Are you a doctoral student tired of searching for information in an effort to finish your dissertation proposal?
Good news...writing the proposal doesn’t have to be difficult!
Does any of this sound like you:
You are ready to start the first three chapters but don’t know where to begin.
You feel like you are receiving little to no support or guidance from your dissertation chair and committee.
You have been scouring the internet and reading all the books to figure out exactly what you need to do but are left feeling overwhelmed and exhausted.
If yes, you’re not alone. I’ve been there too!
Here’s what no one will tell you about the dissertation process: Just because you finished coursework, doesn’t mean you know how to be a researcher or even how to write. Most people learn how to be effective researchers from struggling through it.
Imagine having personalized accountability and support so that you no longer have to figure out this qualitative stuff on your own because you have a trusted advisor and a community of like-minded scholars assisting you.
How would you feel?
If you’re anything like me, you would finally feel like this research thing is doable without tons of money and years of study.
Your Path to a Finished Proposal
You can complete your first 3 chapters without feeling overwhelmed and isolated.
Without taking up months and months to finish.
It’s going to require you to know a few things first, like qualitative research design.
To write your proposal, you need to have these must-haves:
Clear problem you are addressing and a clear understanding of why it needs to be addressed.
Confidence in your knowledge and abilities as a scholar and researcher.
Courage to share what you know and what you want to know.
You need to start writing in order for you to feel confident that you can complete your dissertation.
You must have clarity on who or what is centered in your study.
You have to know about their experiences and the gaps that exists.
You have to know possible ways to address those gaps so you can change your field (even the world).
Guess how you’re going to figure this out? Through writing one chapter at a time!
Let me help you!