Considering the Journey
About the Book
The “doctoral journey” is not something that should be entered in too lightly. It can be both expensive and very time consuming and must be understood before the commitment is made to begin. Chances for success in finishing the journey would be greatly enhanced if the trials and tribulations of the journey was known before the journey began.This book gives the perspective doctoral candidate an inside look at those trials and tribulations and what the candidate deals with once on the journey. The value of this book is get the inside look at doctoral work before making the commitment.
About the Author
Considering the Journey was written to help perspective doctoral and PhD candidates get an idea of what to expect about the “Doctoral Journey” before signing on the dotted line from a person that made the journey. The author speaks from his experience of not knowing much about the journey before he began and how he field’s questions from those that ask him about the experience before they make the decision to start a program. This is an invaluable guide that a perspective candidate can truly benefit from before making the commitment of time and money that they can’t get back once they begin the journey. The author’s insight is a personal one that only speaks to his individual experience as he negotiated the hurdles of the journey. This book is a true eye opener and a must read for candidates before they decide to begin the journey.