Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
I've settled on doing a book on subjective reality. I'll probably draft a proposal for it next week. I imagine Hay House will like the topic since they already published a very short book with similar slant -- Lucid Living by Tim Freke.
Part of the reason I opted for subjective reality is that the topic is very suitable for the medium of plain text. It's the kind of topic that takes a while to sink in, so people can pause as they read and think about it. It also doesn't require expressing a lot of emotion.
I think polarity would work better as an audio or video program vs. a book.
Ahhhh, this is an excellent choice Steve
Personal Development For Smart People.
Originally Posted by wolverine
After reading through all of this, I personally feel that the book I'd most like to see from you, Steve, is one that starts off with finding purpose, passion and living with love, and then focuses in somewhat on how to apply these rather theoretical concepts to actual living. Sort of a cross between the 'living with love' idea and the productivity idea.
Having said that, I realise you've decided on the subjective reality book for now. Good luck with it!