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Inbox Zero Challenge Recap

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Inbox Zero

That’s a wrap!

Our Inbox Zero Challenge is officially over. If you’ve been following along at home, you should now have systems in place to reduce the number of emails you receive and tools in your toolbox for processing the email you do receive more efficiently.

In case you missed any of the challenges, here’s a recap of what we covered:

Now that you’ve set the wheels in motion, continue to build on your momentum and make achieving inbox zero a ritual. Capitalize on the momentum you’ve generated over the last 5 days and continue to attack your email with ninja-like efficiency.

You have everything you need to process your email like a pro, just make sure to stay consistent. Inbox zero is not a one-time event, it’s a state of mind that comes from regularly doing the work of processing and filing things into your trusted system so you know exactly where to find something when you need it and you can recall it a moment’s notice.

Closing Challenge

You’ve gotten a taste of the peace of mind that comes with having a clean inbox. Now develop it into a lifetime ritual and continue to reap the abundance of free time.

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Posted by Hanns KK  | September 15, 2016 at 2:51AM | Reply

Inbox zero – achieved. Thank you. Send a picture to the Email address :-)

Posted by Dale  | April 7, 2016 at 3:31AM | Reply

In box at Zero.
Where do I send the photo of my inbox?

Posted by Thanh Pham  | April 7, 2016 at 3:00PM

Send it to support[at]asianefficiency[dot]com.

Posted by Susan  | April 3, 2016 at 11:25AM | Reply

Agree with Andrei; this was a great framework. As each day progresses, there are fewer and fewer new emails to bother about.
Thanks for this email course!

Posted by Andrei  | April 3, 2016 at 7:30AM | Reply

Great framework. Going to work of using the system in my regular day to day

Posted by Katherine  | April 2, 2016 at 8:46AM | Reply

It was great but I can see where it’s not going to be a one time thing. Now to tackle the archived stuff!

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