Sending follow-up messages right after the meeting, cutting back on time spent sifting through e-mail and warehousing your most important knowledge are the top three ways to get more done in less time, author Kip Gregory said at IMCA's practice-management conference. Ways to cut down time on e-mail include subscribing only to important lists, setting up an alternative address for less important messages and using rules, tags and folders in Outlook.

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