You thought you were safe. You thought we were going to stay in nice easy non-personal spaces for getting rid of stuff; like your underwear drawer. You were wrong.
So now it gets personal.
Let me ask you a question: How crammed is your inbox?
When it comes to this time-saving technology, for me it can be as overwhelming as a messy room.
I receive between 40-100 emails a day in my main mailbox. (I have a yahoo account for things I have signed up for and loops.) Those are e-mails that, for the most part, that I need to respond to. It can get a tad overwhelming. But this week I got it down to Zero! Whoo – hoo and neiner neiner.
And yes – I am working on my Christ-like attitude thank you very much…
If you are overwhelmed by your inbox, could you get rid of 21 e-mails today? Once you start, you can’t stop. It’s addicting.
Case in point: here is my screen today. Isn’t it pretty?!?
I got it that way yesterday, and then tweeted on Twitter that I had my inbox to zero. (And maybe I was a tad self-righteous…)
That is when my obnoxious (loving) friends started bombarding me with e-mails so it would no longer be empty.
If you need some step-by-step help in the inbox area, look at this great post from Michael Hyatt about staying on top of e-mail: Michael Hyatt’s Blog Especially helpful for those of us running a business or involved in some kind of ministry.
So start responding and deleting! Put a post in the comments so that we can celebrate your lighter box together.
She and her husband Roger are the parents of four young adults in San Jose, CA. When she’s not dating her husband or hanging out with her puggle Jake, Kathi is speaking at retreats, conferences and women’s events across the US.
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