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BIG IDEA AND PRACTICAL TIPS: Newport lays out a vision for a workplace with significantly reduced to no email, and offers clear, practical advice how to make this transformation in your own work or workplace to boost productivity.IMPORTANT NOW: The average office worker checks their email every 5.4 minutes and spends 28% of their total time at work reading and answering emails (McKinsey). But in 2020 work changed dramatically. This book can help make sure remote working doesn't pave the way for more email, and that we use this unique opportunity to reconsider and improve the way we work.DEDICATED FAN BASE: Cal Newport's blog draws more than three million annual visits and he has 30,000 newsletter subscribers. Newport receives significant media attention for his insights on productivityFOR READERS OF: big idea books, such as Good to Great by Jim Collins and The Four-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris (80k TCM)Cal Newport is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University and the author of seven books, including the New York Times bestseller, Digital Minimalism, The Time-Block Planner, Deep Work and So Good They Can't Ignore You. You won't find him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram but you can often find him at home with his family in Washington DC or writing essays for his popular website calnewport.com.Cal Newport has proved himself as the most essential writer around, yet again making a compelling case for us to renegotiate our relationship with technologyLife is full of interruptions, but when a Cal Newport book appears, I drop everything and read. Newport is making an outrageous claim here: not just that email is annoying and overwhelming, but that we can and we will do much, much better. But with evidence and examples from the cutting edge of programming to the factory floors of a century ago, he makes a compelling argument. Read this superb book. It might just change your life; it's changing mineThis is the book I didn't know I desperately needed. If you are currently drowning in endless email and not sure where to start: read this bookA World Without Email crystallizes what so many of us feel intuitively but haven't been able to explain: the way we're working isn't working. Cal Newport charts a path back to sanity, offering a variety of road-tested practices to help us escape the tyranny of our inboxes and achieve a calmer, more intentional, and more productive working lifeThe future of work demands new tools of collaboration. Cal Newport is on a quest to uncover better ways for knowledge workers to collaborate. Out of this will come the new work spaceThis new work from Cal Newport goes beyond hacking at the branches of the email problem and strikes right at the root of it. This is a bold, visionary, almost prophetic book that challenges the status quo. If you want to peer into what the future of work could look like, read this book nowThis book is a call to action. Newport suggests that now is the time to reimagine work with the specific goal of optimizing our brain's ability to sustainably add value. Don't let your teams and organizations lose out any further - read this book to help you get startedCal Newport is an essential worker in today's hyperactive workplace, and his commitment to waking the digital sleepwalker should be applaudedNewport has defined the scale of a problem too few of us knew existedA World Without Email delves into the history of communications and management, arguing that knowledge work processes need a radical rethink, just as production lines transformed manufacturing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Practical and fascinating.A book forthose who feel racked with guilt and anxiety about their overflowing email inboxes, Cal Newport explains why this modern way of working needs a radical rethink. Practical and interesting, Newport examines how we can change this and find focus in 'the age of overload'.

***NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER***

Feel like you're always drowning in email? How much more would you achieve without them - and how much happier would you be?


'A World Without Email crystallizes what so many of us feel intuitively but haven't been able to explain: the way we're working isn't working.' Drew Houston, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox
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Emails are an integral part of work today. But the 'kind regards', forwards and attachments we check every 5.4 minutes are making us unproductive, stressed and costing businesses millions in untapped potential.

Bestselling author of Deep Work and Digital Minimalism, Cal Newport, is here to offer a radical new vision - a world without email. Drawing on sociology, behavioural economics and fascinating case studies of thriving email-free companies, Newport explains how this modern tool doesn't work for our ancient brains and provides solutions you can implement today to transform your workday into one without constant, distracting pings.

Revolutionary and practical, A World Without Email will liberate you to do your most profound, fulfilling and creative work - and be happier too.
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'If you are currently drowning in endless email and not sure where to start: read this book' Emma Gannon, author of The Multi-Hyphen Method

'Read this superb book. It might just change your life; it's changing mine' Tim Harford, author of How To Make The World Add Up

'This is a bold, visionary, almost prophetic book that challenges the status quo' Greg McKeown, author of Essentialism

Product Details

Title: AWorld Without Email
Author: Cal Newport
SKU: BK0427011
EAN: 9780241341414
Language: English

About Author

Cal Newport is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University and the author of seven books, including the New York Times bestseller, Digital Minimalism, The Time-Block Planner, Deep Work and So Good They Can't Ignore You. You won't find him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram but you can often find him at home with his family in Washington DC or writing essays for his popular website calnewport.com.

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