Robert Moskowitz

Writer, Thinker, Do-er


Robert is a business consultant and author based in Santa Monica, California, who writes frequently about many subjects, including business management, productivity, professionalism, parenting both children and aging parents, society, technology, success, and life.

His track record includes winning an Emmy and helping to run various dot coms.

He is the author of several books, scores of authoritative columns, plus hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles for dozens of national magazines.

He has a world of experience, including more than twelve years in high-profile public relations work with a worldwide agency.

Among his successful books is: "How to Organize Your Work and Your Life," which perfectly exemplifies how his mind works: he instinctively sees the big pictures, breaks each one down into coherent slices, meaningfully prioritizes and sequences those slices, and then executes the tasks inherent in each slice in very productive ways. Put more simply, Mr. Moskowitz knows how to succeed. Having done a great deal, and having paid attention to how he did it, Mr. Moskowitz is now in a position to pass along what he knows to others.

Mr. Moskowitz is often available for interviews, guest appearances, and other opportunities to pass along some of his expert information and insights.

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Enjoy the homemade film: "The Elopement"

On Writing...

My most important advice: Get right with yourself. Take some time away from routines and familiar settings – days, weeks, even months if you can, and deeply contemplate what makes you believe you are a writer and want to be a professional. Play the game of pretending you already are a writer, and note what it feels like to do all that time-consuming, heavy lifting from the mind and the heart. Then pretend you are barred from being a writer, and note what it feels like to be too busy, or too bland, or too something else to ever complete a writing project. Marinate in these thoughts and feelings until you become convinced all the way down to your metaphysical toes that you’ve uncovered and touched the truth about your relationship to writing. Then whatever that truth is, live it.