How ultra-productive people manage their email

Great tips on managing the email deluge!

By: Kevin Kruse | 8 February 2016

Would you like to cut the time you spend on emails in half? Do you think “inbox zero” is actually possible, or a silly Silicon Valley legend?
I recently interviewed over 200 entrepreneurs, CEOs and highly successful solopreneurs for my new book, 15 Secrets Highly Successful People Know About Time Management. I learned that ultra-productive people don’t react to email the way most of us do. They don’t react, at all. They treat email processing as they would any other task; it’s an activity to be scheduled, and to complete in as little time as possible.

While not all ultra-productive people follow the exact same system, I discovered that most had habits that reflect the following rules and instead of “checking” email constantly, they “processed” emails in a manner that I call “The 321Zero System.”

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