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Have someone screen your messages. They can separate the important messages from the less important. You can hire a virtual assistant to handle this job.
Another option would be to use tools to sort and declutter your inbox so that only important emails come through.
Create a new operating model for your organization’s emails. This should include:
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... to read and respond to email. Don’t leave your email program open all day long. Alerts from incoming messages can interrupt your work flow. Instead, schedule specific blocks of time throughout the day for checking your email.
You might even try marking your calendar and setting your availability to “busy.” If necessary, turn off your cellphone and shut your office door to prevent interruptions.
think of every email you get as either something you need to take action on, track, or refer to later.
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There’s no “definitive” system. The best framework is the one that works for you. Ideally, it should model your work style, supporting the way you work. Bonus points if it’s low-maintenance, fast to set up, and adaptable as your work changes.
Some people like to use folders with specific actions (do, delegate, reply), while others prefer the deadline-driven approach (today, tomorrow, next week).
Create the following 2 folders:
Unsubscribe from every list that doesn’t offer solid value for your business.
Interrupting a task with notifications leads to a loss of concentration and a decline in productivity levels.
Feel free to set up an autoresponder re-directing all urgent matters to your phone.