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Two thoughts for you if you go for a PhD

Got a question asking my take on getting a PhD. Well, that's not my field, but here's my take -

I don't have much of a background in academia, but I have some friends who do and some general thoughts. Actually, I got two thoughts for you if you go on to go for a PhD.

1. Study exactly what requirements are needed, and study the background of people who have gotten a PhD successfully and have written about it.

A lot of people try to reinvent the wheel or otherwise don't have a plan, thus leading to the tragedy and horror you talk about. This is just generally good advice anyways - understand the rules/parameters going in, and understand and model someone who has done it successfully.

2. Go for it as fast as possible. Prioritize quantity over quality in the beginning.

Better Procrastinating

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I have a big project I'm working on (secret for now, haven't decided if I should write about it yet or not), and I've been seriously procrastinating.

It's not that I don't want to do it. It's something I arrived at myself, is very inline with my Life Nomadic goals, and will be very exciting to complete. It's my perfect project.

I'd been working on it for a week, though, and had been getting very little work done. To use a rough estimate, I had done maybe 5% of the work in a week. Twenty weeks until completion is way too long.

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