Imagine knowing you have seen AND replied to all your important emails.

(without working extra hours)


Sam felt overwhelmed by the number of emails in his inbox. There were 2,832 to be precise. 

He checked his email constantly throughout the day, which seriously reduced his productivity. It meant he didn’t get any uninterrupted time for his larger tasks that required deeper thought and concentration.

So the tasks dragged on and he ended up staying late at the office, hours after his co-workers had left.

Despite constantly checking his email, Sam procrastinated replying to the emails he received, unless it was really urgent.

Sam sensed work colleagues’ and friends’ frustration, because they didn’t know what he was doing.

Was he working on their project?

Or was he behind?

Was he going to join them for dinner on Tuesday?

Or did he have other plans?

Sam knew that his procrastination strained relationships and he felt bad about himself for this.

After all, “How hard is it to write a quick email to my friend?” It was very hard for Sam even though it didn’t make logical sense.

Sam also went to his inbox to relieve boredom and to distract himself if a part of his day became overwhelming.

On one hand he would think, “I should see if anything important came in.”

On the other hand he knew he was using email as clever way to manage his ADHD.

He lived in fear of getting an email reminding him of a task he hadn’t finished yet, or worse, that he had forgotten about completely.

Checking email soothed his anxiety. In Sam’s mind, the longer he didn’t check his email the more likely that something bad was waiting for him.

Sam subscribed to emails on topics that interested him and lots of topics interested him!

He would find himself reading an email, then clicking links, which would lead him down a rabbit hole of interesting articles, all enjoyable and informative, but it could mean a lost hour. 

Sam didn’t know how his colleagues did it. They replied promptly to emails, seemed prolific in the amount of work they did and still had time to have mid-week family barbecues and hike mountains at the weekend.

Sam knew this because he saw all the photos on FB and he couldn’t help but feel a little envious. He would love to be proactive and organized rather than reactive and feeling behind.

He had been searching for an answer to managing his inbox in a way that works for his brain for years, and almost given up.

Hi, I am Jacqueline Sinfield.

I have been an ADHD coach for the past 14 years. Sam’s experience with email is very common among the clients I work with.

 Email management isn’t usually the reason that people contact me for help, but it’s a topic we end up addressing.

Inboxes are often the central hub of work and social activity. When you learn how to manage your inbox, you can feel calmer and in control of aspects of your life.

The core ADHD symptoms are hyperactivity, inattentiveness and impulsivity.

Those characteristics show up in every area of your life including driving, studying, your relationships and of course managing your inbox.

Managing an inbox is more than learning standard organizing and time management strategies.

It’s about understanding how your ADHD symptoms show up in relation to email, AND then using ADHD-friendly strategies that are do-able for you, so you can be productive and have peace of mind.

Inbox management is bigger than keeping on top of your emails, it’s about relationships and showing people you care. Plus, it’s a way to demonstrate how capable you are (even if you don’t feel like you are at the moment).

Even if you have never been able to keep on top of emails before, or have tried techniques in the past that didn’t work or weren’t sustainable, it is possible to tame your inbox!

I have been helping individual clients with their email management for over a decade. My clients range from super users, who get hundreds of emails a day, to more casual emailers who use email as a way to keep in touch with friends.

That is why The Email Club! was created. I decided to put all that knowledge into a comprehensive step by step system that will help you to feel in control of your inbox and your life!

Do you...

  • Have thousands of emails in your inbox?
  • Find it takes a long time to write replies to email, because of perfectionist tendencies?
  • Miss important emails and then have a frantic ‘catch up’ phase as you put things right?
  • Find composing an email takes a long time because it’s hard for you to get your thoughts out of your head and into writing?
  • Have an uneasy feeling, whenever you check your email, that you forgot something important and are in trouble? 
  • Run out of time and mental energy to read all your email subscriptions, but feel you would be missing out if you unsubscribe?
  • Have an ‘intuitive’ or guesswork style to processing your inbox? You respond to the emails that look the most urgent, but sometimes miss important ones?
  • Find email takes so much time that you don’t get time to work on important projects or items on your to-do list?
  • Procrastinate on writing emails because you think you will be telling the person things they don’t want to hear?
  • Feel unsure how to organize or declutter your inbox because it feels such a big job? 

 If you answered “yes” to some or all of these questions, you could benefit from The Email Club! 

"Jacqueline is the ONLY professional who has ever been able to make a difference. After years of frustration, near misses and unfulfilled dreams, Jacqueline managed to tap into what makes me tick and utilize my strengths.” "

Peter Bailey

Here's What You Will Learn Inside The Email Club (Step by Step!)

Step 1. Your Starting Point

  • What is your current email situation? Get clear on what  your current inbox situation. This way  you know which areas to focus on during the 5 months of The Email Club.

    Even if you think you know what your main areas are, there will probably be some surprises too!

Step 2. Reduce 


In this module you will learn how to reduce the number of emails that arrive in your inbox every day.

Reducing the volume of emails creates a strong foundation for the other steps in The Email Club. It's much easier to 'see' important emails, read, prioritize, and reply when there are fewer to process.

You will learn:

  • Go from a bloated to a streamlined inbox, using the ADHD friendly 'reduction plan.' This plan helps you stay motivated and follow through until your inbox reaches its 'new look.'
  • How to seriously reduce the number of email subscriptions that arrive in your inbox, so that important emails don't get lost or buried.
  • Unsubscribe? Learn an easy way to decide whether to keep receiving a subscription email...or not.
  • How to identify and stop receiving 'other' emails (beyond subscriptions) that are unnecessarily filling up your inbox.
  • What to do when 'yeah buts’ and FOMO (fear of missing out) creep in and possibly sabotage you.
  • How to maintain your streamlined inbox so that it doesn't fill up again.

Step 3: Check

  • Establish new habits around checking your email so that email doesn’t eat into your productive prime time.

  • Learn how to have uninterrupted concentration time so you can increase your productivity and work on your important projects.

  • Learn how to stop distracting yourself with email when a project feels challenging or overwhelming.

  • Break the habit of checking email when you feel bored.

  • Learn how to enjoy your new email checking habits, rather than feeling antsy or guilty.

  • Discover how your new checking habits reduce procrastination and help you write emails faster.

Step 4: Process

 In step 4 you will learn how to process email and decide which emails need care and attention first, so that you…

  • 'See' all your important emails.
  • Prioritize emails and know which ones are important and which can be addressed later.
  • Know which emails are in fact larger tasks that go beyond the scope of email, and how to plan and follow through with these tasks.
  • Can rely on yourself to email people back in a timely manner, even if it isn’t urgent.

Step 5: Reply

 In module 5 you will learn how to overcome the practical and mental obstacles that can get in the way of replying to emails when you have ADHD, including how to…

  • Write emails even if you usually find it hard to express yourself in writing.

  • Know what to do if you aren’t good at spelling or grammar.

  • Write short to the point emails (while still being friendly and polite) even if you usually write emails the length of a novel.

  • Know what to do if you tend to reply quickly without thinking and later regret what you wrote.

  • Overcome perfectionist tendencies that can slow you down when writing an email.

  • Reply to emails in a timely fashion, even if you are telling someone news you don’t think they want to hear.

  • Keep in touch with customers and clients, even if you are behind on a project.

  • Reply to emails promptly, even the non-urgent ones you usually procrastinate on.

  • Understand why replying to the quick and easy emails isn’t always the best strategy.

Step 6: Organize

In module 6 you will learn how to clear the digital clutter that can lead you to feel scattered and cause an uneasy feeling that you are missing something. For example…

  • How to make quick decisions about which emails to delete and which to keep.
  • How many email addresses you should have.
  • If Zero Inbox is a good goal for you.
  • How to bring your inbox to zero every day (if that is your goal) so that you feel organized and up to date.
  • Whether to create folders and if so, how many.

Step 7: Freedom

Email can provoke all sort of negative emotions. In this step we are going to shift your relationship with emails to help you experience a sense of freedom.

 That includes freedom from…

  • Thinking about the emails, both the ones you have received and the ones you haven’t.
  • Fear that you are in trouble.
  • Fear that you forgot something.
  • Imposter Syndrome – fearing that you are going to get ‘found out.’
  • Being an email people pleaser.
  • Having your personal boundaries being stepped over. 

"I love the way you broke the lessons into short videos. I wouldn't have been able to absorb it any other way. You are truly a blessing in my life. Thank you!!!!! "

The Support!

Lesson comments

Inside The Email Club you can ask questions directly below each video lesson. This way you personalize the information to your unique situation and get support from me, Jacqueline. 

Tech Support

The course is hosted on an intuitive and easy to use platform. However, if you have any tech questions, please email us at [email protected] and we will take care of you right away.


"“Jacqueline gave me one tip that tripled my productivity. I was amazed at how easy it was and what huge difference it made.” – Bonnie Hutchinson, Writer, Consultant "

Bonnie Hutchinson

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INCLUDED with Untapped Brilliance Club Membership!!

7 modules.

Training videos that walk you through the The Email Club 7-step process.


PDF's of the video slides. Perfect if you like to learn by reading.


Ask Jacqueline questions any time, directly below each video lesson.

Immediate Access to all the modules

After making the payment, check your inbox. There will be an email with your course access information so you can start the first module right away!

I've been needing this! Take me to the Club checkout page!

"“Without hesitation I recommend anyone struggling with ADHD to work with Jacqui. “I knew that medication wasn’t the only answer and that a major dietary/lifestyle change was needed for me to feel in control of my life. The changes I made not only helped my ADHD, they also helped with my severe insomnia. “Without a doubt, working with Jacqui was one of the best decisions I have made. I would have also saved thousands of dollars on psychiatrists if I had worked with her sooner.”"



How much time do I need to implement the strategies you are teaching?

 If you can spend 10 minutes a day to turn the steps of the course into habits, you will see a really big difference.

How long do I have access to The Email Club course content?


I hate taking a course with a limited time to access it. That’s why The Email Club has lifetime access. This also includes all updates and any new course material that is added in the future.

I use Outlook/Gmail/Yahoo! Will this course help me?

Yes! The Email Club will help you manage your emails no matter what platform you use! The course is about the operator (you) and your habits rather than the specific technology you use.

I get 70 emails a day. Will The Email Club help me?

Absolutely, the module that will be especially beneficial to you is step 4, the “Processing” Module. It outlines a method that will help you quickly know what to ‘do’ with each email when it arrives. Also in the Organize module we talk about how get your inbox to zero (if that goal excites you)

The thing that causes me the most stress is the possibility of missing important to-do items. Does The Email Club address this?

This is a really common issue with ADHDers and email. Its a topic we cover in Step 2, the Reduce Module.

I am not good at technology;Can I still take The Email Club?

Don’t worry. This isn’t an advanced technology course. If you know how to send, receive and delete emails, you are all set.

I am very busy! How much time will it take?

The course was designed with the busy ADHDer in mind. You will only need 10 minutes a day to turn the steps of the course into habits. The Email Club is a happy balance of enough information that will help you feel informed and ready to take action without causing information overload or being time consuming.How long are the videos?

The videos are made with the busy ADHDer in mind. Each video is 5 minutes or less.

 Here is what one ADHDer said.

 “Jacqueline! You seem to have a natural ability to break information down and zone in on what is important. Plus, you give solutions in such a way that I can’t wait to jump into action. Thank you!”

How many videos in a Module?

It varies with each topic; however 5 is average.

What format is the content delivered?

Each step includes videos (with slides). There are also PDF versions of the slides, so whether you are a visual or auditory learner, you will be able to enjoy the great content.

Is there a refund policy or guarantee?

There are no refunds for this offer. If you’re not sure this is right for you, check out the Untapped Brilliance Blog (free) or the Untapped Brilliance book (low cost) to see how you like my style and content.

Is there any one-on-one time with you in the program?

There isn’t any one-on-one time with me in this program.  However, you are more than welcome to book an individual coaching session if you would like some additional support.

What if I have another question about The Email Club?

Just type it in the chat box at the bottom of this page.

"I am no longer the same person I was. It’s hard to remember the old me now. I learned so much from our coaching. Jacqui has ALL the answers to EVERYTHING. Every problem you throw at her, she immediately gives you a tip or tool to handle that situation." "

28 year old medical student, now doctor

Ready to Join The Email Club?


INCLUDED with Club Membership!!

7 modules.

Training videos that walk you through the The Email Club 7-step process.


PDF's of the video slides. Perfect if you like to learn by reading. 

 Immediate Access to all the modules

After making the payment, check your inbox. There will be an email with your course access information so you can start the first module right away!


Ask Jacqueline questions any time, directly below each video lesson. 

Ok I want it! Take me to the Club checkout page!

Jacqueline Sinfield

Jacqueline has worked in health care for over twenty years. In England, she trained and worked as a registered nurse and obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology before moving to Canada and setting up her practice as a coach for adults with ADHD.

Her Untapped Brilliance blog has been named a “Top ADHD Blog of 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019” by Healthline, “Best of the Web Blog” by Psych Central and “Top 20 ADHD Blog Winner” by ADDerworld.

In addition she was a writer for the health website VeryWell.com for two years as their ADHD Expert.

Her book Untapped Brilliance has helped thousands of adults with ADHD.


Jacqueline is a qualified nurse, Keele University, Staffordshire UK, has a bachelor’s degree in psychology (Hon.) and a certificate in counselling.  She is a Coach U (USA) graduate. She has also studied and read widely with international ADHD experts and continues to be attentive to emerging research.

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