Today, I read an interesting article.

Basically, it argues that by setting clear expectations with your boss, you can help reduce your workload and the number of hours you feel you need to work each week.

The trick that the author Robbie Abed shares is to send an e-mail to your boss each Monday saying what you expect to get done this week. And then every Friday send a short status indicating what you got done.

This might not work for everyone, but I’m sure some of you will find this useful. If you think it’s something for you, make sure to read the full article.

Read the full article on LinkedIn if you want to know more:
How to Go From Working 60 Hours a Week to 40 By Sending 2 Emails a Week


How setting clear expectations (might) help you to reduce your workload