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Managing

Great businesses come from great decision-making. Improve your leadership skills and figure out ways to manage more efficiently.

By SmallBizViewpoints
One skill you need to learn as a small business owner is time management. The perfect time to get better at this is when you're running your own company.
By Elaine Pofeldt
Starting a business can be exciting, but also requires a lot of energy. Here are 8 questions to help you step back and think about your big-picture vision.
By Stephanie Vozza
When it comes to getting things done, sometimes the simple productivity methods are the best. Before you write your next to-do list, make sure you aren’t making these seven common mistakes.
By Amanda Abella
Structuring your workday for productivity doesn’t need to be complicated. Here are three tips for structuring your workday based on four and a half years of working for myself.
By Pat Mertz Esswein, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, and Associate Editor
Alan "Bubba" White, former police officer and co-owner/vice president of Cops & Doughnuts, explains why and how he and eight other members of the local police department saved the historic business from closing.
By Jess Puccinelli
Do one thing less today to make you more productive tomorrow, and see how you can apply it to your personal life as well as your small business.
By Jess Puccinelli
Need to know your strengths? Here are a few questions to ask yourself.
By Amanda Abella
As a business owner, you need to have a financial team in place. While a part of this your own work, it’s better to rely on a team to balance out your weaknesses with their strengths.
By John Hall
It’s important for business owners to maintain their mental strength so they can make it to the other side with their companies – and sound judgment – intact.
By John Hall
It’s not about how many times you get knocked down, it’s about how many times you get back up. Read this guide on overcoming challenges and setbacks entrepreneurs face.
By Kara Perez
Here are three business habits that are essential to rock as a small company.