Posts Tagged ‘thesis writing tips’

Successful People Record Ideas When Those Come To Them

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 17:45 1 Comment

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Record your Ahas

Record your Ahas

Great ideas may come at any moment. They come and go. If they do go, unfortunately, this maybe forever.

Ideas can come to you when you are in the shower, while you jog, on the train, on the bike, during the conversation with your mom, when you listen to your favorite music you name it.

It is so important that at the moment when ideas come to us we must not let them bypass. We must jot them down or better yet record them on a tape recorder. Continue reading »

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A Little Technique Helps You Succeed In Anything You Do

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 7:24 1 Comment

But Out by Daniel Pink

But Out by Daniel Pink

Unfortunately, one of my forums has been aggressively attacked recently. And now I am left with the only option to save some good tips (as the one below) and publish them on this Blog.

I definitely see that the tip below may be very useful to you when you experience problems related to your lack of motivation when writing your thesis or doing any other business projects. Follow below.

I just read a little technique in the book called “A Whole New Mind” by Daniel Pink. It is an excellent book! 5 stars and highly recommend to any master student or an entrepreneur. Continue reading »

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11 Tips On How to Be More Productive When Writing or Working From Home

Thursday, October 23, 2008 15:22 13 Comments

11 Productivity Tips

11 Productivity Tips

Sometimes we feel like staying and working from home be it writing a thesis or working on another project. But I’ve learned that many people including myself (especially in the past) get caught up on distractive activities and eventually this results in us being less productive. And it is no wonder why we don’t accomplish what we plan to.

Here are 11 tips you can use to increase your productivity levels when writing or working from home. If you stick to these principles, I am sure it can be a turning point. Here they are: Continue reading »

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How And When To Write a Master Thesis Abstract?

Tuesday, February 26, 2008 1:33 1 Comment

When and how do you need to write your Master thesis abstract?




You need to stop worrying about your Master thesis abstract if you are not done yet with your thesis at least 80%. You abstract is just a quick snapshot of your thesis and I would not worry about it now unless you’re more than half way through.

Abstract can be written in 5 minutes but it is the most precise-to-the point part of your thesis. In some 10-15 lines you need to convey the whole ‘truth’ of your thesis. If you don’t, it is considered a poor abstract. Continue reading »

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How to Get Started with Your Master Thesis – A Psychological Checklist II

Friday, February 15, 2008 16:14 No Comments

Much of the difficulty arising from the thesis-writing exercise is psychological rather than technical. To finish your master thesis, you shouldn’t only have the right topic, adviser, method, equipment, reading materials, etc. It is much more important to have the right attitude. Think about it; solutions to technical problems can be found in many books, but if you don’t have the will, the inclination or the patience to look for them, they won’t do you much good. Here are some tips that can help you put yourself in the right frame of mind for thesis writing. Continue reading »

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