Virtual lecture "3 things that stop you from writing and completing your PhD thesis - and what to do about it"
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you a final year PhD student?
Do you struggle with starting writing?
Do you find yourself putting it off?
Then this content-filled virtual lecture given by Olga Degtyareva is for you!
Olga had a successful career in science, having studied and worked for 15 years in the area of high-pressure physics and crystallography. Olga now mentors scientists around the world helping them get clear on their priorities and achieve their goals.
In this virtual lecture Olga will talk about 3 things that stop you from writing and completing your PhD thesis. She will also share powerful tips on how to overcome your current obstacles, and ... sit down and start writing!!
Olga will also give you tips on how to stay on track and complete your thesis in a short amount of time.
Don't miss this opportunity to listen to an expert in Productivity for Scientists and learn some shortcuts and proven steps that already worked for so many PhD students. Register for this FREE virtual lecture and get the details on how to listen to it via internet.
The lecture is taking place on Tuesday, the 4th of December 2012 from 6pm to 7pm GMT.
Olga Degtyareva, Ph.D., Productivity for Scientists Ltd
Olga is Productivity Mentor for Scientists and the director and founder of the Productivity for Scientists Ltd. She empowers scientists around the world helping them to overcome overwhelm, become more productive, get in charge of their day while feeling happier in their lives. Olga offers workshops, lectures, web-based mentoring programs as well as private and group coaching programs. Olga has had a successful research career in science, having studied and worked for 15 years in the area of high-pressure physics and crystallography. She is a recipient of an international prize and an author and co-author of 38 scientific papers including an extensive review articles and several publications in high-profile journals. She lives with her husband and three children currently 2, 6 and 8 years old. Olga shares her experience on "how to manage it all" in her Productivity for Scientists blog (http://olgadegtyareva.com). Start your journey to peaceful productivity with Olga's 126 ways to become more productive and 5 top tips on overcoming overwhelm which you can find at the top of the website.