|01-25-2009, 07:26 AM||#123 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2007
please right more traditional Personal Development related stuff
i.e. skills to learn, habits to learn, being effective, personal transformations, achieving goals, making money etc. etc.
I personally wouldn't by a book that is too abstract or too "out there" but I would definitely by a book that focuses on core, traditional personal development
Last edited by stayfly; 01-25-2009 at 07:31 AM.
|02-03-2009, 02:58 AM||#126 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Then why not just write a book with all your favourite topics? Here's what I suggest for your next book: Steve Pavlina: Time Management and then for your 3rd book, Steve Pavlina: Blogging. Your book is great. It really helped me with my life.
|02-06-2009, 02:28 PM||#128 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2009
What about a book on journaling? I second the ideas on a workbook and creativity. There are a LOT of journaling books on the market, but they just don't work for me. I've spent a LONG time figuring out how to journal effectively and it was in my journal studies that I was led to PDSP.
I think a book on an entirely new topic would be rushing things. I'd stick to applying PDSP for now, while trying out some of your new ideas on the blog and forums first.
I'd also like an e-book. I'm currently scanning PDSP into an e-book. I live a really mobile lifestyle and cannot afford the weight of owning books.
I have a dissociative disorder (intense daydreaming) and so do a LOT of people, without knowing it. The only attention of dissociative disorders is paid to the flamboyant type of multiple personality dissociating. Many, many, many people though have a different type and are merely seperated from their feeling and senses. They function on autopilot for decades, fairly productive, but not in tune with themselves.
Journaling can help us discover ourselves and move through life with awareness and feelings. The principals in PDSP are great journaling prompts.
So far I have only really studied the chapters on Truth and Spirituality in PDSP, so far. To Truth, I had to figure out what was dissociating and what was denial. Before I could come up with an action plan and to journal my progress, I had to intimately understand the difference.
Steve you have the ability to digest HUGE amounts of literature and find links between otherwise seperated topics. I think you could contribute something significant to the area of journaling. Something that would make it WORK for people who are being left behind by the current resources.
I've been discovering tiny gems in the rough here and there. I too have a talent for digesting large amounts of literature and making unusual connections, but not to the degree that you do.
You started PDSP with Truth. Why? Think about that. For those of us who are in something just a little deeper than denial, how can we start applying the rest of the book? How can we start connecting with ourselves and the world? So very many of us are ALMOST ready to start applying PDSP, but we need something BEFORE it. Just a little something.
Truth needs to be expanded. And then we need a little handholding to get through the rest, constantly applying the expanded Truth.
|02-11-2009, 12:04 AM||#132 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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.
|03-12-2009, 12:31 PM||#136 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2007
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!
|12-10-2009, 01:06 AM||#138 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Ahhhh, this is an excellent choice Steve
|12-14-2009, 11:21 PM||#139 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: BC, Canada
I'd like to see a book that dives into way more detail on Subjective Reality and Polarity.
I think those two topics are connected anyways.
|12-17-2009, 09:58 AM||#141 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2008
Thats really interesting.
I hope you also write How to live Creative SelfExpression using Subjective Reality Model. And How to Apply Law of Attraction using Subjective Reality Model.
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