With too much to do, too many emails and too little time, it can be a struggle to finish projects, meet deadlines and get results on time and on target. Many professionals are working reactively and at a rapid pace, just trying to keep up, which often brings feelings of stress, frustration and overwhelm.
This kind of workday is pervasive and persistent and sadly believed by many to be unchangeable. In addition, a faulty assumption is often made that everyone knows how to manage their day efficiently, effectively and productively, but not everyone does… and it’s often left to chance. But this can be a costly mistake.
This Asher Sales Sense Podcast “How to Manage Email” is taken from the radio broadcast “Revolutionize HOW You Work for Maximum Efficiency and Better, Faster Results.” Host Kyla O’Connell and guest Leslie Shreve talk about the part of the workday that is often overlooked and left to chance—but shouldn’t be. It’s the email time suck.
Leslie Shreve is a workload management and productivity expert, and the Founder and CEO of Productive Day®. She is also the creator of Taskology® The Science of Getting Things Done. For more than 13 years, Leslie worked in corporate office environments before establishing Productive Day in 2003. Leslie has taught hundreds of clients from more than forty different industries how to use a workday strategy that WORKS so professionals can gain more clarity, confidence, and control in their workday. As a result, clients become more efficient, productive and proactive, as well as strategic, creative and innovative.