linch·pin noun a pin passed through the end of an axle to keep a wheel in position. a person or thing vital to an enterprise or organization. "regular brushing is the linchpin of all good dental hygiene"
Linchpin, conversations et facilitation graphique
Discussion about Seth Godin's LINCHPIN
Rise Above The Resistance!
A quote from Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?, our Imperfectionist Book this week: "The linchpin feels the fear, acknowledges it, then proceeds." -Seth Godin
Found out about Linchpin by Seth Godin after meeting him at a talk he gave near my office back in 2009. Opened my eyes to what's wrong with our education system.
12 Phrases Only Journalists Will Understand
12 Phrases Only Journalists Will Understand http://www.newscastic.com/news/12-phrases-only-journalists-will-understand-1980834/
Gifts are not favors. If you expect something in return, it's not a gift. - Seth Godin