Dissertation coaching is an investment. While the upfront cost might feel steep, it is paltry when you consider what you are getting and the costs it can help you avoid.
A PhD coach’s first and foremost priority is to help you cross the dissertation finishing line, so that you don’t end up wasting your time, effort, and money by sticking at ABD – or worse, failing to finish altogether.
When you are spending thousands of dollars in tuition costs and related expenses, it is worth investing a little bit more to ensure that money is not wasted. If this is an idea that appeals to you, it’s worth signing up for a free consultation session to find out more.
Best of all, you are your coach’s number one priority, so your coach will always be invested in providing you with inspiration and moral support.
This is important, because not all supervisors have the time and resources to provide this level of support to their students consistently.
What does this mean? It means that investing in coaching is an investment is confidence, peace of mind, and lower levels of stress. It’s cheaper than a semester’s worth of spa days and better for you than whiskey.
First and foremost, check out the services offered by your institution. From writing studios and career advisors to in-house tutors, most institutions provide some support free of charge to enrolled students.
You can also hire a coach for only a specific and limited need, such as dissertation manuscript editing, help with formatting, or advice on academic careers.