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Too many emails in my inbox


It seems that over the last few weeks I have been working on projects that have taken my attention away from daily email correspondence and I have only answered things that needed my immediate attention.  But on today’s list of things to accomplish, I vowed that I wasn’t going to work on anything until I tackled those non-immediate attention needing items in my inbox.

I have been planning to write a series about how best to deal with emails and how to manage your inbox anyway.  So why not next week?  You won’t want to miss my tips on becoming the boss of your inbox.

In the meantime, please answer me a question.


Please feel free to add any comments!  Would love to hear what you are thinking.

Happy First Day of February!


Amy Munns

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Finding more minutes in your day. Specializing in time management, goal setting, prioritizing tasks for small business, busy professionals and active families.

2 thoughts on “Too many emails in my inbox

  1. Email at work, and email at home. At work, it’s outacontrol (reaches 1,000 in the inbox every few months. And I have a zillion folders to place everything. Still gets huge.) At home, more control, but there are about 100 in the inbox right now. I can’t seem to get it lower than that.

  2. Maria – we need to talk off-line. I need more details. WOW – that is a lot. Let’s see what we can do.

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