Huge coffee drinker - never black, almost always with a bit of cream and sugar.
Almonds and carrots are go-tos. I can be a very unhealthy snacker if i'm not paying attention, but usually i'm snacking because I want something to do with my hands/mouth and not because i'm actually hungry. I like carrots because I can really crunch on them for a bit.
Also, i'm in Austin, Texas and Topo Chico is big here, so some type of sparkling water is another go-to.
I rarely hear this and more often hear "Oh, that's a job?" Seems like most people don't consider that email is so much its own wild beast that you have to have an entire person or team handling it. :)
I used to work for a B2C social media marketing company, creating emails for a lot of small businesses around the country. The biggest problem was when an email went out without customer approval (which in and of itself was a daunting task - customers had a tendency to ask for changes at the last minute). We would end up refunding them for part of their services losing hundreds of dollars in revenue.
One time I sent an email out a few days before Christmas, at the request of the customer, but it didn't include all of the info they wanted to include about their sale and I had to resend out the email a day later. They also threw an absolute fit with the account manager and canceled their entire account with my company. It was stressful to be responsible for that.
Our inhouse built email program would automatically send an email out and require you to schedule a date (no drafts allowed). So I basically became significantly more diligent about double and triple checking that an email was done before the send date. Sometimes mistakes are just your biggest teacher.
Best tips for achieving #nofailmail... double, triple, quadruple checking. Getting a second or third set of eyes is always crucial - when you spend so much time working on something it's easy to miss details, you're paying too much attention to the bigger picture. Someone else can usually catch mistakes.
The only thing I can think of is asking them if they've ever received an email that they liked receiving. Inevitably their answer will be yes, and then you can say "well those are the kind of emails I send."
I can't really understand this logic though--seems like it would be coming from someone who doesn't use email at ALL.