Archive Monthly Archives: September 2017

Skyscrapers and Dissertations

September 3rd marks the birthday of Louis Henry Sullivan, the father of the skyscraper. Sullivan’s designs helped people to dream bigger and build bigger. Your dissertation will allow you to do the same… I remember when I first visited the downtown area of a large city. It was Chicago in my senior year of college. […]

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Rain and Dissertations

It is said that into each life a little rain must fall. How you respond determines so much about the course of your life and your dissertation… This week I am reminded of a time I experienced a little unexpected rain. My grandmother, less than a week away from her 91st birthday, died somewhat unexpectedly. […]

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Dr. Phil and Dissertations

September 1st is Philip Calvin McGraw’s birthday. Dr. Phil has something to say about…everything! Here are some words of wisdom for your dissertation… Do you realize that you can’t play the game of life with sweaty palms? —Dr. Phil McGraw You elected to enroll in a doctoral program. It was a bold decision. A decision […]

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