There is nothing better than being able to know that all of the inputs and the things nagging at you in your life are taken care of in and in their proper place. But, it can be a daunting task to get to this state of being, Inbox Zero, without a little planning and some advice. Inbox Zero isn’t just about emptying your email inbox, it’s about taking stock of all of the inputs in your life and managing them, which in turn gives you a good foundation to make better decisions of what you should or shouldn’t be doing with your time.
Today, we are bringing you a new Lifehack Lesson on how to get from where you are to Inbox Zero and show you how to stay there. Today’s Lesson also features a guide on some awesome email filters for Gmail, Outlook, and Mail.app. You can grab this Lesson for free for a full week. After the weekly trial you can purchase a subscription to Lifehack Lessons for only $4.99 a month. This will give you access to all current Lessons as well as future Lessons as soon as they are published.
Let’s take a look at what today’s Lesson is all about:
Keeping your productivity systems alive and well is an important part of being effective and knowing what you should or shouldn’t be working on. A huge problem that comes up is that we sometimes get overwhelmed by all of our life’s inputs. Too many emails, phone calls, voicemails, text messages, Facebook Likes, or blog comments can clutter up our thinking and potentially make our goals and vision hazy.
The state of Inbox Zero can solve this by allowing your head to be clear of all of the stuff that is holding you back. You will have all of your stuff in the right place to work on later and will have a new sense of creative a productive energy as a result. This Lesson will show you how to easily achieve that state and how to maintain it going forward.