Robert Moskowitz is an award-winning independent professional writer who has written and sold millions of words in just about every format over five decades.
Summary of Qualifications
Charismatic leader / manager / coach
Successful author of books, courses, articles, essays, white papers, and more
Award-winning writer of TV – film – audio programs (non-fiction, advertising, promotional)
Proven communications strategist
Knowledgeable audience builder, keeper
Experienced interviewer and popularizer
Partial Professional Summary
Managing Editor, Real Estate Financial Planning Institute, Division of Move.com
Vice President, MoneyTours.com/.net
Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, InnerWorth.com
Director of Client Development, GlobalNetFinancial.com
President, Key Publications
President, Crown Communications Group
Vice President, Client Services, Madison Fielding Public Relations
Senior Consultant, Hill and Knowlton Public Relations
President, Personal Productivity Center
Self employed, Magazine writer, newsletter writer and publisher.
Editorial Director, Prentice Hall Publishing, Executive Reports Division
Other Accomplishments and Activities
Emmy Award winner.
Commentator, occasional opinion/editorial appearances in the Los Angeles Times, on CNBC Television Network, and elsewhere.
Founder and Past President, Public Interest Media Project.
Founder and Past President, American Telecommuting Association.
Teacher, Courses in Business Management, in Productivity, in Small Business Computing, in Caring for Aging Parents, in Savvy Investing, and in Communications.
With regard to his status as a “Professionalism Expert” for NAIWE, 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, Robert knows how to succeed as an independent writer, covering all the bases from soliciting assignments to delivering polished work, from pricing jobs to budgeting and managing personal finances, from organizing a conducive office environment to establishing and following sensible guidelines regarding life, work, and productivity. Having done all this, and having paid attention to how he did it, Robert is now in a position to pass along what he knows to others.