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Getting Your Inbox to Zero - Public Workshop - Sydney - 24th Nov 2016
Thu. 24 November 2016, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm AEDT
Note: this workshop will be facilitated by Graham Allcott, the original Productivity Ninja and Author of "How to Be a Productivity Ninja". Graham is visiting Australia and NZ in November and has kindly offered to personally run some events on behalf of Think Productive Australia.
Introducing... Getting Your Inbox to Zero
Email becoming a monster? Inbox out of control? Join us and discover all the Ninja tips and tricks you need to get your inbox to zero and keep it there!
The average worker spends 41% of their time on email management, and the volume of email each of us receives is currently doubling every 4-5 years. More than half of all workers admit to being stressed by how much email they receive. It’s time to take control.
How It Works
Our practical workshops ensure real change happens on the day, rather than just talking about it!
After an hour of discussion and Ninja hacks it will be your time for your own "Hands On" inbox magic. This practical individual implementation, supported by your Productivity Ninja™ will help you clear your inbox by the time we leave. PLUS you'll have a system in place to keep it there.
What You'll Need
You'll need a laptop with wifi capability and live access to your email so you can clear your inbox on the day. We also highly recommend your bring an external mouse. Trying to do so much dragging and dropping with a trackpad can be annoyong.
Handouts and refreshments will be provided on the day.
Any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Matt on 0499-338-722
Attendees of this workshop will receive an offer for a discounted ticket (only $15) to "Nibbles and Drinks" with Graham at 6pm on the same day. Graham will be presenting on the topic of "Beyond Busy". The discussion will be centred around:
issues around work life balance
practical tips to feel more balanced
how do we create the environment for work life balance
stop "being busy" as a badge of honour
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