Show me your book: Linchpin by Seth Godin

27 Dec 2011
22 May 2020
2 minutes

Recently, I finished the book Linchpin from Seth Godin.  It’s a book about you, me, us, who need to be indispensable in a world where there are many jobs, employees who can be replaced by computers. We need to be a linchpin, give our gift and get the job we deserve.

It was a good book. It could have been half of the size, since I think that Godin repeat himself too often, but you need to read it. It’s about creativity, learning from failure, the art…Here is one sentence from the book that can give you a good idea of what you will get from this New York Times bestseller:

Great jobs, world-class jobs, jobs people kill for – those jobs don’t get filled by people e-mailing in résumés.

I suggest this book to anyone who doesn’t want to be a cog, people that want to be successful and think outside of the box… people that want to be, a linchpin.


I have one copy of this book to give. To have a chance to win, leave a comment on this blog post. I’ll make the raffle of the book in the afternoon of the 29th, so you can participate until noon. You’ll be contacted by e-mail, so leave the good one when you’ll comment (only me can see it). You’ll have 24 hours to confirm the reception of the e-mail and give me your shipping address. Good luck!

Did you read this book? What do you think about people that are indispensable? Do you want to be artist that give the gift? Share your thoughts.


I made the raffle with, and the winner is Michael Crump. Thanks to everybody who participate.

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