Some people loved going to school. Maybe not specifically the tests and the homework, but the world of academia as a whole. It’s a place where ideas can be exchanged. A world where you’re exposed to new thoughts and frameworks that challenge you to be a better version of yourself by pushing the boundaries of what you believe through the exploration of what is possible.
Others, though, hated school. This is perfectly understandable. Waking up early, having homework to do after being done with school, rules, stress from studying…it can easily overwhelm you.
But no matter where you stand on school, when you get into the real world, you realize that a lot of the same structures and patterns of the educational institution were designed to get you ready for a career, for work. You’ll have onboarding and learning new systems, processes, and information pertinent to the company. You’ll have bosses to report to and the stress of finishing assignments for clients (but this time instead of a bad grade you could get fired for failing to complete your assignment).
And throughout all of this, there’s one constant that never changes: the need to be organized. Without organization, literally nothing will get done. Nothing. Imagine trying to finish reports but some of the files are in your desk, some are in another person’s desk, and a few are stored in a variety of email folders. That alone is enough to cause burnout just from needing to remember where things are at. (At least in school, you have one desk, one cubby, a backpack, and a pencil box.)
Of course, that’s an extreme example, and almost no one, nor any place, is that disorganized. That said, it’s still easy to make careless mistakes, or just plain have a bad system due to ignorance of best practices.
So whether you loved or hated school, there was a reason we were all required to attend. There was a reason why teachers would stress that you keep notes and folders for one class separate from another. There was a reason why you had class schedules and bells signaling when one class ended and another began. And there was a reason why teachers often would not allow assignments to be turned in late. It was all to help you understand the importance of an organized life so that you could be successful as an adult.
But no matter how much these teachers imposed good habits on us, as adults, it’s easy to become lazy or fall into bad habits due to the fact that we’re human. And just because you may have had bad experiences in school doesn’t mean you should ever stop learning.
Learning new things helps our brains stay sharp, increases critical thinking skills, and allows us to solve problems that don’t have an answer we can quickly google.
That said, learning something new is tough when you feel like you’ve fallen behind at your job, and spend excessive amounts of time just searching through files to get to what you need. You probably feel like you don’t have the time to reorganize an inbox that has grown to an unruly monster, so how would you have time to set aside for, well…anything?
If you’re one of the many people who feel like this, struggle with organizing your inbox, have emails that are getting out of hand, or want to challenge yourself to become an even more efficient professional, then educating yourself on email best practices will help you develop those skills and push yourself into the next phase of your career.
While email isn’t rocket science, it is a science to be able to master the inbox. Even legal professionals with the sharpest minds can have inboxes that beg the question: “can I trust you not to lose this material?”
That’s why it’s important to have guidance in your email practices, and why it was so important for me to develop a course that teaches people how to organize their emails, and save precious time in their day.
Now I know what you’re thinking: “I don’t have time for a long course.”
I get it, and I had you in mind when I developed the ARTT™ Email Productivity Course. This course is best served when you can sit down for about two to three hours and go through all of the modules, following along, and quickly learning a straightforward system that’ll easily, yet radically, change how you approach your inbox, forever.
I know your time is valuable, and I know you’d rather be spending an evening or a weekend afternoon with your family or friends…but what if I told you that taking three hours to do this course now, could potentially save you an hour per day in the long run?
Doesn’t a three hour investment for an extra 5 hours per week seem like one of the best ROI investments you’ve ever made? Think about how much your time is worth per hour, then multiply that by 20. Then multiply that by 12. That’s about how much time and money you are saving (each year) by investing three hours now to learn to be more efficient.
The modules are simple, straightforward, and actionable. You’ll be guided step-by-step through the process I honed over years of trial and error, and you’ll reap all of the benefits from the missteps I and others have made along the way.
I want you to be successful, because I know how important time is to each and every one of us.
So take a few moments and check out ARTTemail.com where you can learn all about the ARTT™ Email Productivity System.
Sign up today, and see your life change by tomorrow. I’ll have your back, but the first step is up to you.
Are you ready?