Productivity Habits for Working from Home and How Email Assistant Can Help

“Working from home is a privilege that more and more entrepreneurs and executives are enjoying. With the advancements in technology, you can be just as productive from home as you could at the corporate office, but there are also some challenges that come with that.

Working from home requires discipline and the development of new productive habits that allow you to get the same amount of work done there as you would in an office setting.” from 10 Productive Habits For Working From Home

Self Made Success has some great tips for staying on task while working from home. Make sure to check out the original article above for their ten suggestions.

Sometimes no matter how on task you are, it’s easy to get distracted by email. If you’re self-employed, missing a client’s email can mean the difference in what you take home for the  month. …

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Get out of your inbox and back to your life with Email- EasilyDo Mail Assistant

We are excited to introduce Email Assistant, our newest solution for busy professionals who spend a significant amount of time managing their email on their mobile device. Email Assistant works with your favorite email app to make your inbox actionable, so you never miss what matters. Download it now!

Did you know that ninety-one percent of consumers check their email at least once per day on their smartphones, making it the device’s most popular activity? Eighty-seven percent of those checking are looking at work and personal email at the same time….

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Will 2015 Be the Death of Email Overload?

“That’s right: In 2015, email is taking a backseat compared to a few alternative ways to communicate more effectively — those emerging collaborative environments like Slack and Circuit along with apps like Knowmail and Mailbox that do a better job of weeding out the fluff.” Source:

Our friends at Computerworld see 2015 as the year email overload will be a thing of the past. Do you agree?…

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Increase Productivity for Creative Types & Entrepreneurs

Here’s some great advice for all you creative types on how to be more productive from Here’s a snippet:

My father used to carry around a Franklin day timer.  Something about it was interesting to me… a way to organize your thoughts into blocks of time.

I first got serious at the subject after reading “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” by the late Stephen Covey and his subsequent book on time management, “First Things First.”

The Psychology of Sales – Is Time Really of the Essence?

In a recent blog post, we took a look at how different generations are feeling about the current economic climate and the impact of their ‘age and stage’ on the attitudes they revealed in a recent survey.

However, the psychology of potential clients hinges on all manner of other criteria, including the response times of sales representatives once they’ve shown an interest in a product or a service. When it comes to converting leads into sales, is time really of the essence?…

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You Asked and We Listened. New Salesforce Features!

We’ve heard feedback from a lot of Business users, and as a result we are rolling out new features – starting today – to improve your ability to interact with Salesforce. The best part: you don’t need to do anything to upgrade if you already have a Business subscription. You’ll automatically start seeing the updates next time you log in. See below for a quick overview of what to expect.

Now you can:

  • Update an opportunity when logging a meeting
  • Log an activity when updating an opportunity
  • Create a new account and/or opportunity when adding a contact

We’ve also improved the experience by:…

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Want to be More Productive? Ditch These Habits

Originally from Entrepreneur

The habits you think are making you more productive could actually be dragging you down. Entrepreneur explores the ten things you do in your work week you should reconsider so can be more efficient.

We’ve explored a couple of these ideas such as scaling back on the number of times in a day you check your email and the myth of multitasking.

We strongly agree with all the suggestions of habits that should be broken— especially not taking breaks and eating lunch at your desk….

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Email Overload, Burnout, and 5 Tips for Avoiding It

Email is never-ending. The Mail app’s red notification dot climbs by the minute. There’s no way this is slowing down since everything is in your email account. Your travel itineraries, work conversations, personal plans, newsletters, and hidden in there is important, time sensitive information. We’re experiencing email overload.

Many studies have focused on email overload and its relationship to increased levels of stress and a loss of productivity. …

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