A Simple Six Step System to Slash Email Time
Do you feel like your inbox is controlling you?
The hum of email pings punctuate your days (and nights). You wake up and turn on your phone and see the dreaded notification that informs you that you have 78 unread emails (that accrued whilst you slept). You check and respond to emails constantly throughout the day, or play catch up late at night with your laptop in bed watching Netflix.
In this express webinar, I'll share a simple 6-step system, backed by research, that will allow you to spend less time in email. Learn simple, science-backed hacks to spend less time in your inbox and reduce the techno-stress associated with managing your inbox. Boost your productivity and mental wellbeing as you learn simple ways to optimise your email load.
In this express webinar I’ll help you to understand:
- Why email is constantly vying for our attention;
- The 'ideal' number of times to check your inbox (what research tells us);
- The costs of our email habits on our productivity & wellbeing; and
- A simple 6-step system to help manage email in more productive ways.
All attendees will receive a PDF summary sheet and a link to access the replay.
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ABOUT DR KRISTY
Dr Kristy Goodwin is one of Australia’s leading digital wellbeing and performance speakers, researchers, authors and media commentators. She provides science-backed solutions to optimise professionals' wellbeing and productivity in a digital world, without proposing ‘digital abstinence’. Kristy draws on cutting-edge neuroscience and research to explain digital distractions and the profound impacts technologies have on our performance and health, without prescribing digital detoxes or suggesting we go #laptopless.
Kristy has worked with clients including the Reserve Bank of Australia, Apple, Westfield, Bank of Queensland, Macquarie Bank, Foxtel, the National Broadband Network, JP Morgan, McDonalds, NSW Department of Education and Optus. She’s spoken at national and international conferences, schools, workplaces and medical conferences throughout Australia. Kristy’s on a mission to empower people to foster healthy and realistic digital behaviours that support peak performance and wellbeing.