Why Get Your Email Organised?

Productivity is one of the key soft skills required of executives today. Productivity means you are able to manage all the work that comes your way, to handle all the distractions from your smart phone and computer without missing anything and without becoming overwhelmed and stressed. 

This course is designed to give you the skills to manage your email in the most efficient way so you have more time to do the more important things. By taking this course you will become much more professional in the way you handle email and that can only help you progress in your career.

The strategies and methods in this course will make your email management incredibly productive, which means you will become less stressed, more creative and have more time to do the things that are important to you. But that will only happen if you take action.

It is not difficult to set your email up, but it does take time to develop the habit. Taking that time to really get your email management productive is not something you should take lightly. 

By the end of this course you will no longer struggle to manage your email. You will be able respond quickly, receive replies faster and never struggle to find important emails again. The strategies taught in this course are simple, and with a little practice you will find are easy to implement. 

What’s Included?


  • Why get email under control?

Before You Begin, Some Homework

  • Hard or soft Bankruptcy?

  • Your inbox is for collecting not storing


  • The system overview

The setup

  • Creating the folders

  • Action This Day

  • Waiting for

  • Reference

  • Archive

Using The System

  • Asking the right questions

  • Processing your inbox

  • developing good habits

  • special folders

  • Timing your email

  • Processing examples

Some does and don’ts

  • Reply to all? No! No!

  • Snooze features and why you should not be using them

  • The What/Why structure

  • Handling newsletters

  • Avoiding unnecessary emails

  • What to use

Setup Guides

  • Setting up Gmail

  • Setting up Outlook