Each month, the (rotating) host selects the Top Ten trust-related blog postings from across the web during the prior month. Subject areas include Advising and Influencing, Sales and Marketing, Leadership and Management, and Strategy, Economics and Policy.
I want to say pointedly how great this Carnival thing is. Maybe you never heard the word "carnival" applied to blogs before. All it means is a compilation of other blogs.
But as with all things internet-related—there are compilations, and there are compilations. If you like casually searching the web for interesting stuff, the best click you can make is onto a really good Carnival. And here’s why this one is turning out so well.
First, we limit the posts to 10. This is the Top 10 list, the very best of the blogosphere, for anything vaguely related to trust last month.
Second, we get great hosts. It’s not me that picks the Top 10, it’s the fine people who bring their own special expertise—marketing, consulting, intellectual property, selling, communications—and apply that expertise to the selection.
Third, those great hosts have a Point of View. They add zing and zest and perspective to the already-good material they’ve selected.
Think of reading the Carnival of Trust as like skimming the NYTimes Book Review, if you like that; or the category leaders in Amazon; or some kind of Google-scanning with mind-reading software that filters out everything but what is Really Great for You and You Alone (if you like trust, that is).If you can’t tell, I’m excited about the way the Carnival of Trust has been evolving. Do yourself a favor and pop over to the carnival, hosted by Michell Golden this month, and treat yourself to a good quick read.