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August 11, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk If it's Friday, and this August 11, 2006 is, it must be time for the latest edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the only weekly wrapup of the best posts from the business and money-related blog carnivals, where one post each week is declared to be The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)!

This week marks the return of the Carnival of Entrepreneurship, which often features the best business related posts in the blogosphere! We're also welcoming the Carnival of Real Estate this week, so keep on scrolling down....

On the Moneyed Midways for August 11, 2006
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Carnival of Business Giving Incentives to Employees..It's Not Just the Salary! The Good Human David of The Good Human delivers an excellent post that shows many of the factors that can help businesses retain good employees by focusing upon the things they value.
Carnival of Career Intensity Don't Read This Until You Are Irritated RadicalHop Peter Kua shows how irritations can be a motivational force that lead to success.
Carnival of Debt Reduction How to Tell If You're In Too Much Debt Free Money Finance FMF shares part of an MSNBC article that provides warning signs that you may be carrying too much debt.
Carnival of Entrepreneurship Ten Smart Moves to Improve Your Business Derek Featherstone's Box of Chocolates Derek Featherstone uses Item 1, combined with Item 3 for some thinking-outside-of-the-box advice for what it takes to make a small business successful. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of Investing Self Discipline and Investment Success Abnormal Returns Studies have shown that an individual's degree of self-discipline is a key factor in determining their future success in school - Abnormal Returns shows that's true for investing too!
Carnival of Marketing The Insider's Guide to Writing a Winning Proposal Spare Change Nedra Weinreich has been considering grants for approval by a government agency. Here, she shares what makes the difference between getting grant money or not!
Carnival of Personal Finance Kiplinger's Investor Profile: Dierdre Brazil, the Index Fund/Frugal Saver Strategy Free the Drones What if, after leaving school, you kept living at home and were able to invest 65% of your pay? For one recent graduate, that strategy has led to a six-figure net worth in just four years.
Carnival of Real Estate The Future of Real Estate Listings TruliaBlog The employees of the Trulia real estate search engine wonder if YouTube might be the direction that online real estate listings are heading in the future!
Carnival of Taxes 7 Habits of Highly Defective Taxpayers Gina's Tax Blog Did you ever want to really mess up your taxes? CPA Gina Gwozdz draws inspiration from her files.
Carnival of the Capitalists The Best Sports Deal in History Sportsbiz Mark uncovers the best business deal ever in the history of professional sports - imagine getting a share of TV revenue indefinitely without having to have a sports team!
Personal Development Carnival How to Give a Great Speech Brian Kim Public speaking is often one of the greatest challenges people ever face. Brian Kim delivers insight on how to make your presentations spectacular.
Personal Growth Carnival The Power of Personal Branding N2Growth Blog Matt Myatt says you should start building your own personal brand strategy yesterday - and he's right!

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