Interruptions cause the biggest lost of productivity, making you feel stressed and frustrated about not getting anything done.
If you get and send total 100 e-mails/day = 24,000 a year. If you take an average 2 minutes to read and respond to each e-mail that totals 100 work day per year.
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So you start going through them, one by one, answering some of them, skipping others. I’ll get back to those later, you think. No time to read everything now, just the important stuff, right?
Hi, I am Frumi Rachel Barr, business advisor and executive coach. Over the last decade, I have noticed a big shift what my clients talk about. My overwhelmed executive clients are drowning in e-mail, feeling less and less efficient and productive.
These days, business people check their e-mail on average 50 times a day and instant message 77 times a day. If that weren’t enough, add to that the rise of texting all day long and this is all adding up to a lot of time, much of it completely wasted.
If you checked your e-mail 100 times a day, and spent 2 minutes on each email, that’s 100 days a year that you are spending on e-mail alone!
Even if you cut it to 1 minute per e-mail, that still adds up to 50 days- days that you could be spending time with your family, taking a vacation, educating yourself, or just catching up on your favorite TV series!
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