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Stop Getting Backlogged With Emails

Email has transformed business, and the majority of us are grateful. Gone are the days of problematic fax machines or the need to drive across town—or fly across the country—to get a contract executed. Email has made communication easier.

The problem for many of us, though, is that our sheer email volume makes it difficult to keep up, leaving us with overflowing inboxes. Here are a few tips to help you get yours under control.

  • Commit: Since your inbox is already backlogged, it will take some time to get it back to 0. Set aside a day to do just that. It will be time consuming, but once you have your inbox cleared out entirely you will be able to stay organized moving forward.
  • Unsubscribe: Look, you barely got to that email from your manager yesterday. There is no way you are going to have time to look over that newsletter of recipes or health tips. Unsubscribe from all of your non-work related emails and save yourself the trouble of having to navigate those unimportant emails.
  • File: If you walked into an office without a filing system, you would be appalled. Why, then, do we think it is okay to leave our inboxes unorganized. Implement a filing system in your inbox to help you prioritize the most pressing matters while keeping others where they will not be forgotten.
  • Archive: To prevent inbox backlog, archive all messages that either do not need a response or do not need to stay immediately top of mind for you. You can also relocate archived emails by searching if you need them, and this system will help you keep your inbox clutter-free.

Managing your inbox is just one step on the road to success. To get the full roadmap, contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. Our premier wealth creation program helps you work less, earn more, and enjoy life!

Tips For Taming Your Inbox

Stop Getting Backlogged With Emails

Email has transformed business, and the majority of us are grateful. Gone are the days of problematic fax machines or the need to drive across town—or fly across the country—to get a contract executed. Email has made communication easier.

The problem for many of us, though, is that our sheer email volume makes it difficult to keep up, leaving us with overflowing inboxes. Here are a few tips to help you get yours under control.

  • Commit: Since your inbox is already backlogged, it will take some time to get it back to 0. Set aside a day to do just that. It will be time consuming, but once you have your inbox cleared out entirely you will be able to stay organized moving forward.
  • Unsubscribe: Look, you barely got to that email from your manager yesterday. There is no way you are going to have time to look over that newsletter of recipes or health tips. Unsubscribe from all of your non-work related emails and save yourself the trouble of having to navigate those unimportant emails.
  • File: If you walked into an office without a filing system, you would be appalled. Why, then, do we think it is okay to leave our inboxes unorganized. Implement a filing system in your inbox to help you prioritize the most pressing matters while keeping others where they will not be forgotten.
  • Archive: To prevent inbox backlog, archive all messages that either do not need a response or do not need to stay immediately top of mind for you. You can also relocate archived emails by searching if you need them, and this system will help you keep your inbox clutter-free.

Managing your inbox is just one step on the road to success. To get the full roadmap, contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. Our premier wealth creation program helps you work less, earn more, and enjoy life!

Model Your Habits After The Most Successful Entrepreneurs

What Other Entrepreneurs Can Teach You About Success

Although your core business may be different from the other entrepreneurs you know, you have probably noted that many of the demands you face are the same. As entrepreneurs, you need to have a specific set of skills: focus, determination, discipline, drive, and more. Here are a few things successful entrepreneurs do that can help you unlock your own success.

  • They Prioritize. As a business owner, the demands on your time never end. Consequently, it is crucial that you carve out some space before your day begins to prioritize which to-dos are the most pressing for you and establish a game plan for how they will get done.
  • They Take Care Of Themselves. When your business is growing, it can be easy to pour yourself into it 100 percent. Unfortunately, though, that leads to burnout. So you can continue to pour into your business, pour into yourself by getting enough sleep, exercise, and nutrition.
  • They Serve. Focus not on how you can serve your business, but on how you can serve your customers. By putting your energy into making the best possible experience for your customers, you not only keep them around but also encourage them to spread the word.
  • They Focus. As an entrepreneur, you likely get excited about new business opportunities. Make sure, though, that you do not lose focus on your core business. Set definable goals for your company and work every day to attain them.

To learn more about the behaviors of successful entrepreneurs and how you can implement them to see your own success, contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. We offer a premier wealth creation program to help you work less, earn more, and enjoy life! As experts on the way that business owners across the world have maximized their impact and their profit, we can help you achieve success.