Thank you for confirming your email address and welcome to the Eisenhower Productivity Newsletter — I’m so excited you’re here!
Let me quickly introduce myself: I am Andy, founder of Eisenhower. Seriously, I’m truly grateful and happy that you decided to join us.
I am committed to supporting you in your goal-setting strategies, work productivity and personal happiness going forward. Still, I promise I won’t flood your inbox, though. Instead, I will do my very best to ensure all of my emails to you are filled with great content.
1. Configuring Your Email Client
If you don’t want to miss any of my newsletters because they end up in your spam folder, please “whitelist” or “safe list” my e-mail address: email@example.com — the best way to do this is to add me to your address book now!
If you’re a Gmail user like me, or you are using a similar email client that filters some messages away from your main inbox, try to drag the first few emails sent by “Andy from Eisenhower” (that’s me) into your Priority Inbox instead. That should fix it, too!
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Again, thank you for joining our newsletter; I’m looking forward to helping you achieve everything you want and deserve in your life.
I wish you nothing less than a successful week!
PS: If you haven’t seen it yet, check out our very brief YouTube video on how to manage your tasks with the Eisenhower Matrix so you can use this prioritization tool to filter and sort all existing and upcoming tasks. This popular method is being practiced by hundreds of thousands of people all around the world and may be the easiest and most effective approach to fighting stress and boosting your productivity within minutes!