There's nothing as depressing as missing an important gig because it's lost in your email, right?
Inbox Revolution is a course that teaches you a practical, step-by-step system for organizing your email inbox. While the course focuses on use of Gmail as a primary email system to centralize your incoming messages, you can apply many of these tips and resources to almost any service you choose.
Imagine opening your email and seeing just the important messages you need to see. Respond more quickly to people that matter, save a ton of time by sending unwanted mail to the "black hole" for good, and never be anxious again about losing a prospective customer.
From the very start use the handy What's In Your Inbox? template to identify common buckets for your email and to help you begin to systematize how and what you read.
What Students Have Said About Online Training with Tanya:
Tanya Smith is a creative social content strategist, soccer mom and geeky student of all things internet, teaching service providers to leverage snack-size, microcontent for maximum social media visibility so they can be more visible, grow thriving businesses and live a life they love.
Described as a “walking Google", Tanya's experience and branding perspectives have been featured in radio, print, and a number of well-known digital publications such as Visionocity and Bronze Magazine.
Tanya has been a guest speaker for various national organizations and events, having the honor of delivering a world-wide simulcast for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), as well as delivering training about personal branding and online marketing systems for the University of Texas at Dallas' executive coaching “Expert Forum" and Alliance Data Systems (ADS).
Formerly named #4 in the top 10 of Most Intriguing Women by the National Association for Women on the Rise and #8 in the list of 50 Fabulous Women Entrepreneurs by Black Business Women Online, Tanya has also been previously listed as one of the Top 100 Business Coaches to follow on Twitter by Evan Carmichaels.