Want to discover new business blogs or re-discover old ones? Check out the following blog carnivals:
This week’s Carnival of Small Business Issues is available over at David Bohl’s Slow Down Fast — nice job, David. My pick for the must-read entry is Warren Wong’s “Why you Should Show Appreciation.” This is a post that any introverted business leader or manager or startup entrepreneur trying to build a team should read. In fact, read the whole site, which is called Personal Development for an INTJ. (Those of you who are INTJs like me will understand the article’s significance. If you don’t know what an INTJ is, the site has links to explain it.)
Also check out this week’s Carnival of the Capitalists at City Unslicker.
Then there’s Blawg Review, which this week is being hosted from Trinity College, in Dublin, Ireland.
UPDATE: I have it on good authority that the Carnival of Trust, hosted at Whisper, is well worth checking out, too. It covers topics such as brand promise, trust in marketing and trust in business relationships.
I haven’t had a chance yet to review either of these latter
two three carnivals to pick out my favorite posts. But if there’s a post you’d like to recommend, please circle back here and recommend it.
Blog carnivals are roundups of blog posts hosted at a different blog each week. To search for carnivals and to enter one of your own posts in a future carnival, go to BlogCarnival.com, which lists over 2,500 carnivals.