Inbox Zero Video from Staffhacker.com

Matt Stauffer runs Staffhacker, a technology and productivity blog for campus ministry staff. Matt shares his system for managing his email and keeping his inbox at zero in this short video.

  • http://twitter.com/ryanStrandt ryanStrandt

    Ever since I have focused my workflow around the GTD (Getting Things Done) mentality and Inbox Zero from Merlin Mann, I have been able to organize what needs to be so much more efficnetly. Since I am in Ops efficentcy is our middle name, or at least we hope it is… I personally keep everything; calendar, contacts, email, docs in one place which allows me to be so productive and focused on what is important.

    • http://twitter.com/brianbarela Brian Barela

      i remember the days when i would literally open my inbox and cringe. just like you adopting this system has led to so much more focus and efficiency!

      thanks again Matt for this demo!

  • http://twitter.com/brianbarela Brian Barela

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  • Anonymous

    Good stuff Matt! Thanks!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/samiccc Sam Varghese

    Great encouragement from Matt.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=500065394 Rich Street

    Great stuff here, but I was hoping for a little bit of “ministry” in the social media and ministry category. Let’s talk about the incredible power that social media has in our ability to influence people for the Gospel as well as how to empower students that are involved with CCC around the world to actually allow them to use social media to reach their friends and impart students the vision and permission necessary for us to watch them reach their friends in ways we never knew existed!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/dgoffeney Dave Goffeney

    Thanks so much, Matt. I especially appreciate how short, and to the point, your post is. This is the first practical presentation i’ve seen about how to get rid of some clutter.

    On a related note, would you agree that there seems to be an unhealthy culture of being ok with a chaotic and full inbox? The inbox itself isn’t the issue here, but what it reveals about so many people in full-time ministry: a lifestyle without boundaries, and the feeling of importance and productivity because of business and stress.

    Thanks again for the helpful post.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dgoffeney Dave Goffeney

    Thanks so much, Matt. I especially appreciate how short, and to the point, your post is. This is the first practical presentation i’ve seen about how to get rid of some clutter.

    On a related note, would you agree that there seems to be an unhealthy culture of being ok with a chaotic and full inbox? The inbox itself isn’t the issue here, but what it reveals about so many people in full-time ministry: a lifestyle without boundaries, and the feeling of importance and productivity because of business and stress.

    Thanks again for the helpful post.

  • http://www.facebook.com/himynameisjaked Jake Demaray

    thanks for the prod to finally get on this… 50 down 1263 to go…

  • http://twitter.com/nesirota_daniel Daniel Chersunov

    thank you ! very useful!

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