Email Survival Guide (Hardcover)
|Author: Paul Johnson|
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Is email at work taking over your life? Are you overloaded with incoming messages? Do you answer emails at home or while on holiday? Who is in charge of your working day; the computer or you?|The Email Survival Guide is for everyone who wants to take back control. It shows you how to: reduce the volume of incoming mail; understand what people really want when they email you; get taken off pointless email circulation lists; identify annoying email characteristics; stop emailing in your personal time; write more focused emails that get the job done; understand how our personality affects the emails we send; and avoid getting angry and frustrated by email.
Paul Bade Johnson grew up in Northwestern England, attending a Catholic school where he studied classical languages and played a number of sports. He received his B.A. in history from Magdalen College, Oxford University, before embarking on a career as a journalist and freelance writer. Johnson held a number of editorial posts at the leftist New Statesman (London) from 1955 to 1970. He has contributed numerous essays, columns, and book reviews to such publications as the National Review, the New Republic, The American Spectator, the Spectator, and Commentary. Previously active in Britain's Labour Party, Johnson shifted his loyalties to the Conservatives in a bold move in 1977. He has written epic histories of the modern world, of Christianity and Judaism, profiles of British cathedrals and castles, biographies, and his journalistic pieces have touched on politics, the media, popular culture, and more. He has written or edited over three dozen books, including the bestselling MODERN TIMES: The World from the Twenties to the Nineties (1983).