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"Robert W. Bly's helpful, amusing and slim volume is jam-packed with wisdom and plenty of tips to help you organize, manage your time better, cure procrastination and increase your productivity."
--Rolf Dobelli, GetAbstract.com
About the Author
Robert W. Bly is a freelance copywriter specializing in direct marketing. McGraw-Hill calls Bob Bly "America's top copywriter" and he was voted Copywriter of the Year by AWAI. Bly is the author of more than 75 books. His articles have appeared in many publications, including Target Marketing, The Writer, Cosmopolitan, and Amtrak Express. His online newsletter, "The Direct Response Letter," has more than 50,000 subscribers. Bly lives in River Vale, New Jersey, with his wife and two children. He can be found online at www.bly.com.
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Better yet, how about a full time copywriter who has written over 80 books in his spare time?
Clear, practical, and very good points about how to become more efficient with your time.
Plenty of other great bits of information and quotes as well. Easy to Read.
Each chapter is packed with specific advice whether you need help with speeding up your work habits, setting goals, saving time and money when you travel, increasing your personal efficiency, using technology to save time, effective networking online, going mobile, delegating oursourcing, getting organized or managing information overload, this book contains something for everyone.
I learned a great deal from it and highly recommend this book as a valuable resource for everyone.
While the productivity methods presented are commonly known individually, the book itself does a good job at providing a fairly comprehensive and organization collection of productivity enhancers. This book will be particularly beneficial to those new to and entering the professional business world or to those who are reentering the professional workforce after a long-term sabbatical.
All the Best,