Achieve more, boost your productivity with less email



The Internet, conceived as a research and a productivity tool, has become a weapon of mass distraction. A study by the University of Illinois and Microsoft found that it takes, on average, 16 minutes and 33 seconds for a wroker interrupted by an email to get back to what he/she was doing before receiving the email.
Stop checking emails every five minutes, it will boost your productivity.
Even Intel and Deloitte & Touche now have email free days to boost productivity.

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