In bestsellers such as Purple Cow and Tribes, Seth Godin taught readers how to make remarkable products and spread powerful ideas. But this book is about you—your choices, your future, and your potential to make a huge difference in whatev
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Not quite finished with this yet but it seems as if it could be condensed to a one page blog posting. In fact I wonder if he just expanded a blog into this. It is so incredibly repetitive without inventing any major insights. “Be indispensable and be artistic”. Give me a break, that isn’t even an insight, it’s a fact if life. Try to be useful at your job and contribute more than just the minimum. Thank Seth.
Now that I finished, I reaffirm the wasted hours I spent reading this book. It is a boor
really liked it
Whenever we went to the McDonald’s near my college campus, it was like dining at a five-star restaurant. At this particular Mickey D’s, every single customer was greeted by the most cheerful and friendliest guy I have ever encountered. He held the door open, asked you about your day, stopped by your booth to see how your Big Mac was, and engaged you in some witty repartee.
People loved this guy. The Husband and I certainly did. Its been 20 years since I last laid eyes on the guy and while I can’
Seth Godin draws on his experiences in business and life to convince the reader to be a linchpin rather than a cog in the machine of work.
He says it better than I did: “This book is about love and art and change and fear. It’s about overcoming a multigenerational conspiracy designed to sap your creativity and restlessness. It’s about leading and making a difference and it’s about succeeding.” pg 2
You have our attention, Godin. What do we do?
Through a series of blog-like sections, Godin explains