The demands of work, particularly responding to emails and a never-ending list of to-do items, need not be stressful. Making work less stressful starts with having a system and approach to how to get things done. Inbox Freedom is that system for the digital age.
Inbox Freedom is more than a collection of tips, tactics, and tools that will make you more efficient at work and give you more peace of mind during the day. Inbox Freedom is a structured way of approaching the many demands on your time and getting things done quickly so you can spend more time on the things that really matter to you.Click here to get your copy of Inbox Freedom!
Inbox Freedom is a system that is designed to help you cope with the demands on your time. Inbox Freedom is not about achieving "inbox zero" or any other arbitrary measure of productivity. Inbox Freedom is about being proactive and intentional about the tasks you undertake and how you deal with the many things you're asked to do in your work and personal life. Inbox Freedom is a structure for dealing with email, tasks, documents and projects using a combination of technology and tips from the authors to get more done and be less stressed.
The philosophy behind Inbox Freedom is simple. We believe that most people fail to get things done for two core reasons. First, many people feel overwhelmed because they have a reactive as opposed to a proactive mindset when it comes to tackling work and deciding what to do. We want to move you from being Inbox Driven to having Inbox Freedom. Second, many people fail to achieve their productivity goals because they don't have a comprehensive framework for how to think about work and how to get things done. Success requires having a plan and approach.
Charles Hudson is a Partner with SoftTech VC, one of the most active seed stage investors in Internet startups. Charles focuses on investments in the mobile and consumer Internet application and infrastructure markets. Charles has been an entrepreneur and investor with a number of organizations including Google, In-Q-Tel, and others. Charles is also an avid blogger and runs 25 miles per week.
Mike Ghaffary is the Vice President of Business Development at Yelp, where he leads partnerships with companies such as Apple, Microsoft, and BMW. He is also a regular speaker on the Inbox Freedom, the co-founder of two other startup companies, Stitcher and BarMax, and an advisor to other startups. In addition he sits on the Board of Advisors of the non-profit organization, Year Up. To be able to fit all of this as well cycling 90 miles and running 10 more per week, he has to be dedicated to efficiency and productivity.