REVIEW: Linchpin


Title: Linchpin
Author: Seth Godin
Finished: April 26, 2010
Pages: 244
Published: 2010
Format: First Edition

Godin’s latest book is an amazing adventure of coming to realize that everyone has the potential to become the “linchpin” of their company and their life.

It may sound like there is some crazy secret or that only a few people can be linchpins, but in reality if you put your mind to it and love something enough, you have the potential to become whatever you want.

This is the first book I’ve read by Seth Godin, but it has definitely made me interested in reading even more. The Linchpin idea is that is you are good enough at something – a specialty – then you would therefore become indispensable to your organization or the people around you. It’s a hard concept to wrap your mind around without reading the entire book.

Godin did an amazing job and I absolutely loved the book.

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