Apr 18, 2018
Today I released my new 45-lesson video set called “Outlook Inbox Ninja.” I’ve been working on this course for over 6 months. It’s a collection of Windows Outlook best practices presented in live and screen capture videos that together enable you to near-empty your Inbox every day.
Now, one might say that the goal of the MYN System is also to do that: empty the Inbox. But in the MYN system the focus was primarily on task management, not as much on Inbox management. While email practices were addressed in MYN, I felt there was more depth needed for those email solutions. And a number of MYN users still had trouble getting their Inbox empty.
So this new Inbox Ninja course provides that depth. For example there are nine video lessons about Outlook rules—quite a deep dive. Similarly, there are six lessons on Outlook Search (and Search Folders). And lot’s of depth on email filing too. Everything here is a deep dive.
And the primary really new thing is the focus on something I call the “Ninja Scan,” which is a method of quickly scanning your inbox to empty it briskly, in one quick sitting.
The idea is that the course participant will learn how to, at least once a day, do a complete and focussed scan of the Inbox to keep it well-managed. I provide a step-by-step approach of grouping your mail by several different dimensions to quickly clean and process it. And the course participant will become an expert at setting up Outlook Rules to prefilter much of the mail before that scan.
Good Next Course for MYN Users
So anyone who took my MYN training will find mostly new material here—they will find a nice next-step of training. It will take them to the next level.
Good For New Users Too
If someone has no task system in place, I provide 5 videos on how to do the One Minute To-Do list, and it’s my best video presentation yet on that topic. (But MYN users who don’t need to learn a task system can opt for a reduced price version of the video course that skips those lessons).
In my mind, this is probably the most comprehensive video course I’ve ever created about Windows Outlook. It is complete and thorough and very helpful.
On launch day (today, April 18) I am giving a $30 discount off the course so act now if you think you might be interested.