Monday, June 18, 2007
Blog Business World welcomes Carnival of the Capitalists
Welcome to this edition of the travelling business show, recognized by one and all as Carnival of the Capitalists. It is my honour and privilege to be your host once again, for this auspicious business and economics blogging event.
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Sit back with your popcorn and cotton candy and enjoy the entries on offer, from some of the best and most informed bloggers on the internet. Without further adieu, here is this week's edition of Carnival of the Capitalists.
Chris Denny presents Top 3 Factors to Generate Sales Leads posted at Lead Optimize.
Gracie Passette of Marketing Whore discusses the pros and cons of using outside third party marketing consultants.
Henry Stern at InsureBlog has a personal story of how one phone manufacturer managed to squander a significant amount of goodwill. It's a hard lesson in how not to run a business.
FMF discusses some problems with a leading retailer, and some lessons learned, in Making Sears Pay posted at Free Money Finance.
Amy L. Fontinelle says working at an independent business has some real advantages in Ten Pros of Working for a Small Business posted at SavingAdvice.com Blog.
Jim Logan asks is your business attempting to fix a problem or enable a solution that isn't valued, measured or monitored by your target market? If so, you're wasting your time and your offering will never sell in Anatomy of a worthless business proposition posted at Jim Logan.
Matthew Paulson presents some handy advice on How to Choose an Accountant (And Save Thousands in Taxes) posted at Getting Green.
Mike Harmon says you are probably already using a program like Quickbooks or Microsoft Money to balance your business books. He reveals three reasons why getting a good book-keeper will make a world of difference in your business, in Home Based Business Tips - Three Reasons to Outsource Your Businesses Accounting Needs, posted at Basic Accounting.
Leadership and Productivity
Jim Stroup at Managing Leadership suggests that it's better to hire happy employees in the first place, rather than attempt to instill morale in your staff.
Peter Khoury at InControlCoaching.com goes beyond "The Secret" with his posting about Wealth Attraction on Steroids with NLP.
Edith Yeung provides some philosophical Advice from a Billionaire posted at Stewart Hsu.
CA presents Top 3 things to look for when hiring posted at Atlantic Canada's Small Business Blog.
Jason Rakowski presents a study in the importance of how Cellular Retailers Must Greet Customers within 30 Seconds posted at Learn Good Customer Service.
Pawel Brodzinski describes how uur first long-term job is usually one of the essentials which creates our further career. It forms us as employees and as an entrepreneur in Role of the First Job posted at Software Project Management.
Leon Gettler presents seven questions that companies must ask for creating an ethical culture posted at Sox First.
Wally Bock of Three Star Leadership Blog shows us how you can learn important lessons from the General Electric Company. They just may not be the ones you think of right away.
Charles Green of Trust Matters talks about how it seems the best leaders are sages, able to hold two contradictory ideas in mind at the same time, believe both, and reconcile them.
Steve Faber presents a discussion of How to Succeed With the Right Home Business posted at Debt Free.
Jimmy Atkinson at Ask The Advisor talks about retirement options for self employed business people.
Stacey Derbinshire of Starting a Home Small Business recommends keeping your day job as you start your own independent business venture.
Tom Stanley presents How to Investigate a Business Franchise Opportunity posted at Tom's Franchise Information Blog.
Bill Sheridan presents some handy tips on Successful Phoning posted at The Freestyle Entrepreneur.
Benjamin Yoskovitz of Instigator Blog goes through some cases where raising venture capital money is helpful, and even a necessity; and other cases where it's less important.
Ruby presents an exhaustive list of 25 Ways to Make Money Quickly and Easily (and Legally) posted at Advice and Rants.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents a challenging discusion about how to Become A Millionaire In 10 Steps Flat posted at The Digerati Life.
Economics and the Economy
Adam Gurri at Sophistpundit suggests why universal government controlled free internet service, provided by taxpayers, is a bad idea.
Vihar Sheth of Green - Rising is not impressed with the economics or reasoning behind the push for increased ethonal usage.
Michelle Cramer discusses the importance of giving back to the community in Using Your Business to Serve the Community posted at GreatFX Business Cards.
James Hamilton of Econbrowser discusses the confusing and conflicting measures of the state of the labor market in Reconciling the BED, CES, and birth/death employment data.
Jason Elder says most people know about Chapters 7 and 11 but he asks if you know about the other four in The 6 Laws Defining Bankruptcy posted at A Bankruptcy Lawyer's Blog.
Thanks to all of the entrants on their interesting and informative posts. Thanks to you for stopping by, and reading as you ate your popcorn and cotton candy.
Next week's Carnival of the Capitalists will be hosted by Sandy Kristin Piderit at Management Professor Notes II.
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