I’m hearing a lot about deleting these days, as a strategy to escape information overload. I have a hard time doing it, not because I want to keep everything. It’s just that deleting takes time don’t have! Am I alone in this?
I don’t think so. In this series of posts, Ohio-based (and relatively new) freelancer, Neil Renicker of Renicker Studio, shares some simple strategies to deal with too much email.
In Part 1, he addresses the issue of multiple inboxes (how many do you have?) and tells exactly how he’s minimized his….Read it here.
In Part 2, he tackles the thorny issue of deleting — essentially how to say a digital “no” and when to make an exception…read that here.
And in Part 3, he goes as far as suggesting that you take your inbox to zero at least once a day (and shows a seductive screen shot of an empty inbox)…Read it here.
Anyone cleaning out their inbox every day?