Get A Grip On Your Day
Well, some of the time.
All of these modern conveniences and technological advances are supposed to make us more efficient at our jobs and in our lives. Might they also be counterproductive at the same time?
One such vehicle in question is the utilization of email. Nike Air Max Lunar 90 Dame For more than two decades now this electronic delivery of messages has revolutionized communication. Nike Free TR Fit Goedkoop You can get messages, information, and files in a split second.
Emails can also be a drain of your time. Nike Air Max 90 VT Dames A simple message can end up leading an individual down one rabbit hole after another. Nike Free 5.0 V4 Goedkoop Nike Free 4.0 V2 Goedkoop Open a quick email and you can easily be sidetracked from the work at hand by finding a link here and there to investigate and suddenly you have additional things that you are now focused on.
The object of your job is to be productive. Nike Air Max Tavas Goedkoop It is doubtful, unless you are in a customer service role or on some sort of deadline that you need to respond to emails immediately and or constantly.
A quote from Brendon Burchard, a best-selling author, business trainer, and founder of High Performance Academy, sums up this thought on the sidetracking qualities of emails quite well, “The inbox is nothing but a convenient organizing system of other people’s agendas.”
A 2012 report from the McKinsey Global Institute stated that the average employee spends 2.6 hours each day on emails. Nike Air Max Thea Print Heren Nike Air Presto Schoenen Dame Goedkoop This is nearly a third of a typical work day.
Are emails that important?
Get a grip on your day.