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Aug 27 2008

Email Productivity Experiment

Email Productivity
Email is one of my main communication methods and in a quest to try and improve my productivity, I am going to start a little experiment into getting the most out of email. Hopefully, this is going to lead to an ebook that I have been planning for a while. This ebook will outline my methodology for dealing with Email in the most productive way based upon my experience and knowledge gained from the books and methods I have studied.

So, to start this experiment, I am recording the number of times I check email per day, over a few days. I am out on a client site today so probably will not check it as much as if I was in the office.

I get the feeling that this will be the start of a great series of blog posts regarding email productivity.

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  1. Wietze said on August 27th, 2008 at 11:25 pm

    You need to check your email just as often as you need to (to stay in CONTROL), but not more frequently than that Otherwise, you are just interrupting yourself.

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