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As a founder, you don’t have time to monitor every social mention. How do you balance engagement with time constraints?
Whether you work remotely or just like to collaborate with your team in the cloud, these 10 tools make brainstorming and sharing ideas 10x simpler.
Social media marketing expert Laura Roeder shares 5 ways to tame your inbox — not with labels or priority mailboxes, but by simply getting fewer emails in the first place.
You don’t need fancy software to get better about managing your time at work. You just need a good head on your shoulders — and a clearly defined set of priorities.
Getting a Harvard MBA should prepare you for entrepreneurship…right? While MBAs certainly have advantages (like analytical training), they may have to work a little harder on some other qualities first.
No mega-successful entrepreneur has ever achieved success without clearly defining his or her business goals and purpose first. Here are 5 steps to do that in your own business, starting today.
In spite of the dire financial straits so many of us are in, today — at this moment — you have the best chance of finding your dream job. Here’s why.
Neil Thanedar, founder of LabDoor, encourages tech startup founders to do more than just create the next mobile app if they want to succeed.
In a startup, there’s a lot of multitasking, a lot of changing priorities, and big pressure to execute quickly. How do you wear multiple hats and manage your time without dropping the ball?
From a Kanban whiteboard to chalk walls, 14 YEC’ers share their favorite gadgets for keeping the office — and their teams’ brains — uncluttered.
Entrepreneurs spend a lot of time in potentially distracting places — co-working spaces, airports, buses, trains, conferences. How do you get real work done when there’s no office door?
Entrepreneur and YEC member Eddy Badrina (of Buzzshift) shares his best pointers for other aspiring entrepreneurs — among them, get a mentor as soon as you can to sound off on big decisions.
When everything in your business is a priority, how do you cut through the noise and focus on what’s important? Eleven entrepreneurs share their best tricks.
Researchers are finding that instructional self-talk can be very useful in work situations, when we need to regulate emotions and make important decisions.
Antonio Neves spent years working in live television, only to find out that the lessons he learned were even more useful as an entrepreneur.
Twenty members of the YEC chime in on the productivity tools and systems they can’t live without, from Trello and Dropbox to the good old Pomodoro Technique.
How does work email get so out of control so quickly? 14 YECers share their favorite techniques for keeping their inboxes — and schedules — under control.
Productivity doesn’t mean doing it all — it means getting laser-focused on priorities. Erica Dhawan reveals the 8 tools and strategies that help her get through the work day smarter.
Following tech trends is tricky when you barely have time to answer emails and hang out with friends. Successful young entrepreneurs share who they follow on Twitter for quick tech tips.
Yes, entrepreneurs work hard. But how hard is too hard? Beware these telltale signs of burnout — and take a 15-minute break if they sound familiar!
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