We live in a world of free reports that have tempting titles and are often full of great information. However, those reports can eat away at your time and productivity. Decide if the benefit you receive from the information is worth the time you spend reading it. Are you getting valuable information you can use? If not, these “free reports” are not costing you money; they are costing you time.
Just because a report is free doesn’t mean you should sign up for it, as tempting as it may be. ?For every free report you get, you also receive an email with the report, and you will probably receive additional marketing emails.
You have to plan time to read the free report and decide if you want to keep it or delete it. If you want to keep it, you need to create a file folder for it.
Ask yourself, “What are my priorities and my focus?” before agreeing to sign up for a free report and only sign up when you want to gain a better understanding of the subject and are going to act on the information you receive. Unsubscribe from any reports you are now receiving that you don’t read.