You're Crazy Professor...But It Might Just Work

Is Your Email Killing You?

February 08, 2020 Craig Jackson Season 3 Episode 5
You're Crazy Professor...But It Might Just Work
Is Your Email Killing You?
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You're Crazy Professor...But It Might Just Work
Is Your Email Killing You?
Feb 08, 2020 Season 3 Episode 5
Craig Jackson

The size of the work-related stress epidemic has shown no signs of slowing down over the last decade. It continues to grow and has never yet showed any sign of reversing since the mid 1990s when it seemed to begin. I think there is a very obvious source of workplace stress that has been overlooked and under-researched.

Email.

That everyday simple tool we rely on to do our jobs. It's not a coincidence that the workplace stress epidemic started to take hold in the mid 1990s - just when everyone started to get to grips with the internet and emails. It's such an obvious smoking gun. How has it been overlooked all this time?

I'll explain what the problems are for some people with emails, and ask you to undertake a self-assessment of your own relationship with email. I'll then give you some simple tips on how to make your work with email a little more harmonious - and put you back in control.

Show Notes

The size of the work-related stress epidemic has shown no signs of slowing down over the last decade. It continues to grow and has never yet showed any sign of reversing since the mid 1990s when it seemed to begin. I think there is a very obvious source of workplace stress that has been overlooked and under-researched.

Email.

That everyday simple tool we rely on to do our jobs. It's not a coincidence that the workplace stress epidemic started to take hold in the mid 1990s - just when everyone started to get to grips with the internet and emails. It's such an obvious smoking gun. How has it been overlooked all this time?

I'll explain what the problems are for some people with emails, and ask you to undertake a self-assessment of your own relationship with email. I'll then give you some simple tips on how to make your work with email a little more harmonious - and put you back in control.