Keeping up with email is a struggle for every business leader and professional.
Systematizing your inbox is the way to quickly move from the essential task (and chore) of email communications to work that you need to get too.
What if you could create time for free, do you know what you would do with it?
How to Systemize your Inbox
Thank you for spending your time with me.
I am Edwin Frondozo, I am a father, husband, award-winning podcast host, entrepreneur, and writer.
If you are like me, you have unread emails in your inbox, a number of emails to return, time-sensitive tasks, and personal errands to accomplish before the end of the day.
I appreciate the trust you have put on me.
Keeping up with email was a struggle for me, as my podcast and business grew, I found it tough to not only reply to emails but to open it to start a conversation. is a struggle for every business leader and professional. Finding a way to systematize your inbox is essential in today's work environment!
I don't have a magic bullet that will grant you an endless amount of time, but I do have a system that I would like to share with you. A system that gets me to inbox zero every day!
What would you do with the extra time? For me, that's spending time with my family, training for marathons, and writing.
What's in the book?
10 email management strategies that I use to get to inbox zero every day
The free tools that I use that help me minimize the time I spend in my inbox
Fun community challenges that will help you get started to the elusive inbox zero
"His commitment and knowledge got us up and running extremely smoothly "
"He is not only an expert at what he does, but he gets what you need from the get go."
"Edwin has mentored thousands of entrepreneurs, always willing and ready to lend a hand wherever and whenever needed."
President, Startup Canada
Yes, it is 100% free, instantly download, NO email address required.
Just some strategies, tools and challenges that I wanted to share that will help you lose your email anxiety and add at least 10 hours to your week.