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Linchpin are you indispensable? de Seth…
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Linchpin are you indispensable? (2010 original; edició 2010)

de Seth Godin

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The bestselling author of "Tribes" and "The Dip" returns with his most powerful book yet in which he explores why some people make a difference in their fields--and others don't.
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Títol:Linchpin are you indispensable?
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Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? de Seth Godin (2010)

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Mostly a cheerleading book, I would think most people have thought about this subject before. I appreciate a work culture of transparency and openness to ideas, and that helps bring about a lot of questions about status quo. ( )
  ds_db | Apr 25, 2022 |
Nice idea .. But only read the first 100 pages .. The remaining 136 pages were rambling and kind of a waste of time .. For me, at least, because I ended up skimming through them .. ( )
  nonames | Jan 14, 2022 |
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  revirier | Dec 13, 2021 |
I'd heard about Seth Godin for a long time now, but this the first book of his that I read. It was an interesting place to start. Godin argues that a linchpin is a person who generates value through their creativity, making them indispensable to any company they create. He does not say that this is an easy thing to do or that it will win you the good will of your boss or your peers, but it can give you a form of security that traditional career paths no longer offer. It game me plenty of food for thought. ( )
  Colleen5096 | Oct 29, 2020 |
I am reminded of the work of Edward Tufte, a professor of statistics and 'guru' of data visualisation, who has a particular and public loathing of PowerPoint. He famously faulted it for the Space Shuttle Colombia disaster, arguing that the slides Boeing produced to help NASA assess re-entry risks obfuscated the dangers and separated out information that engineers would have better interpreted together.

For my part, I just find slides too distracting for the audience. Presenters fail to memorize their keynotes, so they glance at their slides, prompting their audience to do the same. In the end, the slides become content rather than illustration, and the presenter loses control over the flow and attention of the audience. I prefer to work without slides, just a laptop with images and examples available. I can cut and include more detail naturalistically, and I don't need a reminder for my lines because I've already practiced my speech.

I use keynotes, but I use them loosely, and avoid throwing them on screen unless they actually help the audience. My lectures all (in the 2000s), all, every single one, spoke off the cuff, not off by heart. For 60 minutes at a time, with a chalk and 6 great big black boards that you could slide up and down so you could have them all on display at the same time. You don't need to learn it off by heart if you know it already. Make it up as you're going along. You should already know your subject, just talk based on reminders and some visuals. ( )
  antao | Sep 17, 2020 |
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Read it to inspire yourself. ... Read it for a new perspective on your job, your boss, your parents, your friends, your school, your childhood, your life.
 
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