Would you like to create more time, with a simple inbox hack, to avoid deleting all the junk emails daily which you receive but never read?
In today’s short post, I want to share with you an amazingly quick but powerful life hack that can literally create more time for you each day, which of course is one of the most prized commodities within any home business. When your inbox is full of emails from people of companies that you ‘subscribed’ to, these emails can take over. In this situation, all you end up doing is lots of delete, delete, delete, delete, delete without even reading them. I have been in this situation, as has my girlfriend and it’s something we discussed the other day about how to make more time that just brought an idea to my head for this post. It was suggested originally by a good friend of mine Brad Hart on how to find more time. It’s a very simple life hack that will change your life and your business, trust me.
As you know, small things do actually add up and so being able to claw back lots of these small moments of time, will ultimately give you a lot more time to concentrate on the main tasks at hand – YOUR BUSINESS, rather than sending a daily grind of sifting through a pile of junk, irrelevant emails and deleting them. Are you ready for it? If you’re ever wondering what to do in your free time, well this could be something to consider. Here’s the secret…
1. Go to your inbox and do a search for the word “unsubscribe”. This can be done on desktops and mobile devices. This search will return all of the emails that you’re subscribed to, many of which you probably don’t read. These are all the things that you subscribed to, or just opted in for something ages ago, but you’ve not actually interested in. You have never unsubscribed, so you constantly get the emails that you constantly delete without reading
2. Then go to each of them, find the unsubscribe link (usually found at the bottom in tiny font!), click on it and follow the unsubscribe process.
This simple task will literally free your whole inbox by hugely reducing the amount of clutter and junk that you’re receiving on a daily basis and create more time for you.
If you are just deleting every single one of these emails in your inbox without reading them, they are clearly of no interest to you. Doing the above will save you time each day (albeit a few minutes), but this small amount of time does add up.
Now you know how to create more time for your day, with this simple hack. I hope that you’ve got value from this. If you have, please share it around and comment below.
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All the best
Home Business Leader
Paddock Wood. UK