In this Bonus Next Step, LZ and I share how to identify and prioritize your most important emails so they don’t get lost in the mix.
Here are some takeaways:
1. You can run a very successful business and not be overwhelmed by email.
If you want to be successful, if you want to grow your business, find organization in your inbox.
Success in business doesn't have to come at the cost of being overwhelmed by email. An organized inbox is a key component of efficiency, allowing you to focus on vital tasks, maintain professionalism, manage your time effectively, reduce stress, and ensure your business thrives.
Having an organized email system is more than a tool for staying neat; it's a fundamental strategy for attaining business success.
2. Find a system that works for you.
Whether you have color-coded flags or folders, figure out what [system] works best for you and stick to it. Trust yourself and trust the process.
Once you've found a system that works for you, sticking with it is crucial.
Trusting both your chosen method and yourself is key to keeping your inbox organized. This personalized approach helps you make decisions more easily, be more productive, and focus on what truly matters for your business to thrive and grow.
To dive a bit deeper into this conversation, check out the full episode where LZ and I chat about our strategies for email management and reaching inbox zero.
And to take things a step forward, download our Delegation Worksheet & Guide to help you get one step closer to inbox zero.