How to clean out your email inbox

//How to clean out your email inbox

How to clean out your email inbox

I did the impossible. I cleaned out my email inbox!

Three simple steps:

1. Move all newsletters to a file called “future reading.” I’ll never read it, but at least I won’t stare at the emails!

2. Created a folder for things to write about or do a video about. I call that “new videos.” I do create content, so I know this will be acted on.

3. All the “to-dos” and “reminders” that I keep in the inbox – I just do! No more putting things off. Just do it. Now I have an empty inbox! It is liberating – and scary. What should I do if I don’t have emails to respond to?

By |2011-10-24T23:06:04+00:00October 24th, 2011|working smarter|0 Comments

About the Author:

Dan Janal, author of "Write Your Book In A Flash!" helps leaders write books so they can get more clients and sell more products. My clients get terrific results from my coaching, developmental editing and ghostwriting. For info, go to

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