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Clean Out Your In-box - webinar

  • Has your inbox become overloaded with incoming email? 
  • Do you feel uncomfortable with the number of messages currently in your inbox?
  • Would you like to get your inbox empty and keep it under control? 

Most people simply don't have a robust system or method for processing the endless stream of incoming email. As a result, the inbox can so easily get overloaded and feel overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be this way and it's so easy to get control once you know how! Why not invest a little in yourself to get your inbox under control before the Christmas break? 

This 45 minute webinar will show you; 

  • the proven 4D approach to get (and keep) your in-box empty 
  • how to manage activities and tasks that arrive via e-mail 
  • the quickest way to get to zero from where you are now 
  • how to manage e-mails when you have to wait before giving a reply 

Next dates:  Friday 11 September 2015 / Friday 11 December 2015

Time:            11:00am-12:00pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time - check local time in your area)

What you'll learn has been tested and proven in numerous workshops. Examples of the results achieved in workshops this year; 

  • 11 people processed 4004 emails in 30 minutes 
  •   7 people processed an astonishing 9640 emails in just 25 minutes 
  • 12 people processed 3204 emails in 30 minutes 

Why not come and see how they did it? What you learn might well change the way you work forever! 


Your registration includes:

  • 15 minutes of Q&A at the end of the webinar 
  • 5 follow up email tips to keep you ‘on track’ after the webinar 
  • PDF of one-page overview of the 4D Methodology 
  • link to recorded version of webinar to review any time in the future

Email is always one of the Top 3 problems in workplaces today, so this webinar will fill quickly - register promptly if you want help to get your email and inbox under control.

Don't miss out! 

Even if you can't make it on the day, register anyway and we'll send you the recording of the webinar!

Participating is easy, even if you’ve never attended a webinar before - all you need is a computer, an Internet connection, a phone (and a sense of humour).

Note that the webinar is "officially" scheduled to run 45 minutes but sometimes these things go longer and I'll be there to answer questions for as long as you like. So I recommend that you clear an hour in your schedule, just in case!

What others say:

"Thank you. What a great webinar! I have restructured my mail box as per your process and it was all quite painless, God knows why it took my so long to get off my bottom. Talk about diamonds in your own back yard, phowgh!"

Mike Allen - Centre for Organisation Development (January 2015)


"Hi Steuart - just to let you know that I have managed to (almost) empty my husband's inbox (down to 42 from 8000+) - while he has been away - now just needing his attention for the remainder. Particularly helpful the tip on how to empty inbox right now, organising folders and changing emails to appointment tasks. Your advice has been exceptionally useful - thank you for what you are offering to the world! (oh and my inbox has been emptied each day since the webinar)"

Jasmine Sampson - www.jasminesampson.com  (January 2014)

"Steuart Snooks contacted me directly on 16 September 2013 via email offering his guest speaking services on the topic of clearing out your email inbox before Christmas. This topic was approved by the Camberwell Centre Association for their Christmas Drinks function. Steuart arrived on time and delivered a fun, informative and practical presentation. He managed to share his information without a slide show or a computer and with chocolates so as you can imagine, it was very well received. Since then I have had several guests comment on how helpful they found the seminar and I would recommend Steuart for future presentations on the topics of emails, time management or productivity. Thanks for your assistance and proactivity Steuart!"

Sue Ellson, Founder and Director, Camberwell Network (December 2013)