10) The BackPage: Inbox Crowd Control –

Tell me the truth: Is your inbox out of control? Instead of a flood, does it feel like a deluge? Are you basically just dutifully drilling down one email at a time, unable to ever surface? I’ve decided to declare war on email. I’ve ordered a little book, “The Hamster Revolution: How to Manage Your Email Before It Manages You.” I’m going to basically memorize the book then put it into practice. I have to. Email — it’s the tool you love to hate. It has made us all amazingly more productive, then, eventually, it’s made us *less* productive (because we have so much to answer). So — You have my personal commitment that I’m going to get the best of this. Would you like to join me? If so, order the book here:

The Hamster Revolution: How to Manage Your Email Before It Manages You (Bk Business)

The book is supposed to outline 4 strategies:

a) Reduce email volume

b) Improve email quality

c) Info-coaching sustains result

d) file it and find it fast with COTA

I have a hunch if we all do this together, it’ll help all of us. So — ready? :-) Let’s get control of this beast!

2 Responses to 10) The BackPage: Inbox Crowd Control –
  1. KK Reply

    Cool! I’m excited to read what you learn.

  2. Editor Reply

    I’m enjoying reading the book. (I’m on page 86 out of a quick 111 pages.) I think when I finish, I’ll try to produce a few of those video tutorial things on this material. I don’t *think* that would be a violation of the author’s copyright… and I think we could end up selling a few books for him, to the people who want to dig deeper, you know? So … there’s more coming here. Thanks for your interest, KK. It’s good stuff — and to be most effective, it would be better to implement these principles across the board by members of an entire organization.

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