It’s Time to Clean Out of Your Inbox

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Did you know that this week is National Clean Out Your Inbox Week?  If you missed that piece of news, it is not too late to un-clutter your inbox.  Marsha Egan, the author of Inbox Detox, is the founder of this event and has a wealth of information to share with you to help you either organize your email or toss it out.

While you’re at it, consider un-cluttering your messages.  Email is meant to be brief and to the point.  Most of us skim our email so if yours is lengthy and looks as if you copied the front page of the Wall Street Journal, very few people will read it.  Go back over your messages and chances are you can cut them in half and still make your point.

Now go clean out your inbox.  You have no idea how much better you will feel.

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