Dale Darley – Page 2 – Birds on the Blog

All posts by Dale Darley

Inspire your daughter (and son) to write a book

Inspire your daughter (and son) to write a book

You may want to write a book. You may want to, but somehow you do not feel confident, inspired or time rich. A book may be on your dream board, a something to aspire to, just not yet. With a book, you

Continue reading
Writing a book? How to get it done

Writing a book? How to get it done

I love the words ‘I am writing a book,’ it sounds so much more positive than ‘I am going to write a book,’ don’t you think?  Whether you opt for the I am or the I am going to,

Continue reading
Three book writing mistakes you can learn from

Three book writing mistakes you can learn from

You would think that book writing would come easily to someone who has written nine books (5 still available) and supported countless others to pen theirs. There is no such thing as an absolute expert.

Continue reading
On writing, writers and drinking

On writing, writers and drinking

It’s national vodka day, and while it’s not my drink of choice, it got me wondering why is there a day devoted to a tasteless, colourless drink? Why particularly vodka? Like many drinks, it does have

Continue reading
Write your book

Changing directions? Write your book now

If you are planning to change direction, there are many reasons why you should write your book first. Life, like careers and businesses, do not always go to plan. However, when you write your book, you

Continue reading
strong-woman-syndrome

Hilary Clinton and the strong woman syndrome

This morning I watched the news clip where ‘strong woman’ Hilary Clinton buckled and was supported into her car. There followed a report to say that she has pneumonia. Thereafter I followed

Continue reading
9 reasons that your webinar sucks

9 reasons why your webinar sucks

It’s been a long time since I’ve thought about a webinar or online program. In fact, it’s a long time since I made an online course or ran a webinar. The reason is Iit all felt a little jarring and

Continue reading
1 2 3