Kathi Lipp is back with her partner in crime Tonya Kubo with more great tips on how to slay the email dragon. In last week’s episode, the duo shared several tips, including using tools like Streak, creating separate email accounts for different purposes, and using the “sort by” tool. This week, Kathi and Tonya continue to help us get control of our inbox by sharing how they keep their own under control. Email doesn’t have to be a daunting task if you can break it up into systems that work for your personal style. For example, Kathi assigns points to her email messages to gauge the amount of time each message will take to handle. Listen in to find out what that means, as well as more of the resources she and Tonya use to stay on top of communication such as:
- Shared inbox
Plus, find out how these two community leaders use email to build stronger connections within their networks by referring questions sent to them to the experts within their established social groups.
Meet Your Hosts
Author, Speaker, Communicator Academy Creator and CEO
Tonya Kubo is the illustrious and fearless leader of Kathi Lipp’s Clutter Free Academy Facebook group and the Clutter Free for Life membership program. A speaker and writer, Tonya makes her home in the heart of California with her husband, Brian, their two spirited daughters, and one very tolerant cat. Visit her at www.tonyakubo.com.
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