Overwhelmed by Email? We Have Your Solution.
How many emails are in your inbox right now? If you just cringed, you've got a problem.
You're busy and you've got great work to do – and it's hard to do that work when you have a pile of unanswered emails sitting there weighing on you. The challenge is that we're all getting more email than we can process using the hodge-podge habits we've accrued in time.
Email Triage is a structured technique for processing email. It teaches you how to make rapid, effective decisions about what to do with what you have in your inbox. At the end of the process, you're left with only the bits that require your attention.
I developed this process in my earlier days of productivity coaching because so many people were struggling with email and it was getting in the way of their work. This isn't theory here – it's an action-based process that quickly gets to what matters.
Here's what you can expect from Email Triage:
Less overwhelm about your email inbox
The ability to focus on the people who deserve your attention
Better clarity and more peace of mind
Greater insight into opportunities – financial and otherwise – that are buried in your inbox
What comes with Email Triage?
1. A guided audio program, a little over 16 minutes long, to help you go through the process step by step
2. A 19-page e-book that discusses the process in more detail
3. A worksheet that lists the steps of Email Triage in a handy, printable 3x5 format
Since this a product that reinforces your ability to make rapid, effective decisions, I've priced it at a point that lets you take action right now without overthinking it. For the cost of a movie, you can have a better relationship with your email, your correspondents, and yourself.
If you could benefit from a smarter way to manage email, join the hundreds of other happy customers who've bought this product by using our secure checkout process.
Still unsure? Read some testimonials from other Creative Giants below. If you feel satisfied with your current email management process, I don't want to waste any more of your time, energy, and attention - you've got some great work to do.
Here's how Email Triage has helped other Creative Giants make progress on their best work:
"After using Email Triage, my inbox went from 723 to 54 emails in the space of 20 minutes. Better than that, I found three – count 'em THREE! – requests from new clients that I didn't know I had. Thanks!" - Suzanne Bird-Harris
"Email Triage is simple, straight to the point, concise and fluff-free - just what's required when the inbox (and the mind) is in a state of overwhelm and crisis! So many organizational and productivity systems are so complex that they're too much of a mission to implement. Charlie's method is simple and fast and he's made clarity and perspective totally accessible." - Cath Duncan
"WOW, this is the best $10 I have spent in a long time. I'm responding to people, especially clients, prospects and other important folks, more quickly. And now that I have filed important attachments (word docs, .jpgs, etc.) to a proper place on my hard drive, I can find those instead of hunting back through my email for the files people have sent me. Email no longer feels like my job… it has returned to its proper place as a tool to help me do my real job, which is coaching wonderful people! Thanks, Charlie, for sharing your system!" - Martha Carnahan
"I've been keeping my main business inbox total number of messages in the 30s, which is amazing for me. When I bought your product, I hovered closer to 150. You've changed so much for me. For $10. Think of all the ways you try and alleviate stress from work – whether that's a massage, treating yourself to lunch, or taking a vacation. Isn't it worth it to eliminate some of that stress at the source? The Email Triage process can do just that, all without having to leave a tip or pack a bag." - Jessica Commins
If you have any questions regarding specifics about Email Triage, you can shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Don't worry, it won't cause us any stress or get lost in the shuffle.)