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11 June 2010

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, June 11, 2010 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where we review and present the best posts from the week's best money and business-related blog carnivals to provide your essential weekend reading material!

This week's top contribution from the Carnival of Debt Reduction wasn't the best post of the week, but it pointed to what we think might be the most potentially rewarding use of 18 minutes and 40 seconds of your time today - it's all about what works for motivating people to achieve greater things:

Now, who's ready to implement the ROWE strategy? Which oddly enough encapsulates our philosophy for why we produce each week's edition of OMM - we do it every Friday (and occasionally Saturday) so it's there where you're ready for it on your own schedule!

After all it's your time. We thank you for passing some of it with us and hope we've provided you something you find valuable.

Speaking of which, the best posts we found in the week that was await you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for June 11, 2010
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Carnival of Debt Reduction How the Candle Problem Can Help You Reduce Your Debt? Debt-Tips.com What is "the candle problem" and how might you use it to reduce your debt load? Kris Bickell points to the lessons that can be learned from Dan Pink's motivation video from TED to explain it all, which we liked so much we're featuring it above for your convenience!
Carnival of HR Unemployed? Then Don't Even Bother Applying bnet Personal Success Suzanne Lucas, whom we best know as the Evil HR Lady, weighs in on the story of a company where the unemployed need not apply and how to exploit being unemployed to give you an advantage when seeking new work.
Carnival of Personal Finance Dollar-Cost Averaging Takes the Stress Out of Investing Foreigner's Finances Austin Morgan argues that a dollar cost averaging investment strategy can do a lot to reduce your exposure to market volatility over time.
Carnival of Taxes Ten Things I Don't Want to Pay Tax for Anymore Monevator The Investor goes on a rant about all the wasteful places taxpayer money goes in his native Britain. Absolutely essential reading!, because you know your own national government should be stopped from doing similar stupid things!
Best of Money Don't Devalue Yourself Budgets Are Sexy Jess Michelsen guest posts about what you need to consider before you ask for what you're worth. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of Money Stories How to Take Control of Your Finances the Manly Way Good Financial Cents Jeff Rose provides a venue for Greg Garland to tell the story of how he manned up to confront his personal debt situation.

OMM's Running Index for 2010

Presented in reverse chronological order....

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