Get the Book that Will Teach You the Complete D-A-F-T™ System for Email Management and So Much More!
Use with Outlook, Gmail, Thunderbird <-whatever app floats your boat!
This e-book provides powerful but simple tools so anyone can organize, file and find things, including things in and attached to email.
This goes far beyond creating folders and rules to create a system that you easily put to work for you.
Learn to manage and process so you don't have to put out fires and waste time always looking for things all the time >> emails, receipts, papers, appointments, names, numbers << all get organized when you learn about D-A-F-T™
As business owners and professionals we are asked to process much more information every day, but while the ways business gets done have changed, the laws of nature have not - a day still has only 24 hours (and at some point we all need to sleep)!
Take 2 minutes to download the free (and condensed) version of D-A-F-T™ published by TechnoLawyer as Move Over David Allen, A Better Way To Get Things Done (and then take another 2 minutes to read the entire thing):
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Email overload is a major problem for most professionals these days. The best advice is usually the simplest. Here's some simple advice: have a really basic system that you apply to your professional email. My friend AndreaCannavina (of LegalTypist fame) gave a talk recently where she advocated using the “DAFT system”: that is, for all incoming email you either defer, act, file or toss. I use this system ...
Ernie The Attorney | Email Management - 1st Step: Get Rid of Clutter
Those who know Andrea know she will help you with a click of her keyboard. Before you’ve ever finished the sentence, ‘Can you help me with…? she’s figured out a solution. Seriously! She’s sharp, generous and very, very skilled. In this guest lecture, she and I talk about her D-A-F-T™ system for handling e-mails and which has now become the exclusive way I handle the literally hundreds of e-mails I get almost daily.
Susan Cartier Liebel | Using the D-A-F-T System To Organize Workflow