Perhaps one of the most common questions I receive from the Doctoral Mentees I coach is: “Why should I attend a residency?” The answer is simple – you will forge lifetime relationships.
As students, professionals, and family members, we already have high expectations for ourselves, and this becomes even more evident at this time of year when our “to do” lists become longer than ever, as we add a multitude of tasks to our busy schedules.
If you choose to use a Walden Template or the TOC feature in the MS Word software there are some critical points you must remember: styles and headers.
You have done the hard work, typed your document from start to finish, stroked the keys on your keyboard, dotted your I’s and crossed your T’s, now it comes to the final stages of creating a table of contents (TOC) for your document.
I didn’t grow up in the Midwest, but I’ve now lived in MinneSNOWda for more than a decade. This past November, I purchased a home and found myself, for the first time in those 10+ years, face-to-face with a driveway full of snow and a big, klonking snow blower standing between me and the ability to back my car out of the garage. I was paralyzed.
It is important to note that without people, there will be no business and without businesses, there is no need for accounting. Accountants capture raw data gathered from business ventures, translate it into meaningful information for the management to use in decision making.
Beginning a doctoral program is a huge transition, one that requires time to adjust and support from those around you. Your free time is no longer your own, as there are suddenly papers to write and deadlines to meet, all in addition to the usual demands on your time.