Chapter 16 Getting Adept with Mail and Correspondence
In This Chapter
- The old ways to transfer information and messages will still be around for a while
- How to save two-thirds of your correspondence time
- The good old Post Office is still worthwhile on some types of deliveries
- Employing a 31-day tickler file for timed responses
Mail moves the country, and ZIP codes move the mail—well, that slogan might have been accurate once. Regardless, most messages you receive—whether in the form of e-mail, faxes, or memos—will require your response.
The faster and easier you’re able to respond, the better your day, week, career, and life will be—and the greater control ...