How to Make  E-mail  Less Annoying A Tiny Guide to Outlook Best Practices for Sales People
In a Perfect World
Even More Perfect…
Utopia
Let’s Face It
Unhapppy. Unproductive. Buried.
Just Like Other Annoying Things  E-mail is  Not Going Away
If You Can’t Beat ‘em, Join ‘em
10 Simple Things You Can Do  to  Make Email  Less Annoying  (&  More Useful)
Number 1 Simplify Your Folders/Sub-Folders
Number 2 Search is Your Friend
Number 3 Make an Electronic ‘To Do’ Folder* *Aren’t you happy we don’t use Lotus Notes anymore?!
Number 4 Sort is Your Friend
Number 5 Explore Plug-Ins That Work For You* *Hunt for one at: http://office-outlook.com/
Number 6 Don’t Let the Red Flag Get You
Number 7 AutoArchive When Prompted
Number 8 Gamble: Send a Calendar Invite & Bridge  to Unsuspecting Prospect
Number 9 Have an Email Blackout
Number 10 Think Before You Send
That Far Away Look in Ted’s Eye We’ll Get There…
Who Received an Email During This 5 Minute Presentation? Annoying, isn’t it?
Thanks for listening.  Paige Finkelman
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How To Make E Mail Less Annoying by Paige Finkelman

  1. 1. How to Make E-mail Less Annoying A Tiny Guide to Outlook Best Practices for Sales People
  2. 2. In a Perfect World
  3. 3. Even More Perfect…
  4. 4. Utopia
  5. 5. Let’s Face It
  6. 6. Unhapppy. Unproductive. Buried.
  7. 7. Just Like Other Annoying Things E-mail is Not Going Away
  8. 8. If You Can’t Beat ‘em, Join ‘em
  9. 9. 10 Simple Things You Can Do to Make Email Less Annoying (& More Useful)
  10. 10. Number 1 Simplify Your Folders/Sub-Folders
  11. 11. Number 2 Search is Your Friend
  12. 12. Number 3 Make an Electronic ‘To Do’ Folder* *Aren’t you happy we don’t use Lotus Notes anymore?!
  13. 13. Number 4 Sort is Your Friend
  14. 14. Number 5 Explore Plug-Ins That Work For You* *Hunt for one at: http://office-outlook.com/
  15. 15. Number 6 Don’t Let the Red Flag Get You
  16. 16. Number 7 AutoArchive When Prompted
  17. 17. Number 8 Gamble: Send a Calendar Invite & Bridge to Unsuspecting Prospect
  18. 18. Number 9 Have an Email Blackout
  19. 19. Number 10 Think Before You Send
  20. 20. That Far Away Look in Ted’s Eye We’ll Get There…
  21. 21. Who Received an Email During This 5 Minute Presentation? Annoying, isn’t it?
  22. 22. Thanks for listening. Paige Finkelman

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