There are a variety of free ways you can read a Kindle eBook:

In short, it's really simple to read Amazon Kindle books – No matter what type of device you use to access the Internet.

And here are the links for the book in other countries:

U.K. ==>
Australia ==>
Canada ==>
India ==>
Germany ==>

Download it now to finally take control over your email.

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