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Stop Information Overload. Join top industry experts and me at the Overloaded 2013 Conference on February 9


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I’m excited to be part of the upcoming Overloaded 2013 Conference – where top work-life, information and email overload experts will gather to discuss tips, solutions and best practices in overload management – in San Francisco, CA on Saturday, February 9.

If you’re in the neighborhood, I’ll be presenting “E-nough Already: Stop Bad Email” and will feature results of the 2012 Work-Related E-mail Perception Study, which challenges what others are saying.  Simply stopping or limiting email isn’t the answer.

Interested? Read more about the conference organized by the Information Overload Research Group (IORG) and register today, entering discount code “grossman” to receive 20% off!

-          David Grossman


Email bogging you down today? Don't wait for the conference to get tips. Download our free ebook "The Definitive Guide to Taming the Email Monster" and join your overloaded colleagues in San Francisco to discuss strategies you're already practicing. 


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