Do you have trouble figuring out how to keep your inbox empty? I definitely do. A few weeks ago, for the first time in three years, I actually had an empty inbox. It was beautiful. But now it’s a mess again and I miss that beautiful, empty inbox. I’ve dug up some ideas on how to keep your inbox empty.
Of course, you have to have an empty inbox to build on. First, if you haven’t had a clean inbox in years, I suggest declaring email bankruptcy.
Declaring email bankruptcy is no use if you just slide back into your old email habits. That’s why you need to establish a pre-bankruptcy strategy. Just like in real life, you don’t want to go bankrupt again. Here are some suggestions for how to keep your inbox empty after you have declared email bankruptcy:
Any other ideas for keeping a clean inbox? Please share!
The Listserve Cowboy
P.S. If your inbox is empty, you’ll have more space for your email discussion groups!