Email addiction is a real problem in our fast paced society where we are at everyone's beck and call 24/7
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2010
Frumi & Associates, a leading executive coaching firm in Southern Calif. today announced Stop My E-mail Pain Now™, a program that will give busy E-mail users a boost in productivity and reduce stress.
“Email addiction is a real problem in our fast paced society where we are at everyone’s beck and call 24/7,” said Executive coach Frumi Rachel Barr. “My goal is to help business owners and employees to become more conscious users of E-mail. It’s not only the E-mail volume that is time consuming, but also the constant distractions that sabotage productivity”.
The success of E-mail as the primary tool for business over the last 20 years has come with a significant cost for workers and companies: information overload. The amount of information that people have to manage is spiraling out of control and workers and executives are being forced to spend significant time at work responding to E-mails and searching for details that are critical to a company's success.
The Stop My E-mail Pain Now program starts with a Self Assessment to create awareness of the user’s habits. The program then teaches people how to manage their E-mail and information overload by providing strategies and tactics that will:
- Reduce E-mail overwhelm
- Decrease the quantity of E-mail
- Improve the quality of E-mail
- Improve communication
- Minimize distractions
- Avoid E-mail blunders that damage reputations and learning methods to find E-mail and information quickly by simpler filing
Putting the Stop My E-mail Pain Now program into practice will give a measurable boost to productivity levels over time. Learn more at http://stopmyemailpain.com.
About Frumi & Associates, LLC
Frumi & Associates, LLC is an executive coaching firm founded in 2001 that specializes in guiding leaders and their teams to clarity, better communication and accelerated results. The firm recently founded the WHY Institute where leaders and their teams are inspired to align with their purpose to build sustainable, profitable organizations. For more information, go to http://www.frumi.com.