Sometimes you learn more from other entrepreneurs’ rambling insights than from the most polished magazine article. That’s why I like to read the weekly roundups of blog posts from Carnival of the Capitalists, Blawg Review and other weekly events.
Forget the wordsmithing. These from-the-trenches blog posts are about getting into the hearts and minds of business owners.
This week’s Carnival of the Capitalists, written by Carmen Van Kerckhove, appears at Race in the Workplace. Be sure not to miss Geek Practitioners’ stream-of-consciousness entry on pricing strategy, which points out a typical dilemma that business owners (seasoned and new) face: the psychology of higher pricing.
And Blawg Review #107 is up — this week hosted coincidentally at BlawgReview.com. While reading the Adam Smith, Esq entry, I noticed another post entitled Report to My Readers. Patterned after the Wall Street Journal’s report to readers, it is a look at the progression of an online-only publication which is exhibiting a trend I increasingly see: it is expanding from its start as a pure online play, to the physical world.
To participate in next week’s Carnival of the Capitalists or Blawg Review, submit your entry at Blog Carnival.