How to organize your work and never miss another email

If you feel like too much of your day is spent on email, you’re probably right. The average worker receives 120 emails every day and spends 11 hours each week going through email messages. That’s time that could be devoted to building and growing your business.

But getting your inbox under control is easier said than done. If you have a few extra minutes to devote to organizing things, though, you may be able to get back some of those weekly hours and put them toward being more productive. Here are some email management tips that can save time and reduce your risk of missing important emails.

4 Ways Reducing Email Will Dramatically Improve Your Life

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The world is abuzz with discussions about how email overload curbs work productivity. But let’s get personal for a minute.

Do you realize all that time you spend answering and organizing email is taking a toll on your health and happiness? ( « Click to Tweet )

Don’t Let These Efficiency-Busters Strangle Your Business

Efficient organizations achieve their goals using minimal resources. Inefficient ones keep workers spinning their wheels on useless tasks.

Unfortunately, inefficient habits can become ingrained within a company, frustrating employees and erecting barriers to productivity. Do any of these common efficiency killers sound familiar to you?

The efficiency playbook: Time-saving strategies from 3 top business leaders

Jack Dorsey, Tony Hsieh and David Allen know a thing or two about the importance of efficiency in business. Below, a few of their top productivity hacks that you can implement today.

No matter how long your to-do list grows, the length of a day stays the same.

It’s a challenge every business leader faces. While there’s no easy solution, the business world’s greatest minds have devised some creative techniques to help them get everything done.