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Deb Weidenhamer, founder of Auction Systems Auctioneers & Appraisers, explains her favorite meeting technique.


Efficient Brainstorm. It's Not an Oxymoron

Management consultant Kristine Kern explains how your team can get a lot done, even when you're creatively ideating.

Want to Get More Done? This Is the Best Time to Eat a Snack

Nutritionist Barbara Mendez explains the secret to maximizing your focus and concentration.

3 Effective Ways to Increase Your Employee Productivity

Serial entrepreneur Aviv Grill explains the steps he takes to get the most out of employees.

How to Spend the Last 10 Minutes of Every Meeting

Want your team to get more done? Wrap up all group meetings with these two steps.

Do Tangents Wreck Your Meetings? 2 Cures

Don't waste your time in unproductive meetings. Stay on track with these expert tips.

Want to Get More Done? Try This Unlikely Technique

Take more breaks and you'll boost your productivity. Here's how.

How to Make Decisions

Don't waste time on indecision. The secret to moving forward with confidence is knowing where you want to go.

To Be More Productive, Leave Nothing Hanging

You don't have to resolve everything immediately, but you can keep expectations on track if you respond to messages within 24 hours.

Fast Meetings, Fast Decisions, Fast Results

Entrepreneurs, especially those coming from the corporate world, need to be prepared for speedy decisions and even speedier outcomes.

How to Increase Productivity Without Hiring

In 2014, small business owners will be relying more heavily on technology and outsourcing to independent contractors.

No Time to Read? Use Twitter to Keep Up With Industry News

Gary Vaynerchuk explains that staying on top of current events and innovator news doesn't have to be a full-time job.

To Be a Better Leader, Delegate These 2 Functions

John Warrillow, founder of The Sellability Score, discusses the roles you need to hand over to your second-in-command.

Make Sure You Track the Right Metrics

Kathryn Minshew, co-founder and CEO of The Muse, a career development site, talks about an essential element of startup success.