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Seth's books read a lot like his blog, condensing ideas into one page lessons.
Seth Godin's premise in Linchpin is that if you are prepared to do your work as if it is your art then you become a linchpin, ie indispensable.
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.
Thank you, Seth Godin - and I am having my entire team read this book together.Published 4 days ago by Rachel
I love Seth Godin's blog and have been a follower for years but honestly, the points made could have been done in a few blog posts rather than a book.Published 18 days ago by Jennifer Fisher
As an employer , I wish all my employees would read it. When you are indispensable, you get raises and not a chance of being replaced. Seth Godin nails it.Published 22 days ago by Passionate cook
Highly recommended book on the macro dynamics at play in our current economy and how they translate into a new approach to individual's careers. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Dámaso
This book isn't for most because it will cause you to come face to face with who you are, where you are, and what choices will you make about them. Read morePublished 28 days ago by RevPalmer
Fantastic read! Godin hits a lot of great points right square on the head about being indispensable and a Linchpin.Published 1 month ago by Lee Weber
As usual Godin really delivers a great story in an entertaining and useful manner. Become the lynchpin, a seemingly useless but in reality very very important part of the companyPublished 1 month ago by Cheng Yi Chiao
this is another fabulous Seth Godin book Something to think about on every page. he speacks to this age with clarity and profound wisdom. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Howard Spencer
I always find Godin’s stuff inspiring and Linchpin was no different. The thesis of this book is that a Linchpin emotionally engages with the work he or she does and does work that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hans Kristensen