Become a Microsoft Outlook Email Cracker Jack!

Announcing a New Five-Week Online Course with Laura Stack, The Productivity Pro!

Become a Microsoft Outlook Email Cracker Jack!

Managing Your Workflow and Keeping Your Inbox Empty

I have been asked SO many times for private coaching on how I use Microsoft Outlook to stay organized and productive. So, I’ve recorded a FIVE-HOUR series of videos for you on how to keep your Outlook inbox EMPTY and organized. I will be personally facilitating a live replay of those videos once a week for five weeks, so you can ask all your questions live and receive coaching from me. The expectation is that you’ll do the homework I assign the following week, so that you come back prepared for the next week.

You’ll receive a detailed workbook for each session with screen shots and step-by-step instructions, as well as a recording of the session to review again and again. Don’t worry if you can’t attend the sessions live or miss one, because you can watch the recording any time you wish.

Take advantage of this extraordinary time to set yourself up for success when you’re finally back in the office! Perhaps you have some extra time on your hands you can use to get ahead! By using these techniques NOW, you can get on top of things, so you’re ready to hit the ground running. This is an excellent time to empty your inbox, clean out your files, get those “someday” projects moving, and otherwise get organized! By creating these productive habits now, you’ll be set up for even greater success once you’re ultimately back in your office.

Five Thursdays starting 4/16/20 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM mountain (9:00 Pacific/12:00 Eastern)

  • April 16, 2020: TASKS (Task list flow, creating tasks, planning, interim reviews, layout, settings, categories, task recurrences, task folders, delegating tasks, sorting, reporting, viewing completed tasks)
  • April 23, 2020: EMAILS (Turning email into tasks, answering email from tasks, turning emails into appointments, assigning and tracking emails for others, sending status updates, blocking out task time on calendars, drafting email reminders, resending sent items, setting reminders on emails you send others, send email as attachments)
  • April 30, 2020: FILING (umbrella folders, adding notes to emails, creating folders, using Sent Items for CYA, should you archive, saving as a .msg to hard or shared drive, move email from folders to hard drive, finding related messages, using Rules to file automatically, use the rules wizard, create and use search folders, using auto archive, creating data files, using Clean-up function)
  • May 7, 2020: PROCESSING (learning the 6D processing system, 6D email equivalents, 7-step daily planning method, C-O-R-E time management system, HUG organization)
  • May 14, 2020: TIME SAVERS (creating your own custom menu, learning keyboard shortcuts, auto email notifications, creating rules for your boss and coworkers, moving CC messages automatically, using the new item shortcut dropdown, inserting quick parts for replies, using templates for signatures and letters, creating QuickSteps to perform multiple actions, using the clean up button, using the ignore command to autodelete, changing search options, changing where Outlook opens)

BONUS: Top 12 tips for Outlook eBook!

How much will this cost? Hold on to your hats—only $99!

You need this course if you currently:

  • Put things to do on your calendar
  • Use your inbox like a quasi-to do list
  • Mark emails as Unread
  • Flag emails for follow-up
  • Forget to do things you promised
  • Clean up your inbox

Here are some of the strategies you’ll learn:

  1. Reducing: reducing the volume of inbound messages
  2. Filtering: automatically removing, moving, or filing certain types of communication
  3. Converting: switching emails into meetings or to-do items
  4. Prioritizing: triaging the actions inside the emails and knowing what to do next
  5. Writing: responding quickly with emails that are actually read
  6. Scheduling: blocking out time to work on email without having it take over your day
  7. Alternating: using other tools except email to complete certain tasks
  8. Speeding: using templates, quicksteps, multi-actions, and short keys to perform email tasks more efficiently
  9. Emptying: learning a step-by-step process to get to Inbox Zero every day (where do they go?)
  10. Saving: stop using email folders and find what you want when you want it (no, your inbox is not a filing system either)

All for $99 per person!

Click the box below to register online with a credit card. You are on the honor system that you are purchasing a single-user license, so please purchase one for each person participating.


HEADS UP: I’m demonstrating on a PC—not all techniques work with the Mac version of Outlook.