How to Not Organize Your Email

I’m one of those people that, when I leave my ministry office for the day, I email inbox is completely and utterly empty. Literally, my goal each day is to leave with my email inbox empty.

I don’t know what it is about me that desires that. Maybe it affords me a sense of control in my life. Maybe I’m just a little crazy. What I do know is that this helps me stay organized and allows me to be responsive to the community I am serving.

This video clip shares one idea about how to organize your email to make it less complex.

Question: Do you like to have an empty inbox at the end of the day?

Speaking Clip – Email Folders from Michael Hyatt on Vimeo.

John Rinaldo

As the Business Manager at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Morgan Hill, CA, Dr. John Rinaldo serves as the administrator over operations and finances for the parish in support of all parish ministries. Previously, John served as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of San Jose, empowering parish communities to minister to the needs of youth and young adults. John is also an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University teaching pastoral ministry courses to graduate students.


John Rinaldo


As the Business Manager at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Morgan Hill, CA, Dr. John Rinaldo serves as the administrator over operations and finances for the parish in support of all parish ministries. Previously, John served as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of San Jose, empowering parish communities to minister to the needs of youth and young adults. John is also an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University teaching pastoral ministry courses to graduate students.



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