Organise Your Emails

Organise Your Emails While Relaxing

5m eservices organise emailIt is Monday morning. As Emeka sits down at his desk he experiences that familiar sinking sensation in his stomach... He is not dreading the day ahead of him – he is dreading his email inbox! Emeka is in charge of a large team, and he receives at least 50 emails every day.

 

Reading and responding to all of these mails take a long time, and most of his work takes back seat to this daily chore. As a result, he is notoriously behind on projects, and he has started staying late, just to catch up.

 

When used appropriately, the email is an incredibly useful communication tool. But, like Emeka, many business owners and executives feel overwhelmed by the amount of mail that is received and need to be responded to.

 

The good news is you don’t have to feel this way anymore.

 

5m eservices email organisingYes, the problem is massive, but totally solvable. Fortunately, over the years, a system that works has been devised to organise emails. This method is a game-changer. You will no longer be plagued by email overload not only because you just delegated it all to an assistant but mainly due to three strategies:

  • Making compulsive email checking much less gratifying,
  • Making checking emails on a planned, set schedule much more gratifying and
  • Reducing the amount of time it takes to read and respond to emails.

 

Imagine opening your email account one morning and seeing that emails in your inbox has been sorted into say, "Needs Action/Reply", "Awaiting Response", and “Archived”!

 

Our short tutorial will guide you on how to clear your inbox to as near inbox zero as you can!

Kindly fill the form below and you will be directed to a link.

See you on the other side!

 

 

 

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