“Spam is like shoplifting. [It’s] theft of a tiny amount of a very valuable asset – (Time).”
Seth Godin, American author, entrepreneur, marketer, and public speaker
Most people I work with value honesty and integrity. I’m pretty sure that none of them would consider themselves criminals, or in the case of today’s quote, shoplifters.
Consider the current state of your e-mail system. How many messages do you have at this moment? What percent of these messages are valuable and desirable? What percent are necessary but a cause for frustration? Finally, what percent do you consider spam that literally steals precious moments of your day?
What actions can you take today to more carefully utilize e-mail and perhaps social media as well, to recapture a bit more of the precious resource of time?
Consider discussing today’s quote with others in your professional and personal communities, to amplify the value of this exercise.