Originally Posted by Brutha
After the feedback on this forum about polarity , I don't think that a lot of people "get it". It probably isn't a good choice for a book for the masses.
The polarity book may not be for the millions out there, however, the polarity book may make a huge difference in a smaller group of people. That smaller group of people may polarize much more, and thus create much more impact in the world. In other words, if we put this to numbers with hypothetical situation:
Time Management: 1,000,000 books sold x average effect of 10 units of good per book = 10,000,000 units of good produced in the world.
Polarity: 100,000 books sold x average effect of 1,000 units of good per book = 100,000,000 units of good produced in the world.
In this case, the polarity book may create 10x more good overall in the world even if it sold 10x less copies.
Of course, there's no way for me to know whether the situation above exists, it's possible that the Time Management book will affect the average person as much as the polarity book, thus negating my nice little equation.