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"I regularly fail in my quest of achieving 'inbox zero,' but I never go to bed with more than 10-20 unanswered emails—I always start my day with a clean slate." —Ivanka Trump, executive vice president of acquisitions and development at Trump Organization and CEO and Founder of the Ivanka Trump Collection "I keep every email I receive (except for junk), and anything I have to deal with I mark as unread. Also my assistant reads my email to make sure I'm not missing anything!
I do get through my whole inbox every day, partially because I try to unplug on weekends.
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.
You should always know where an email is logged and have a search method mastered.
I've begun spending Sunday evenings busting out on my inbox and really cleaning things out!
With a growing team of over 100 employees, this allows me to be attentive to each team as well as multitask my personal schedule." —Amber Venz Box, co-founder and president of reward Style "Since I run a digital web marketing firm, email is essential. I follow this rule: If I can answer it in less than a minute, I respond right away.
If it requires a longer answer, I flag it for later. This way I can make sure to address time-sensitive emails first and the rest later.
I can't fall sleep knowing I have some emails that I haven't responded to in a timely fashion. While necessary, they take away important creative time (where the real magic happens in my growing skin care company) from my brain.
Before I go to bed most nights, I choose one project that I will complete in the morning BEFORE checking my email.
" —Randi Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, author of , editor-in-chief of Dot Complicated, and host of Dot Complicated on Sirius XM"I have multiple mailboxes set up for different types of emails: scheduling, personal, and business.