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Poke the Box

We send our kids to school and obsess about their test scores, their behavior, and their ability to fit in.

We post a help wanted ad and look for experience, famous colleges, and a history of avoiding failure.

We invest in companies based on how they did last quarter, not on what they’re going to do tomorrow.

So why are we surprised when it all falls apart?

Our economy is not

We post a help wanted ad and look for experience, famous colleges, and a history of avoiding failure.

We invest in companies based on how they did last quarter, not on what they’re going to do tomorrow.

So why are we surprised when it all falls apart?

Our economy is not static, but we act as if it is. Your position in the world is defined by what you instigate, how you provoke, and what you learn from the events you cause. In a world filled with change, that’s what matters—your ability to create and learn from change.

Poke the Box is a manifesto about producing something that’s scarce, and thus valuable. It demands that you stop waiting for a road map and start drawing one instead. You know how to do this, you’ve done it before, but along the way, someone talked you out of it.

We need your insight and your dreams and your contributions. Hurry.
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    Half way through the book, I had decided that this book merits only a one sentence review: Seth Godin, surprisingly, turns out to be Mr. Obvious.

    After finishing the book, I have realized that this would not be fair. I particularly liked the section on Intellectual Integrity and Seth’s point that anyone not putting his ideas into the world is actually stealing them from the world and should be treated as such. Yes, every section in the book is repetitive and makes the same exhortation again an a

    After finishing the book, I have realized that this would not be fair. I particularly liked the section on Intellectual Integrity and Seth’s point that anyone not putting his ideas into the world is actually stealing them from the world and should be treated as such. Yes, every section in the book is repetitive and makes the same exhortation again an again – Start Innovating. And maybe, just maybe, even the obvious facts need to be drilled in.

    The book is mildly inspirational and some anecdotes are nice but all in all, his succinct blog entries would be a better investment for an interested reader’s time than going through this book. The book does not poke the box; it is not stimulating and original enough but the central idea is worth restating: If the only reason you are not initiating your quest is that you are afraid to start, perhaps you ought to think about what is at stake. Have you fully understood the cost of not starting?
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    Kate B

    Jul 11, 2011

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    Hey look, I started a negative review! Look at me poking the box! In fact let me take even more initiative and tell you in one sentence what he wrings torturously into a ‘book’: successful people are the ones that aren’t afraid to try something new and fail, repeatedly, so you should get off your ass and take initiative in all aspects of your life.

    While I don’t disagree with his thesis, Godin’s book is dreadful to read. It’s not a lengthy book by any stripe, but still ends up being way too long

    While I don’t disagree with his thesis, Godin’s book is dreadful to read. It’s not a lengthy book by any stripe, but still ends up being way too long. It’s like bad 90’s techno – endless variations on a single theme, stretch far past its value. And the elitism that coats every treacly entreaty to action, ugh. We get it Seth, you’re better than the poor befuddled masses, and you’re talking to a crowd of your insufferable peers.

    In the end this becomes an object lesson in risking failure: if he can write like this and still be a famous best-selling author, you can pretty much do anything if you try new things enough times.

    This probably would have been better as a motivational poster with an eagle on it.


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    Cheree

    Mar 29, 2011

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    It’s difficult to argue with Seth Godin’s logic. He is incredibly quotable, yet when you read him you have the nagging impression that he isn’t saying anything you don’t already know. This seems truer in this short, quick read than in any of his other books.

    I don’t think he would argue the point. In fact in Poke the Box, he basically says that very thing when encouraging the reader to do what you see needs to be done. We shouldn’t have to say it. But if everyone knows it, then why aren’t they do

    I don’t think he would argue the point. In fact in Poke the Box, he basically says that very thing when encouraging the reader to do what you see needs to be done. We shouldn’t have to say it. But if everyone knows it, then why aren’t they doing it?

    Loosely, this is the same principle as “why do I always have to refill the toilet tissue holder, paper towel dispenser, etc.?” Except in place of laziness the answer is fear… Or perhaps the two aren’t so very different after all…

    I had the feeling, despite all the quotables in Poke the Box, that Seth Godin had just pumped out another best seller of re-hashed material that would still sell because the author is, after all, Seth Godin.

    In the end, the most original idea of this book seems to be the cover design–a picture only with no title.

    If you’re new to Seth Godin, you will probably love this book. It’s a quick, easy read. If you have read several of his writings you may enjoy this book as a sort of quick refresher. If you have read a lot of Seth Godin, you’ll probably find this latest offering a bit thin.

    But, if you’re a hard core Seth Godin junkie, you’ll probably rave about how, bold, and original Poke the Box is, and praise him for “shipping” once again.
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