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Did you reach your dissertation writing goals over Thanksgiving (which, here in the States, we just celebrated)?

Going into the week-end, did you declare, “I’m going to fight to make the most of the time”?

If, by hook or crook, you made the time your own and reached your writing goals, hurray for you!  You deserve back pats and arms-in-the-air cheers.

On the other hand, did you fritter away the time and now you’re now feeling scattered?  Is your mind racing to the future or dwelling on the past?

If so, it’s time to slow down and look at what’s happened to your priorities.

It may be time to try a new approach, or at least an approach that you haven’t used for a while.

I have a plan to help you produce text. It’s is in the next issue of my newsletter, “Smart Tips.” The new issue goes out in a few days, and if you aren’t on the mailing list, you’ll miss out on my new plan. I’d hate for that to happen!

Would you please rush to my website, www.nancywhichard.com, and sign up today for my newsletter?  Thank you.

Here’s to a more productive you!


Nancy Whichard, Ph.D., PCC
Your International Dissertation and Academic Career Coach



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