If you have ever thought about declaring "email bankruptcy" just to get rid of all those old messages in your inbox - you may want to check out these two videos. The first is an often passed around presentation from Merlin Mann's Google TechTalk last year about "Inbox Zero" which is a philosophy for clearing out your inbox that will go a long way to revolutionizing the way that you deal with email:
The second is a great example from Gary Vaynerchuck from WineLibraryTV about dealing with inbox overload in a very personal way in his own trademark style:
On a Saturday afternoon dealing with my own inbox overload issues, I'm getting inspired to a better way through these videos. As soon as I finish procrastinating by writing this post, of course.
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