For 2012, I resolved to keep my email inbox empty. You might ask, “Why would anyone consider taking on such a challenge?”
The reason is simple: I feel like I have been losing the battle with my email . . . and it doesn’t seem to be getting better and there is data to support this uneasy feeling. According to The Radicati Group’s Survey: Corporate Email, 2011-2012:
The number of emails sent per day continues to increase, despite growing use of social networking and instant messaging. In 2010 users were receiving an average of 72 emails per day, and sending an average of 33 emails per day.
The data is alarming, but what is more concerning is Read more