Hey friends! I just got my email inbox to zero, and I thought that you might want to do it, too. It was surprisingly simple, and while they have a full organization program you can buy, if you’d like, there’s no pressure to do so. You can sign up for the free training here: LearnDoBecome Emails To Zero.
If you are anything like me you love learning new things, getting good deals and online shopping. This leads to subscribing to dozens, maybe even hundreds, of email lists and websites. What should be a continued source of joy and add to the coffers of useful information you desire every day turns into a behemoth that causes consternation and stress. No one need that. The new Emails To Zero training will help you get organized in less than an hour. Really. Honestly, it may take your internet connection and email server longer to get up to speed with your organizational efforts. The tips, tricks and tools themselves take less than an hour to implement and just a few minutes a day to follow.
You’ll learn how to keep on track with scheduled appointments and the emails that relate to them. You’ll see how easy it is to keep your email inbox at zero instead of hundreds or hundreds of thousands of messages every day. Getting organized in the digital world will undoubtedly have spill over effects in the bricks and mortar portion of your life. Reading your email will become a joy once you know how to get the most benefit out of it and keep track of the important information within. I invite you to join me in this new freeing feeling of having an email inbox at zero!
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