Kick Ass At Work - Lesson 8 - E-mail Management

In today’s podcast: Kick Ass At Work – Lesson 8 – E-mail Management, I discuss why e-mails can sabotage your work productivity and how you need to handle them.

One of the biggest causes of work overload is e-mail management.

Or rather e-mail mismanagement!

For example, how many e-mails do you receive per day?

It’s hard to put a number against how many e-mails you should reasonably receive per day, but as per a recent study the worldwide average on the number of business e-mails sent and received per user was 122.

How do you compare to this?

Listen on to find out how to manage your emails so they don’t manage you!



Gemma McCrae

Gemma is a leading Life Coach & Business Coach, Award Winning Podcaster and the owner of Prosperity Kitchen. Regularly featured in the national press, Gemma is one of the “go to” people on Life Coaching & Business Coaching. Gemma counts VIPs, High Net Worth Individuals, Entrepreneurs, Career Professionals, Stay at Home Parents and all manner of other amazing people as her clients. She specialises in Personal Development, Career Coaching, Employee Coaching, Executive Coaching, Confidence, Motivation, Health and Small Business Coaching.



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