Apr 14, 2019
Australia's leading email productivity expert, Steuart Snooks,
helps busy executives get control of their email and gain more
time, energy and focus for their ‘real’ work. There is no doubt
that email overwhelm is affecting performance and productivity and
distracting us from what matters. In this show, we uncover
essential systems, processes, and the thinking required to defeat
the overwhelm of email.
When asked what he does, how does Steuart like to reply?
Is the pace of our digital life slowing at all?
If email was a movie character, who would it be and why?
What impact is this overload of email having on us
and our productivity?
It seems we check email for the dopamine hit. How do we manage that
addiction to checking?
80% of emails are not relevant
Understanding the terms "noise" and "signal."
What is a significant mental shift we need to make when
thinking about or using email?
Steuart's process for managing emails?
What is Steuart’s filing system?
The 4 D’s of email management
Is there a way to speed up the response and reply of emails?
How we can use the Pomodoro technique and how it relates to
managing email effectively?
The best leaders check their email the least. What’s their
Send less, receive less
Why should we consider in the timing of the delivery of our
Delay delivery - the rules
If you are a master of the craft of email, then you what…?
Why does our inbox for many become a to-do list?
Biggest change Steuart has made recently in his process for
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