Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
I'm strongly leaning toward doing a book on Polarity at the moment. I already created a chapter outline just to see what it would look like. It would likely touch on subjective reality a little as well.
It would be a very interesting book to write... and probably to read too.
The time management book would be interesting, but I'm leaning against that at the moment. It feels like no matter how I write it, it would just end up being another me too book in a crowded field. Partly that's because many of the best practices have already been written by other people. So this isn't a book I personally feel compelled to write.
A time management book might sell better, but I think a Polarity book would have a deeper impact on those who read it.
That would be fantastic. The whole concept is so brilliant.
I suspect the sales volume of a book on polarity would actually be very unpredictable. There will definately be a base line of buyers (me and Rose
), but I think it has the potential to be huge.