Seth Godin is great! He writes and produces for you. He wants you to rethink, rewire, and rewrite your story. His books always inspire me and I'm always looking for more. In addition to this book check out, "Leap First", which is a short collection of talks given by Godin. They are very insightful of today's cultural ebbs and flows and why one must break free of them to do work that matters.
I read similar genre. Outstanding. Recommended by a corporate business coach. He was giving me the soft back.I bought the audio book online for many readings over tims.
I have read this book slowly in bite-size segments over the past three months. I listen to it while I'm driving around. It has informed and challenge me, and encouraged me to take some of my original ideas more seriously. I hope to read it again.
Most inspiring Godin.
Godin has helped me discover what should be obvious to me but is not. I like listening to him. It helps me be more of who I am and can be if I am completely committed to what I hope to do in life. He puts together a set of concepts and argues seemingly with himself over them, probably multiple times over different viewpoints to become finally convincing. It gives me perspectives I could not have on my own that are crucial to my well being and continuing to achieve. This particular book was not just enlightening but inspirational. When I picked myself to be indispensable, that's what I became.
I don't have time to read books much anymore. Only to listen.
This book really covers a lot of ideas. Everything is relevant for today. The points he makes are empowering. Most of the points we may already know, somewhere in the backs of our minds, but it's way more powerful when the ideas are presented to us in their full potency and woven together in an organized, logical manner like Seth Godin does for us here.
The amount of teaching in this is the equivalent of what you would learn in a college course's worth of lectures. Considering the fact that college courses are something like $500-$1000 per credit hour, this audiobook might be one of the best $10 I've ever spent.
This was my first Seth Godin experience.
First cool experience, the distinction between Job and Work. Second, was the Call to Action - "Ship It!"
This was my first book
Sure. He did by referencing real people in our communities.
No extreme reaction. This book was not catered to self emotion but rather self awareness.
Yes, I attempted to read the book but found myself stopping and taking action dairying about events the book reminded me of. Not a bad thing, but I did not finish the book before it had to be returned to the library. As an audiobook I placed so many book marks. I listened once through and now am excited to read it again stopping to journal at the marks I have already made.
Another amazing notion from Mr. Godin.
At times I felt beaten down at work based on his comments.
I can listen to it over and over
Any book Seth Godin wirtes. They are all so powerful - Seth does not waste a word.
His emotion, his tone and his voice