I have just finished my third book, tentatively titled "The Foundation of Entrepreneurship: Large Market Opportunities that have Repeated for 40,000 Years". Book deals with large market opportunities that have repeated throughout history. For example, every time money changes form, there is a new large market opportunity. Title suggestions welcome. If you would like to read the latest draft, email me.
I have started thinking about my fourth book, which will be on assumptions or maybe assumptions and boundaries and how they affect the way we think about problems. Thinking about assumptions reminded me of this post I wrote in 2010, "Why can I not Timeshare a Dog". Sometimes it takes awhile to figure things out and some times I get distracted by other issues. The delay in getting back to assumptions I will blame on a multi-year study of complexity, which resulted in four chapters in book three.