- The Domino Project: Designed for organizations big and small, the ideas in The Domino Project will change things for the better.
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Seth's books read a lot like his blog, condensing ideas into one page lessons.
Buy this book if you are trying to get ahead, if you are striving to keep your job and to do more than just fit into the work place.
In his new book Linchpin, Seth Godin convinces you to become a linchpin -- someone who's indispensible.
That is my daughter and when it came to getting another job? The line of employers was waiting for her Linchpin skills. Cool to watch.Published 1 day ago by Bill Davis
I began taking notes after about 30 pages because it became clear to me very quickly that this was another load of garbage and I would need to back up that sentiment with evidence. Read morePublished 6 days ago by joe c
Repeats basically the same thing over and over. After you read the first 75 pages, consider it read. Could be encouraging to some.Published 12 days ago by Richard J. Bonifield
Makes some good points, but poorly written with very few actionable conclusionsPublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
I know this book is touted by people I respect but I couldn't really get into it.Published 27 days ago by Linda Kennedy - Author of Brooke's Miracle - Harris Family Series
Love this book! Short tips on how to become and sustain your position as someone who is indispensable to an organization.Published 1 month ago by Lori Peacock
A bit redundant however chock-full of truthful nuggets that inspired me to discover my inner artist. Anyone can follow a script but not everyone can be a linchpin!Published 1 month ago by Laura Nelson
The Sub-title for the book is "Are You Indispensable?" Those are mighty words in a modern economy that has been sold to us as a normalized state of flux where being mobile and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by AliGhaemi