The Indiana Lawyer recently published my article on getting to Inbox 0.  From the article:

Why strive for Inbox Zero?

The simple answer is because it allows you to be in control rather than be controlled. You get the email out of your inbox and choose when you will respond. Conceptually, Inbox Zero is easy to understand but difficult to implement and maintain. You already have the tools you’ll need. The hardest part is developing good habits and having the self-discipline to maintain your system.

As mentioned in the article, here are a few additional reference links on the Inbox 0 strategy:

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