Email is of course one of the key communication channels for business users. Email is no longer confined to your email box but thanks to the use of mobile devices email is now accessible and is accessed pretty much all the time.
Sometimes you’ll find that you are slave to email instead of using email as a tool. Sure you do most of your communication via email but you’ll find that if you have ten things to do – maybe writing a proposal, filing away some paper, calling clients and other things – email is something you do more than you should because you’re not doing the other things you need to do. In actuality email turns out to be a distraction.
The New York Times recently offered some tips and advice on controlling your email here.
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