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Jun 27, 2019

Interrupted focus leads to a lower quality of work.


Today's featured bestselling author is Hall of Fame speaker, one of the top 3 communicators in the world and professional development legend, Dianna Booher. Dianna and I talk about her newest book "Faster, fewer, Better Emails", advice she would give to her younger self and more!


Key Takeaways:


Using “Reply All” inappropriately adds more unnecessary emails to everyone else’s inboxes.

Constantly responding to emails interrupts your thinking.

Check your email at least 2-3 times a day instead of every hour.

Build your personal brand by writing and publishing a book with a traditional publisher.

People spend an average of 2-3 hours daily on email.

“Don’t let email sap your productivity.”


Dianna's New Book:

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