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September 15, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this week's edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where each week, we link to the best posts from the week's blog carnivals related to business and money matters. Each week, we award one post with the title of being: The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)

This week's edition features more posts than ever before. What can we say? It was a really good week for very high quality posts! Scroll down for the best of the week that was....

On the Moneyed Midways for September 15, 2006
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Carnival of Business The Secret to Successfully Delegating Work in 6 Steps Instigator Management is the art of getting other people to do things they wouldn't necessarily do on their own. The Instigator shows how to successfully delegate work.
Carnival of Career Intensity The Myth of Thinking Big Brian Kim Everyone says you have to think big to be successful in life, but Brian Kim says you have to be able to think small too!
Carnival of Debt Reduction How Is a Budget Like a Diet? Debt Free debt blog asks the question that might answer why so many people can have a hard time with managing their fiscal lives.
Carnival of Fraud Health Food Store? The Ironic Fist Doctabones discusses the scare tactics and misinformation health stores use to sell their products to uninformed customers.
Carnival of Investing Condo-Hotels: Questions and Answers Michael Emilio Real estate specialist Michael Emilio Rodriguez introduces a very interesting investing concept - something we had never encountered before (and that's saying a lot!)
Carnival of Marketing The Crunch of the Turnaround, Part 1 Business and Technology Reinvention David Daniels presents John Scheel's “The Crunch of the Turnaround” - anyone who's ever considered being involved in righting a business going wrong will find this post useful.
Carnival of Personal Finance 5 Hollywood Lessons About Money The Frugal Duchess Sharon Harvey lists the lessons that Hollywood has to offer for personal finance.
Carnival of Project Management Dharma and Team Performance Zen, Project Management, and Life What does the Law of Dharma have to do with successful project management? Bob Tarne has the answer!
Carnival of Real Estate The Real Losers When the Housing Bubble Bursts My 1st Million at 33 Frugal points out who the real losers are when housing bubbles pop - essential reading for those cheering the climate for today's homesellers and real estate investors.
Carnival of the Capitalists Is Avoiding Failure a Valid Business and Life Strategy Ripples David St. Lawrence questions why the fear of failure drives so much human activity.
Cavalcade of Risk Health Policy Straw Man Cato at Liberty Michael Cannon makes the case for free-market health care by knocking down straw man arguments made by proponents of government controlled health care.
Cavalcade of Risk The Law of Unintended Consequences: Part 3 - Something for Nothing Frugal Wisdom from Wenchypoo's Warehouse Wenchypoo looks at how different people's pursuit of "something for nothing" shapes their outcomes.
Festival of Stocks Katrina Stocks One Year Later Fat Pitch Financials Fat Pitch Financials tests a theory for future investing in taking lessons from a natural disaster.
Investing Carnival Why Verizon Looks Cheap Stock Market Beat William Trent has been digging into Verizon's numbers and believes he's found a "nugget that is pure gold!"
Personal Development Carnival Are You a Quitter? Christine Kane Christine Kane provides the Best Post of the Week, Anywhere! in showing how letting go of something does not mean that you are being a quitter.
Personal Growth Carnival 10 Questions to Ask Before You Join a New Job life: personal, business, social shuchetana presents the questions you should ask before getting yourself hired on in a new job.
Wealth Building Ideas Don’t Wait Until It Hurts Smart Living 4 Smart People sl4sp says that "pain causes average people to change their ways, but only enough to get rid of the pain but not enough to get anywhere."

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