Email is sort of like the Internet-age equivalent of the home phone. You really only use it within work, and even then it’s to appear more appropriately professional and formal because let’s be honest a lot of us would be more comfortable just replying to a Facebook or Twitter message with “Kay.”, instead of a rambling agreement via email.
That said, email did transform the way in which we communicate with each other. However, since then it’s really just full of spammers attempting to sell you a smartphone or great bingo experience. I receive around 200 emails a week, and I think there’s only around 35 that are genuinely relevant to my work and life.
So, you must remember to ask yourself when it’s your turn to start sending electronic mail out all over the place: should you send that email?
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