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You've Got (Too Much) Mail!

38 Do's and Don'ts to Tame Your Inbox
Narrated by: Dave Wright
Length: 42 mins
4 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Do you need help managing the thousands of emails in your inbox? 

The good news is that you don't need 100 years or a virtual assistant to get it under control. You already have everything you need but lack the direction to make it happen. Most people have the drive and desire to empty their inbox but lack the knowledge of how to empty it and keep it empty. 

For instance, you have probably tried many times to empty it but are interrupted before you reach your goal. Or maybe you have managed to empty it, but within a week or two, it's filled up again. 

In this audiobook, you'll learn 38 tricks, and what you need to start doing and stop doing to organize your mail. You'll discover a series of well-defined steps and be in a position to keep your inbox empty.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.  

©2015 Chris A. Baird (P)2015 Chris A. Baird

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What made the experience of listening to You've Got (Too Much) Mail! the most enjoyable?

Wow, this is pretty impressive. To be honest I was curious about this because I have got hundreds of email each day. Tricks here is really helpful to me and it is worth it getting it. Audio is a bit short but giving helpful tips which are most important.

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Impressive!

Tis very useful especially for entrepreneurs like me who depend so much on e-mails. Now I don’t have to rely on my assistant often than I used to. I can now log in anytime in my e-mail and never have that headache I used to have because of the mess. The tips shared are simple but highly effective .

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Where does You've Got (Too Much) Mail! rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It is one of the great audio book I have. Many great tips learned and surely be useful.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I love the tricks and enjoyed listening to the narration.

What does Dave Wright bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

An excellent narrator. Clear voice and understandable.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Fix it Email!

Any additional comments?

I am sharing this audio book to my mother and father for them to get the great tips on arranging their emails. Useful and helpful!

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E-mail tracking management

What made the experience of listening to You've Got (Too Much) Mail! the most enjoyable?

Handling emails properly.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I simply appreciate the narration. Did not mind the characters at all when I am more focused on what to do with my tons of emails.

What about Dave Wright’s performance did you like?

Dave's voice in narration of the book was a factor why the audio was good and pleasing to hear.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Most of it.

Any additional comments?

Handling e-mails may look easy to handle but the truth is, it needs a lot of effort to rearrange it according to its importance. Checking those spams as well were also time consuming and it was not even related to my job.

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  • Forked River, NJ USA
  • 11-02-16

Helpful Resource!

This guide gave a ton of useful tips and tricks to keep me organized so I could stay on top of my mail. Well worth the time to check it out. Definitely recommend this one., Nicely done!

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Informative book

I personally think that this book is perfect for me. I do have a bunch of mails and I really want to manage them. The book gave simple and easy to understand tips and techniques on how to tame your emails. It is very useful and can really declutter your inbox.

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let's tame the beast........

Best informative book. Totally consists of 6 chapters and 4th chapters provides 38 good points. I like to author the author for creating such an excellent book.

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Declutter and organize your email the right way

If you could sum up You've Got (Too Much) Mail! in three words, what would they be?

Email Organizations Hack

What does Dave Wright bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Dave does a good job in providing a slow and steady pace in delivering the right tone when it came to the "you've got mail" title. Very good narrator!

What insight do you think you’ll apply from You've Got (Too Much) Mail!?

Well it's easier said and done and this book provides the right steps, tools, and tips to make sure you are organize in your email folders and successful because of it.

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I would recommend this to anyone who has an email inbox that has like 100 unread emails. We all have those! So it's essential to get this ebook.

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  • ALFRIDA
  • 02-28-17

You've Got (Too Much) Mail!: 38 Do's and Don'ts

E-mails are very useful, especially when you are working in the office, everything that concerns about your work will be send to you through e-mails. But just because we have e-mails and using it almost everyday doesn't mean we are use it the right way. Actually most of us are still lack of much needed information on how to handle e-mails. And I must say this book is very helpful for everyone using e-mails. Stop your confusion and start reading now, many tips to dig in on how to manage your e-mail. A great book fro me, will recommend this for sure.



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  • Zack
  • 03-01-17

great book

Very helpful guide...By listening this book I have learned more from this book. It serves as a reminder or an awakening to make yourself into something greater than you are right now. This book is really a great resource for those who want to learn more about Self-Management..............I highly suggest this

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  • Haluk
  • 02-28-17

Tame Your Inbox

I have been listening to a many of articles and blog posts lately regarding email management due to my frustration with the lack of control I felt I had over my inbox. I feel frustrated sometimes receiving too much mail from commercial networking sites that truly irritates me for so many people invited me to their company, recommendations and warnings and whatsoever you call that, that annoys me.And I am viewing for some help to assist me how to get rid of this emails.And I got this book and the book provides basic but very useful hints for clearing out and keeping your inbox clear. The tips are easy to implement. A very practical guide.The book is well structured and highly recommended.