Screams and Dissertations
December 12th is Edvard Munch’s birthday. The Norwegian painter is best known for his masterpiece, The Scream. And, as a doctoral student, I’m quite certain that you know a thing or two about wanting to scream…
The doctoral journey can be quite tumultuous. You can post an absurdly high GPA throughout your doctoral coursework, only to lose all confidence upon entering the dissertation process.
Finding a gap in the literature can make you want to scream!
Developing a polished problem statement can make you want to scream!
Working out the details of your research design can make you want to scream!
Getting yet another round of “feedback” from your committee, that can really make you want to scream!
Even the reassurance from your friends and family that you are smart enough and that you can do this, eventually even that can make you want to scream!
If you find yourself wanting to scream a little too often, click here to schedule a quick, 15-minute chat with me to see if you’re a good fit for our Fast Track Your Dissertation Coaching Program.
If you are, then I’ll invite you to join the fastest group of dissertation students out there, help you to reach graduation a good year or two faster than you would on your own, and put an end—once and for all—to the uncontrollable urge to scream!