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I feel really productive today. I reduced my emails received for the day to just 5 items that I really need to follow up on. They are in good company…there with the 16 from the day before, and the 12 from the day before that. Three days ago was not very productive; some 80 emails remain. Of course, I probably won’t get to any of them, since tomorrow will come and I’ll be busy again deleting emails or responding to the “emergencies” that appear in my inbox. In my 30+ years in business, apparently I was never very important until my email started to overflow with things I just HAD to deal with now, or face phone calls (remember them?) with angry people asking why I haven’t responded to their email. Mixed in that morass are 42 seminar invites from associates, jokes from my retired friends and relatives, you know the rest of the stuff that shows up. At least our Barracuda Spamwall is filtering out the Viagra offers (compliments of Alinco Computers great email hosting). So, here’s some recommendation to solve this all too familiar dilemma: