Email is one of our biggest distractions. Do NOT start the day with email. Instead, start with a clear FOCUS of what you most need to get done that day for finance-building and results-driven activities. Make a list of your top 6 priorities and tackle those. Check email only at specific times a day and do NOT have an audio bell letting you know every time you get a tweet or email. It takes 25 minutes to get back to concentration when you are distracted. Use your time to succeed at the most important tasks.
People who leave their email on all day typically change screens 37 times a hour
How productive can you be with that? Manage your time and be effective by checking email on YOUR schedule.
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