Few advisors could imagine running their business without email, but many probably wish they could run it with a little less email.

The constant influx of new email to our already overloaded inboxes distracts us from income producing activities, drains our energy and increases our stress. Complicating the situation is the mix of emails we get every day: from clients asking important questions; from staff needing instructions; from information sources that help us do business; from spouses, parents and kids; from golf buddies; and from people we’ve never heard of trying to sell us something we don’t need.

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