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"It's easy to see why people pay to hear what he has to say."
"Thousands of authors write business books every year, but only a handful reach star status and the A-list lecture circuit. Fewer still-one, to be exact-can boast his own action figure. . . . Godin delivers his combination of counterintuitive thinking and a great sense of fun."
"This book is a gift."
-Jacqueline Novogratz, Founder, The Acumen Fund
"If Seth Godin didn't exist we'd need to invent him-that's how indispensable he is! You hold in your hands a compelling, accessible, and purpose-filled book. Read it, and do yourself a big favor. Your future will thank you!"
-Alan Webber, Founder, Fast Company
"This is what the future of work (and the world) looks like. Actually, it's already happening around you."
-Tony Hsieh, CEO, Zappos.com
"Thousands of authors write business books every year, but only a handful reach star status and the A-list lecture circuit. Fewer still - one, to be exact - can boast his own action figure....Godin delivers his combination of counterintuitive thinking and a great sense of fun."
Seth Godin is an entrepreneur, a sought-after lecturer, a monthly columnist for Fast Company, and an all-around business gadfly. He’s the bestselling author of Permission Marketing, Unleashing the Ideavirus, The Big Red Fez, Survival Is Not Enough, and Purple Cow.
Very interesting and informative, but it just dragged on way to long. Took way to long to "ship out". Amazon just indicated I need one more word to "submit my review"😁Published 7 months ago by rene michaud
If not, then you will be replaced by someone who goes the extra mile to be! A Linchpin. Someone who holds it ALL together. Whether it be an employee or a self made person.Published 16 months ago by Christopher Shoesmith
This is an awesome book! I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone :) Very informative and written very well. I love Seth Godin :)Published 16 months ago by Steph de Koning
This is really a great book with important ideas for anyone in the working world. It is a short read. Perfect for new graduates.Published on Aug. 19 2013 by John Miewald
I got introduced Linchpin by a colleague at the time I neither read any Seth Godin's book nor heard of him. Read morePublished on June 14 2011 by Kyle
There was only one chapter that I got anything out of. I would not recommend this book.Published on Sept. 24 2010 by Lee Rob
I haven't returned a book in a while, but this one is definitely going back. It's written in bite-size sections, a-la typical business book style, which I find infinitely... Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2010 by Stephanie A. Lemieux