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Researchers have established a clear link between spending time on email and stress: the more frequently we check our email, the more frazzled we feel.
Meanwhile, office workers check their inboxes 74 times a day and spend 28% of their workday on reading and responding to email.
Our negativity bias toward email means that every email we send or read is interpreted more negatively than it was intended, which is one of the reasons why more email tends to equate more stress.
The lack of social cues in email also forces us to spend more time trying to interpret what the sender meant: Are they angry? Are they satisfied? Should I apologize?
The best way to get less email is to send less email.
A great way to do this is to proactively close the conversation as soon as it’s convenient. This means always striving to respond to emails completely, cutting off the possibility of a long back-and-forth.
Do a bit more work when you send or reply to emails.
Always appreciate the time you get, because you never know how much longer it`ll last.
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