Me and my paper inbox

How I Keep My Inboxes Empty

Having an empty inbox, or achieving “inbox zero” as some people refer to it, seems to be a holy grail, a mythical situation that is unattainable in the real world, a hypothetical freedom only enjoyable by gods who spend their days toying with platonic solids whilst draped in white muslin; personally, I reserve that luxury for the weekends.

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Top Writer. Self-Revealing. Mental Health. Success. Fulfillment. Flow. MS Engineering/Technology. PhD Psychology. duncanriach.com

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Duncan Riach

Duncan Riach

Top Writer. Self-Revealing. Mental Health. Success. Fulfillment. Flow. MS Engineering/Technology. PhD Psychology. duncanriach.com

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