July 5, 2006

Free 20-minute coaching sessions -- limited time offer

Are you having trouble moving forward on your dissertation and wondering what it's like to work with a dissertation coach? Are you unsure what a dissertation coach does and how a coach could assist you to make significant and sustained progress to your degree?

Now you can experience the benefits of working with a coach through a free 20-minute coaching session. Find out for yourself if working with a dissertation coach is the answer for you.

For the next two weeks Jayne London, my associate in The Academic Ladder, is offering complimentary 20-minute dissertation coaching sessions. This is a fantastic opportunity for you. Read what other graduate students have said about working with Jayne:

The suggestions you made earlier this week made my work come together perfectly. It probably saved me three to five days or more of wheel spinning and over-planning.
Dee McGraw, doctoral candidate, Emory University

Jayne has enabled me to eradicate old, ineffective ways of working and develop new empowering habits. I have never felt as motivated to complete my dissertation.
Aimee Cox, doctoral candidate, University of Michigan

I heard back from my advisor today. He loved the chapters I sent him and has given me the go ahead to schedule the defense. Interestingly, he liked some of the writing that I just completed the most.
Unnamed, University of Wisconsin

When I became a Ph.D. candidate I lost my zest for the entire process and had been procrastinating on getting started writing. Jayne has encouraged me to finish by finding a way to just do a little writing each day.
DeAunderia Bryant-Day, doctoral candidate, University of Michigan

Contact Jayne at Jayne@AcademicLadder.com today!


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