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02 December 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to another Saturday edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the blogosphere's only weekly review of the best business, management and money-related posts from each of the week's major blog carnivals! Each week, we select the best posts from each of the major business, economics, management and otherwise money-related blog carnivals we read, but we also select one post as being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)

And when we have close contenders for The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!, we identify those posts as being Absolutely essential reading!(TM) So, sit back, scroll down, allow us do your weekend catch-up surfing for you, and enjoy the best posts of the week that was....

On the Moneyed Midways for December 02, 2006
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Career Intensity What the Media Industry Tells Us About Business Strategy and Our Lives Generative Transformation Brandon Peele begins by observing that "the media business was first to demonstrate that inauthenticity, values-less intermediaries and fear have no future place at the table" and proceeds to show what's taking their place.
Carnival of Debt Reduction Paying Off a Home Mortgage Earlier My Wealth Builder The Super Saver does the math to figure out how much you need to increase your mortage payments so you can pay off a typical interest rate mortgage 5, 10 or 15 years sooner!
Carnival of Personal Finance Do You Judge Your Financial Situation? My Financial Awareness Getting past the effects of judgements takes the skill of "instantaneous forgiveness."
Carnival of Real Estate Holiday Real Estate Market SE Michigan Real Estate Todd Waller has 8 reasons to list a property for sale during the holidays, with Reason #1 being "Less Competition."
Carnival of Success The Perfect Employee MattHutter.com What traits does an employer desire in a new hire? Matt Hutter lists them out and finds that all can be achieved through a positive attitude.
Carnival of the Capitalists Online Groceries: Then and Now Photon Courier David Foster compares and contrasts the business growth approach of today's FreshDirect with the failure of yesterday's Webvan.
Festival of Investing The Truth About Rich Dad Poor Dad Worldwide Success David takes a contrarian look at popular author Robert Kiyosaki's financial advice business and doesn't like what he sees.
Festival of Stocks Coinstar Costs a Pretty Penny SINLetter Asif Suria has run the numbers on the maker of coin-counting machines and finds that the stock may be highly overvalued.
Festival of Under 30 Finances Think Money Wouldn't Change You? Think Again The Dragon Slayer's Guide to Life In a carnival edition that asked contributors to discuss the implications of pre-nuptial agreements on the Under 30 set, Laura Young's post rises above all the others. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Personal Development Carnival How to Remember Your Dreams Lucid Blog Do you remember your dreams? Bill describes three things you can do to recall just what it was your mind was thinking about while you were sleeping!
Personal Growth Carnival How to Write a Professional Bio Home Business Wiz A professional biography is a tool you can use in networking and marketing. Barbara Sundquist spells out what you need to include and provides a template.
Wealth Building Ideas How to Deal with Information Overload Paul's Tips Are you getting too much information to handle? Paul asserts that you, and not your information delivery systems, is who's in charge!
Working at Home How to Write a Professional Bio Home Business Wiz A professional biography is a tool you can use in networking and marketing. Barbara Sundquist spells out what you need to include and provides a template.

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