Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
That's actually what I had in mind for the time management book -- applying the PDSP principles at a very low level, i.e. how you spend your time each day and how you align your daily routine with truth, love, and power.
Hmmm. Time management is about getting the most out of your life - which is really about Power right? So while you'd be talking about aligning your daily routine with Truth, Love and Power, it's all related to increasing your Power to do what you want in life through your daily routine? If so, then in a way, it'll be like Steven Covey's First Things First that talked about the 3rd principle of Steven Covey's 7 Habits Book - just like your book will expand on the 3rd Principle of your 7 Principle to Grow Book
If so, that sounds great
I have to admit when I read the list a few hours ago, my initial reaction was like "No, not Time Management, do it on Subjective Reality or Polarities!". However, now I can see that doing it on time management could be an extension of PDSP.
I do agree on waiting a while before writing a book about starting up a business - the need for that isn't as great as the need for the other books. As for the book on blogging - bleh. There's plenty of blogs about that. Let other people spend their time and energy on that, while you contribute something much more unique that others aren't.