Inbox zero is just the start

Email is not going away. But even if it were, you'd still have some other inbox of messages waiting for your attention. Nobody loves spending time in email, but we all wish we could be better at it. Because ultimately being good at email isn't just about responding quickly or making a nice impression. It's about discipline. It's the "making your bed every morning" of digital habits.



What Worked for Me in 2021

I’m constantly experimenting with tools, systems, routines, books, and supplements to try to live a better life. Experimentation is the esse

4 Dec 22, 2021 by Dan Shipper


What is underneath productivity?

I’ve been obsessing about productivity for a long time. I used to spend a lot of time thinking about tools for thought and second brains. Bu

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How I Spend 5 Minutes Per Day on Email

You, too, can be free

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The Mental Model Behind Every High-Performer I Know

During my first college internship, I completely replaced myself with Visual Basic scripts. Let me explain. I had been working in Excel for

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The CEO of No

How entrepreneur Andrew Wilkinson turns emails into opportunities

1 Sep 11, 2020 by Dan Shipper


How the Head of Growth at Superhuman Does His Email

Gaurav Vohra on how he uses focus and flow to find order in the chaos of his work life

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The CEO with an Empty Calendar

How the founder of Doist manages a team of 80 without meetings

2 Aug 11, 2020 by Dan Shipper


Product Case Study: HEY

A radical new take on email

Jul 3, 2020 by Nathan Baschez

Forte Labs

One-Touch to Inbox Zero: How I Spend 17 Minutes Per Day on Email

I spend 17 minutes per day on email, or 7.43% of my total work time over the past 12 months.The average information worker, in contrast, spe

1 Dec 28, 2015 by Tiago Forte