Everyone wants to know what everyone does in their daily life to get their productivity going and accomplish the most amount of success possible. Well, if you’re interested in what that looks like for me, I’m sharing my average morning routine in today’s video.
I understand more than anyone how difficult it can be to keep email from running your life. I’m an “Inbox Zero” kinda girl. So I thought I’d talk about some of the strategies and tools I use to keep my inbox from dictating my day, my workload and my life.
It’s typical for any of us to feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day. But the reality is that every one of us here on earth have the same number of hours to work with. So if you prioritize your time effectively, you can feel better about all the things you need to do.
And that’s exactly what we’re talking about today thanks to a question from Carly:
“Would you be interested in creating a video or have you already created one about what and how to prioritze work when time is liited? Currently I am working a full time job and I have my photography business on the side which I am slowly but surely growing my audience. My problem is keeping videos consistent and sending out emails to my subscribers.”
I’m definitely an “inbox zero” kind of girl. I have filters upon filters. Systems for certain types of emails. I even rejoiced when Gmail released the new tabs system because it added another way to stay organized. I realize that I’m in the 1% in terms of how I handle my email, but I know that this is also one of the reasons why I don’t feel so bogged down or overwhelmed when it comes to my work load. I also have things under control.
So I thought I would share one of the key tools that helps me make life a little cleaner in my Gmail with you. This Savvy Tuesday episode is about a little friend of mine named Boomerang.
Google rolled out their contribution to the music streaming scene, Google All Access, at their developers conference a couple weeks ago. I signed up and I’m hooked. But I’ve also been a loyal Spotify user since it came to the U.S.
So I wanted to bring up the pros and cons of these platforms so you can help me decide. Which is better?