Originally Posted by rodrigo
I also agree when he says that you should do something that only you could do. I'm sure you'll write a great content on any topic you choose, but I really think you should choose based on what you could create uniquely, not only a better version of what's already there.
I think you could make an interesting set of principles--a guideline criteria--much like the one you mentioned in the We like it raw interview
E.g. One of them could be "only write something that I (i.e. Steve) could do to a masterful degree."
You'd have a better idea of what principles you'd need, but yeah, just an idea.
Another book would be a good opportunity to get more practice in for writing more challenging books later on (about polarity, and the like). I'm sure you'd have a bit of room to experiment with. I'm sure you can't resist trying to optimise some elements.