Improve your productivity with inbox zero

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For CEOS and founders of small businesses, inbox zero is not just a dream -- it can be done. Why should you keep your email inbox empty? From timely responses to emails, and more time spent doing what matters, the benefits are many. 

You can always open your emails a few hours later, process your inbox again, then go back to more fulfilling work. The goal is to condition yourself to stop worrying about emails all day long. You should be controlling your inbox, not the other way around. Keep it productive. Keep it sane. And, most importantly, keep it zero.

What are your tips for managing your inbox? Tell us in the comments below how you achieve inbox zero. 

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