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September 1, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this week's edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the only place on the web that provides a weekly review of the best posts from the money and business-related blog carnivals. Each week, we award one post with the title of being: The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)

There must be something about the end of August going into Labor Day weekend in the U.S. - there's a lot of better-than-average content among this week's carnivals! Scroll down for more!

On the Moneyed Midways for September 01, 2006
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Business 7 Tips that Politics Run Your Company Bouncing Back Jeannie Bauer lists the warning signs of whether your office is more about office politics than office work.
Carnival of Business Why Democratizing Your Company Rocks Trizoko A lot of businesses are run as dictatorships - but Trizoko shows how a little dose of democracy can improve productivity.
Carnival of Career Intensity The Secret of Building a Strong Reputation WOW Alexander Becker shows how you can establish the kind of integrity it takes to succeed in business. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of Debt Reduction How Soon After You Purchase a Home Can You Refinance? Searchlight Crusade Dan Melson runs through the things you need to consider if you're looking to refinance your newly bought home to better manage your debts.
Carnival of Investing The Worst Mistake that a Trader Can Make: Average Down My 1st Million at 33 frugal spells out a very common error that investors make - buying additional shares of stock when its price has dropped well below their original purchase price.
Carnival of Personal Finance Which Is More Important - a High Starting Salary or Higher Average Salary Increases? FreeMoneyFinance FMF does the math for those just launching their careers.
Carnival of Real Estate Even When Zillow is Wrong, They're Right. A Different Home Search Model. WebHomeUSA Clifford notes that getting home values right isn't the key to Zillow's business model.
Carnival of the Capitalists Thoughts About Earnings The Real Returns The Real Returns thinks through the current stock market investing climate.
Carnival of the Capitalists Diplomacy 101 ExecuPundit Michael Wade returns with lessons on why personal diplomacy is an essential skill to develop in life.
Festival of Under 30 Finances Four Types of Insurance You MUST Have at All Times Money Crashers Selling insurance to young people is often a tough sell - the Money Crashers explain what you need, and why!
Investing Carnival Personal Finance and Simulation Modeling Simran's Daily Links Future Certified Financial Analyst Simran shows the power of Monte Carlo simulations in projecting your financial future!
Personal Development Carnival How to Kick Any Habit leahey.org Andrew Leahey provides the guidance you need to stop doing the things you know you shouldn't be doing.
Personal Growth Carnival The Key to Freedom Dave Trager Dave Trager says that "when we remember we are only responsible for *our* happiness, then we can truly be free." He's right, in this post that was a top contender for being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Wealth Building Ideas Could You Sell Sex? Practical Entrepreneuring The Constant Entrepreneur asks the question. Can you answer it?

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