In our rapidly evolving digital world, we seem to spend more time than ever swimming in the never ending pool of e-mails that consume our lives.
While picking up the phone often seems like a logical solution (we live in hope;) some people just don't like it.
This article addresses that fact and offers a solution that may just help you keep your inbox at a manageable level. What do you think? Will it work for you?
Despite the growing popularity of messaging services like Slack, email still reigns supreme as the business communications medium of choice: more than 205 billion emails were sent per day in 2015. It’s no surprise, then, that email is also a major workplace stressor, with 92% of employees showing elevated blood pressure and heart rate when using email at work. Even when they’re ignoring email, it often gnaws at their consciousness; leaders like Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh have spoken about their guilt and anxiety from failing to clear out their inbox and respond to messages in a timely fashion.