Robert W. Bly
Robert W. Bly has been a professional writer since 1979 and a full-time freelance writer since 1982. He has written marketing copy for over 100 clients including Network Solutions, ITT Fluid Technology, Medical Economics, Intuit, Business & Legal Reports, and Brooklyn Union Gas. Awards include a Gold Echo from the Direct Marketing Association, an IMMY from the Information Industry Association, two Southstar Awards, an American Corporate Identity Award of Excellence, and the Standard of Excellence award from the Web Marketing Association.
Bob is also the author of more than 60 books including The Complete Idiot's Guide To Direct Marketing (Alpha Books), The Copywriter's Handbook (Henry Holt & Co.), and Getting Started as a Freelance Writer (Sentient Publications).
His articles have appeared in numerous publications such as DM News, Writer's Digest, Amtrak Express, Cosmopolitan, Inside Direct Mail, and Bits & Pieces for Salespeople. He has been a featured speaker at writers' conferences nationwide. Thousands of writers have attended in person or listened on tape to his popular seminars, "How to Write a Nonfiction Book and Get It Published" and "How to Make $50,000+ a Year as a Freelance Writer."
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101 Ways To Make Every Second Count
101 Ways To make Every Second Count goes beyond the usual time-management books to bring you a broad range of strategies and tactics for more success with less stress... for getting more done in less time. You'll learn how to maximize your time by setting priorities, creating useful schedules, and overcoming procrastination. Robert Bly describes how proper diet, exercise, and sleep-or lack thereof-affect our energy levels. And how using the latest technology allows us to manage information and to communicate more efficiently and effectively.
Below: covers of the original book and translation.