How to Organize Your Work and Your Life
The Classic Best-Seller, Now Updated, Revised and Expanded for the 21st Century.
For decades busy people have used their time and energy better thanks to this practical, informative, accessible book. Now it is completely updated for the lifestyles, work styles and new technologies of today’s fast-paced, interconnected world!
How to Organize Your Work & Your Life gives you a method of organizing everything you do, everything you want to do, and everything you must do and must not do. It gives you a system of principles, ideas, and specific actions to speed up every project, every effort, and help you get what you want much quicker, easier, and sooner.
About Robert Moskowitz (Los Angeles, California Author)
Robert Moskowitz is an Emmy-winning author and editor with a knack for conveying complex and difficult topics in a friendly, down-to-earth style. In his more than four decades of professional activity, he has been:
- a senior consultant for Hill and Knowlton Public Relations,
- editor of a dozen or more monthly newsletters on finance, investing, and management,
- an executive and consultant in the dot-com world,
- managing editor of various publications and websites, and
- president of his own book publishing company.
In addition to more than a dozen audio-and-workbook programs that he wrote and produced for the American Management Association, Hume Publications, and others, his published books include "How To Organize Your Work and Your Life" (Doubleday), "Small Business Computing -- A Guide in Plain English," (Dearborn), "Out On Your Own" (Key) and "Parenting Your Aging Parents" (Key).
Aside from his creative production, he has founded two non-profit organizations: The Public Interest Media Project, and the American Telecommuting Association.
Mr. Moskowitz has appeared at conferences and seminars across North America and Europe to teach and lecture on a wide variety of topics, including risk management, business management, and business uses of the Internet. He has researched and written a large number of long-form products covering many aspects of winning strategies for insurance, financial planning, knowledge management, public relations, and investing, and won an Emmy for his work on Public Television's "Dollars and $ense" financial education series.
He resides in Santa Monica with his wife, a novelist, where they collaborate on film and TV scripts. Like all natural writers, he is currently at work on a novel.