Archives By Author: Ajay Goel

The Gmail Genius #46 – Inbox tips from 25 famous women

November 7, 2019

How I Email: David Kadavy, Author and Podcast Host David shares the email system that enables him to meet his creative output goals.  A few highlights: – Why he prefers to keep two inboxes (and how he manages them) – How he overcomes poor time estimation – Leveraging your energy rhythms to be more productive How I

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How I Email: Sheelagh Caygill, Founder, Communicate Influence

November 7, 2019

Please share your daily email routine. I’ve recently launched a podcast that is a side-project outside of my full-time position as a content writer. Therefore, I make sure I keep the podcast project – and all activities related to it – separate from my work. So I check my podcast-related emails early in the morning

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How I Email: David Kadavy, Author and Podcast Host

October 31, 2019

What is your daily approach for managing your inbox? I have two separate Gmail accounts. One is for humans, and then the other email address is used when I sign up for various companies. I have two different browsers open with the two different Gmail inboxes [at the same time] when I am checking email.

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The Gmail Genius #45 – 7 new incredibly useful things you didn’t know Gmail could do

October 3, 2019

How I Email: Paul Metcalfe, Curator, Startup Resources Paul shared how his email habits changed as he made the transition from corporate finance guy to entrepreneur. Learn more about: – His “savage” system for managing his inbox – The 2 apps he loves – His best advice for keeping newsletter readers engaged How I Email:

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How I Email: Paul Metcalfe, Curator, Startup Resources

October 3, 2019

How do you manage your inbox? I like to think of myself as an Inbox Zero kind of person. But, honestly, it doesn’t always work out that way. Back in my corporate life, I was head of finance for a $250 million business. So I got a ton of emails every day. For years my

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How I Email: Mathew Passy, Consultant, The Podcast Consultant

September 26, 2019

How do you manage your inbox?  On my computer, I use Spark. I have multiple Gmail and Gsuite accounts and I don’t like having to log in and out to handle it all, so I just don’t ever go check gmail.com or use the Gmail app. Spark allows me to keep all of my various

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The Gmail Genius #44 – 18 tips for writing an excellent subject line so your email gets read

September 5, 2019

How I Email: Brendan Hufford, Creator, SEO for the Rest of Us Highlights from this interview with Brendan, the SEO director at Clique Chicago: – Brendan uses the Eisenhower box ( à la the 34th U.S. President) for figuring out whether to reply immediately or defer his emails – He once sent a cold email

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How I Email: Phil Gerbyshak, Sales Trainer & Keynote Speaker

September 5, 2019

What’s your personal approach to email? How do you handle your inbox? I have two email accounts: a personal email and a work email. I tend to get up between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. in the morning and the first thing I do is check them on my phone. I look for emails that

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How I Email: Brendan Hufford, Creator, SEO for the Rest of Us

August 29, 2019

What’s your daily approach to email?  I almost never worry about hitting Inbox Zero. For me, it’s about being effective with my communication (and really everything in my business), not being “done.” Especially with something as Sisyphean as email. My process generally looks like going through my emails in the morning, marking ones that need

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The Gmail Genius #43 – 15 Gmail keyboard shortcuts that’ll save you time

August 1, 2019

Make a joint email address with a Gmail filter If you and a partner need to receive joint email (let’s say for health insurance), this is a good “set it and forget it” configuration instead of creating a new, shared email account. 5 overrated email phrases you’ve probably used before (and what to say instead)

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