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"How to CRUSH Your Email in Only 1 Hour" Webinar

"How to CRUSH Your Email in Only 1 Hour" Webinar

On a weekly basis, many people ask me how I manage all of the emails that come into the company and how I keep up with all that I have going on. Before I dive into all the ways I can help, I usually start by asking: well, what do you do? Because if I can learn what you are currently doing, I know how to help you make it better!

One of my co-workers was at home for a recent holiday. Her sister had her computer pulled up and was checking her email. When my co-worker saw her screen, she was like, "WHAT are you doing??" Her sister said, "Checking my email." She said, "WAIT, you go to 6 different tabs on Safari to look at your emails? Why not just set them all up in ONE email platform, like Mac Mail?" Her sister didn’t understand what she meant, so she took her computer and within 10 minutes had all 6 of her emails in ONE place. One week later, her sister told her how it CHANGED her life and how she now saves SO much time!

Do you get hundreds of emails a day? Some are important, some you want to keep but don’t need to see each day, and some are just straight spam? I have some tips to share with you on how to CRUSH your email!

In this webinar, I will be sharing tips on how to minimize your time to be more productive by using defensive & offensive strategies with your email. Did you know that 30% of our workweek is spent on managing email? It messes with our mood, our focus and our ability to stay on task.

What you will learn:

-My top tips on how to CRUSH Email & focus on the right tasks:
-The 3 commandments: systems, tools & processes
-How to prioritize emails and triage
-How to keep spam out of your inbox

Please join me on April 20th for a FREE webinar - you won’t want to miss it!! I will be sharing with you HOW TO CRUSH EMAIL: 7 Tips to Avoid Email Jail!

DATE: April 20th

TIME: 9am PST / 11am CST / 12pm EST

DURATION: 1 hour



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