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Kamil Jopek Apr 11
#39 Reset expectations. Tell your coworkers that you are slow to respond. The reason "I need to prioritise important projects" should be sufficient. Some jobs require to be available, but most of the jobs don't. Use it as advantage.
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Kamil Jopek Apr 15
#41 Vacation on an island without wifi. Surfing vacation without wifi sounds awesome, but the important bit is to not work. Relax and recover. Don't check your email, don't answer the phone. Enjoy the piece.
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Kamil Jopek Apr 9
#38 Be slow to respond. Switch the mental model from "everything needs response right away" to "as slow as I can get away with". If things are really truly important, people will track you down. I answer emails once a day, usually before leaving the office. Works
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Kamil Jopek Apr 11
#40 Not checking email is great, but sometimes you just want to send email when in flow. You open email client and 💥💥💥 dozens of emails waiting for you, shouting for your attention. Tip: Setup email client, that can't receive emails. There's also app for it.
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Kamil Jopek Apr 7
#37 Pretend messages are letters. You know the old school letters, that take couple of days to deliver and mail carrier brings them once a day. And even after that, they lay on your desk for couple of days until you upen them. Try this with regular emails!
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Kamil Jopek Apr 9
#36 Do you like the Inbox Zero concept? I love it, but doing it daily feels like chore. How about doing it weekly?
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Vincent Petry Feb 15
Replying to @kkamilio
Reason I asked is mostly that I think "make time" applies to companies / projects as well. So might apply as well :-)
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