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Food For Thought

Making the most of mealtime meetings.

The power lunch (or breakfast, these days) can do a lot more for you than simply add to your caloric intake. It can take you and your dining partners away from office interruptions for a few hours of undisturbed business--on neutral ground. It can also be a way to remove workplace barriers and enjoy a more social atmosphere.

Whatever the intent, it's an opportunity to accomplish more than just business. That's why it's so important to make a practice of using your breakfast or lunch hours productively.

Leann Anderson is the owner of Anderson Business Resources, a Greeley, Colorado, company specializing in customer service, marketing and business etiquette. E-mail her at

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This article was originally published in the September 1998 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Food For Thought.

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