Posted by: Susan Hendrich | February 16, 2016

How to get an extra hour every day

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What Would You Do with an Extra Hour Every Day?

Someone recently told me that for every one email written, 1.75 emails are generated. That pretty much guarantees that no matter how much of an Inbox Ninja we try to be, we may never reach the coveted Inbox Zero for more than a millisecond at a time. Not to be deterred, let’s go for some sanity at least! I’m determined to help you gain back an hour a day by slicing through your mounds of emails, and setting a great example for your colleagues as an efficient communicator. Here are some of my favorite tips, tricks and guides for simplifying your eLife:

INBOX ZERO

EMAIL BEST PRACTICES

If it’s true that for every 1 email we send, 1.75 emails are generated, here are ways to stop the madness:

GENERAL COMMUNICATION BEST PRACTICES

YOUR TURN!

Please share comments with your ideas for saving time and energy.

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About Dr. Hendrich

During two decades of leading teams toward extraordinary results in health care, pharmaceutical, arts & cultural, university and military organizations, I’ve always been inspired by the stories of others who have achieved uncommon results through perseverence, positivity and prying opportunity from challenge. Let’s change the world together!

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