Quick & simple review – Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?

Linchpin is a vital person for an organization or an enterprise. That’s the major topic of the book.

It doesn’t tell one story but offers a plethora of short stories or descriptions which support the general principles that should be followed by a Linchpin. A very inspiring book that makes one take a serious look at themselves and ask the questions “how am I impacting the day of those who are affected by my work?” or “when I leave this job, will it matter that I’m gone?”. The book inspires the reader to leverage inner genius such as passions or talents in order to create a powerful and meaningful life. It also emphasises the importance of genuine relations in our life and career.

However, as I’m 34 right now, and considerably experienced in business, sometimes I found the book pretty shallow. I think that some early business students might build castles in the sky after reading this book.

Anyway, it was a great pleasure to retrospect my career and my employers and to come up with some new potential prospects.

Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?
by Seth Godin

Interesting story          gold-stargold-stargold-stargold-stargrey-star
Complexity of ideas   gold-stargrey-stargrey-stargrey-stargrey-star
Repetitiveness             gold-stargold-stargrey-stargrey-stargrey-star
Flourish language       gold-stargrey-stargrey-stargrey-stargrey-star
Recommendation      gold-stargold-stargold-stargold-stargrey-star

Size: 244 pages
Published: 2010

Other information and reviews of this book on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7155145-linchpin

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