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When my morning alarm rings, I disable it and scan my i Phone for urgent messages.It's important for me to reply to these emails before my morning routine starts so my integrity and reliability stays intact—this is how all valuable relationships are nurtured.The most important lesson I have learned is to not stress over your inbox volume, but rather create a system to make sure it's as organized as possible.
I've had to often turn off my internet so I can write, undisturbed by the emails that come in." —Padma Lakshmi, host, author, and co-founder of the Endometriosis Foundation of America"I generally catch up on emails first thing in the morning.
At second glance, I start responding to the regular mail, scrap the junk, and archive all the handled work.
My goal is to keep an empty inbox, so by noon I will bring my unread email count to zero and then to do the same by 6 p.m." —Nina Garcia, judge"I have always been a detail-oriented person, and that has always played a significant role in my daily routine.
This starts my day off feeling like I've accomplished something.
Throughout the day, I usually keep my emails open, unless I need to focus on a project, then I'll close it down so I'm not distracted." —Renée Rouleau, celebrity esthetician and skin care expert "At first glance, I comb my inbox for any leftover mail from the day before and respond to anything urgent.