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Eliminate Email Overload In 10 Mins Or Less Per Day

This post was most recently updated on February 23rd, 2014

If you’re like me, you probably get off track easily because of a well-known online villain called Email Overload.

I finally got this problem under control because of my friend, Gavin Mountford. I’ve worked with Gavin on several projects, and he’s become a trusted mentor of mine.

So let me begin by asking you this…

How many emails do you get on a daily basis? 10, 50, 100, 300? More, or less?

I know some people who get over 300 emails on a daily basis and they are supposed to be able to manage them!

How?

It get’s a little overwhelming at times, having all those emails coming in doesn’t it?

The worst part is that most of the emails are junk, spam and rubbish from newsletters you signed up to 6 months ago and all you do is DELETE them…

Pretty crazy how most people will keep the emails coming in to their inbox which they don’t read, only to delete them as soon as they come in!

How much time do you WASTE scanning and deleting emails you don’t want?

Chances are… a lot!

Plus, all that mental CLUTTER and space it takes up when you just look at your inbox…. along with the feeling of dread when you think about it.

 

So, what can you do about it?

Well, Gavin uses a special formula to empty his email inbox on a daily basis…

He knows exactly what to do with each email and is able to separate them into actions such as: “waiting for”, “to read”, “delete”, “reference”. All this means your emails just became much easier to handle because you applied the steps of the formula…

In fact, he’s created a $97 special report and 5 how-to video’s to show you exactly how to implement “The Empty Email Inbox Formula” into your life so you can ELIMINATE email overwhelm once and for all…

Do you know the best bit?

For a LIMITED amount of time, he’s giving it away FREE…

All you need to do is to head on over to “Eliminate Email Overload”, read the CRAZY but true headline, wait for the access button to pop up, then CLICK the button & connect with your Facebook account…

You’ll go directly to “The Empty Email Inbox Formula” main page. There, you’ll be able to download your 26 page special report and watch the videos so you can easily implement the formula yourself.

Let me know how it goes for you! I love the formula… I really think you will, too.

Here’s the link again, and feel free to share this with your friends/followers and fans to help them with managing their own emails:

 

I don’t know how long Gavin will be offering this for FREE, so I’d do it now if I were you.

I appreciate your comments and would love to hear how this works for you! I’m so glad to be able to share this with you so can eliminate email overload, too.

Donna Merrill
Donna is a well known blogger and creator of "Blogging Magic" - an intensive guide to blogging. "Blogging Magic" is for beginners who are trying to figure out how to bring their blogs to life with tons of visits, comments and social media interaction. It's even for advanced bloggers looking to reach new levels of authority and engagement with their audience.

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20 Responses to Eliminate Email Overload In 10 Mins Or Less Per Day

  1. Lynn Jones January 17, 2012 at 2:24 am #

    Hi Donna, I am delighted to hear that Gavin’s Eliminate Email Overload was a huge help to you. It makes me eager to get into it and put it into practice. I am guilty and my email inbox needs help.
    I enjoyed your wonderful review.
    Have a great week,
    Lynn

  2. Nile January 11, 2012 at 3:55 pm #

    I am looking into this from after reading the TSA blog and I might even share about Gavin’s method on mine. Like I said there, I’ve had a long time to figure out my method and got that down, but for those just getting into the game, it really can be a help. So far I have heard nothing but good about Gavin’s Eliminate Email Overload.
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  3. David Haines January 10, 2012 at 2:13 pm #

    Great article Donna. I’ll check out the info that Gavin has. I’m not overloaded with emails, but my inbox could use some cleaning up!

    Thanks Donna, great value as always!

    Sincerely,

    David Haines
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  4. Roger Reed January 9, 2012 at 6:29 pm #

    I know I suffer from e-mail overload! Thanks for shedding some light! Be blessed this week!

    Rahj

  5. Patricia January 9, 2012 at 9:09 pm #

    e mail clutter is like having a closet with sweaters that are all over the place and when you open the closet they all fall on you and you end up dressed with the same clothes becuse you do not know what you really have in there.

    I have a new habit since 2011.

    Once I see a series of mails that are not interesting to me I immediately unsubscribe.

    Another thing I do is to keepte good mails and tag them to read them in the metro, in the evening or when I have time.
    I like the product Gavin offers and I am curious to try it after reading your review;)

    • Donna Merrill
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      January 9, 2012 at 9:28 pm #

      I love your analogy Patricia. This happens to me all the time. Even with my cashmere sweaters 🙁 Gavin’s stuff is great. I thought I had it all down with my emails until I received a few phone calls that I didn’t reply to some very important ones. I don’t want that to happen again! Check him out.
      Donna
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  6. Emilia January 9, 2012 at 4:48 pm #

    E-mail clutter. Oh Gosh! I usually sort them to folders and then I keep forgetting about them. If I don’t get a follow-up on them soon, I consider them solved :D.
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  7. Anne January 9, 2012 at 1:52 pm #

    I get lots of emails, but I only answer the work ones and leave the others for later. I try to empty all but my very important ones each day. I don’t leave them piling up, because like you said, it’s the mental clutter that’s worrying.

    I don’t just delete newsletter. I work on a structure that if I haven’t opened the last 5, I won’t open them again. Once this happens I unsubscribe.
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    • Donna Merrill
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      January 9, 2012 at 9:18 pm #

      I know what you mean Anne, I tried folders, and then I forget to look at them, I tried to delete every day, but that didn’t work. I have a get response account for my emails that people are opening, but I need to hire help for that. On and On I go. Email can be a part time job. That’s why I’m spreading the news about this awesome course.
      I worked with Gavin before and he is a great teacher.
      Donna
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  8. Lisa
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    January 8, 2012 at 7:14 pm #

    Thanks for the tip – I have just been going through this and unsubscribing where I can…Will check this out.

  9. Buddy Hodges January 8, 2012 at 4:25 pm #

    Hi Donna,

    Wow! Your post is sooooo relevant to my problem. I am looking forward to trying Gavin’s system. I know he is an expert on productivity. He is also probably more disciplined an minimalist than I am. I am a “pack rat” both offline and online. I am reluctant to add up all the emails I get (in the thousands), and I do not delete them, because I use gmail and yahoo for most of my email addresses. Unlike my two storage warehouses offline,Gmail has virtually unlimited storage.

    For someone like me, who hates to throw anything away that might be useful someday, email and information overload and technological overwhelm are daily challenges. I am a glutton for information, which is one reason I LOVE the internet. Another reason is leverage. I am using EverNote, which I highly recommend, and of course thousands of “bookmarks” stored in the cloud on Google Chrome. My father bought encyclopedias, reference books, and annual “Information Please” almanacs.

    I promise to go directly to Gavin’s course as soon as I finish this comment, and I will report back after hopefully applying his advice — as much as I can and still be who I am…

  10. marquita herald
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    January 8, 2012 at 1:05 am #

    Sounds like a great program Donna, and I know Gavin has a lot of great advice to offer. I think anyone who suffers from email overload would greatly benefit by looking into the product. Thanks for the excellent review!
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    • Donna Merrill
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      January 8, 2012 at 6:35 am #

      Marty, Thanks, I did the review because I worked with him in the past and he is a great teacher. Gavin is growing in leaps and bounds and sharing so much these days. Email is a problem. I have 2 major ones and It makes me want to hire a personal assistant lol. Now we have this.
      Donna
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