Public Speaking: Beyond Fear
The ideas, concepts and tools contained in this book may catapult you to levels of freedom and ease with public speaking that you’ve never had before.
The First Five Years
A compelling true story of courage, endeavor and success; one of Australia’s largely unknown but nevertheless intrepid, gutsy pioneering families
Dealers: Buying, Selling & Making Money
Treasure Hunter, Collector, Bargainer, Speculator or Investor--which are you using to your disadvantage and how do you turn that around?
There's No Sex in Golf
Weird name for a golf book, but then it's not a normal golf book—looking at golf beyond the mental game.
Wedding Speeches
You may only need this book once in your life but it's the the one to have if you're getting married; full of ideas and coaching.
Life Before
The fisher folk came by this morn, wearing white and cloaked in dawn. Accent the grey, dark the brown; closely fitted, a feather gown ...
Advanced Speaking Concepts
Concepts to assist you going beyond all of the old, worn public speaking techniques that everyone else uses to be competent, average and safe.

Which Type of Writer Are You?

I'm reading Malcolm Gladwell's What the Dog Saw, "Late Bloomers," where he describes two types of writers: those who are experiential and those who are conceptual.

The first is where someone blooms late, using their lifetime experiences to refer to; the second type is where the writer starts with a clear idea of where they want to go, and then executes it. Which one are you; or do you do something completely different?

What The Dog Saw

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