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A modern, no-nonsense guide to getting rid of email anxiety, reclaiming your productivity, and spending more time on the work that matters.
Let's face it: Email is killing our productivity. The average person checks their email 11 times per hour, processes 122 messages a day, and spends 28 percent of their total workweek managing their inbox. What was once a powerful and essential tool for doing our daily work has become a near-constant source of frustration, anxiety, and distraction from our work.
Unsubscribe will show you how to tame your inbox and reclaim your focus, with tips on how to:
- Break free from email addiction and the "inbox zero" obsession
- Build a daily email routine that reduces stress and anxiety
- Process your inbox based on what (and who) really matters to you
- Write messages that get people to pay attention and take action
- Set boundaries and say "no" to time-wasting distractions
- Plan your day around meaningful work not busywork
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
Jocelyn K. Glei is the founding editor of Behance’s 99U and the bestselling author and editor of three books: Manage Your Day-to-Day, Maximize Your Potential, and Make Your Mark. Collectively these three books make up the 99U book series, which offers pragmatic, actionable advice for creatives on managing their time, their careers, and their businesses. In the two years since it launched, the series has sold over 250,000 copies. Glei has spearheaded editorial for the award winning 99u.com website, which won two Webby Awards for “Best Cultural Blog” and built a rabid fan base of creatives, entrepreneurs, and productivity geeks. She also led the curation of the popular 99U Conference, which draws over 1,000 creatives from all over the world to Lincoln Center each year, and has presented talks from an incredible crop of creatives, including Brené Brown, Jonathan Adler, Gretchen Rubin, and many more.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Good primer on e-mail with some very good suggestions on how to wade through and manage e-mail. More helpful got creatives than corporate types, it is nevertheless, good information for everyone.