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Poke the Box: When Was the Last Time You Did Something for the First Time?

    By Seth Godin
"A one-two punch! Half kick in the ass, half cheerleading encouragement."
Steven Pressfield, author of "The War of Art
"If you are happy being just a dreamer, perhaps you don t need this book.
If you re enjoying the status quo, don t even consider reading this book.
If you are content waiting for success to find you, please put this book down and go find something else to read.
Why has "Poke the Box" become a cult classic?
Because it s a book that dares readers to do something they re afraid of.
It could be what you need, too.
"Is Seth Godin the Pied Piper for however many of us have been afraid to fail? Will I answer his call? Will you?"
Peter Shermeta," "reviewing the original edition of "Poke" "the Box
Seth Godin is the author of twelve bestselling books, a popular blogger and a successful entrepreneur. His books have been translated into more than 35 languages. He founded Squidoo.com, one of the hundred most popular websites in the United States. Godin has been a columnist for Fast Company and the Harvard Business Review and has given thousands of keynote speeches for companies, governments and non-profit organizations.


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