Today's BOOK OF THE DAY, "Mastering The PhD Process Like A Ninja: A Holistic Approach To Organizational Techniques Essential Time Management Skills, And More: The TLC Way," by Tanya Lovejoy-Capers PhD, brings back some memories for me. For those of us who have completed our PhDs, we know what it takes. Earning this top degree isn't easy and it requires a very dedicated person. I can promise you this, once you start, you'll need all of the advice you can get from those who have been there and done that. That is why today's book is so important. If you are thinking of earning your PhD or you're already in the doctorate program, this book is a must-read. Take a look!
Mastering The PhD Process Like A Ninja: A Holistic Approach To Organizational Techniques Essential Time Management Skills, And More: The TLC Way Paperback – September 28, 2020
The author includes practical techniques
and information used from her experience with completing a doctoral program in
general psychology. After mentoring several learners, the author discovered
that learners had the same reoccurring questions and fears about completing
their doctoral program. As an advocate, the author decided to write this
handbook to provide as much assistance as she could to ease some of the worries
that doctoral learners shared. The information is specific to online learners.
However, learners who attend brick and mortar universities can also benefit
from the tips, tricks, and hints to obtain good organizational and time management
skills. The overall results are to assist all doctoral learners in achieving
the academic success they strive for.
The handbook covers all aspects of how to navigate through the doctoral process from start to finish. It also sheds light on what to expect at every stage of the program and how to best manage your emotions, doubts, and work-life balance.
· Item Weight: 6.7 ounces
The TLC Touch Publishing, LLC (September 28, 2020)
6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
About the Author
Her belief is that we all have a moral obligation to reach one another to teach one another. This is the reason why she decided to write this handbook as a first-time author. Writing a book was not in her plan, but after mentoring several PhD candidates she discovered a common challenging recurring factor she found it necessary to address. Learners were overwhelmed with time management, organization, and self-care tools.
As an advocate, Tanya strongly believes that we all have a responsibility to share our knowledge to assist others to thrive. As a result, she decided to help PhD learners as much as she could by using her experience with her doctoral program by sharing her tips and tricks to achieve academic success. Tanya chooses to communicate through open and honest dialogue to demonstrate that through adversity learners can successfully prevail in their PhD program, as she has done.