Art of academic writing:

how to make your work on dissertation truly engaging?

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Working on your dissertation can be very stressful, especially when the deadline is getting very close. In just a few weeks you have to write a composition that will not only impress your teacher, but it will also show that all these years of studying were not in vain. Everything is important, starting from the structure and ending with the subject, so you can’t postpone it or try to find a shortcut. With all this how are you supposed to keep yourself engaged? Well, by applying these tips, of course!

Find a topic that you really enjoy. We know that it is difficult and you would rather spend time with your friends instead, but it is not optional and you need to give the best you have. Finding a topic that you personally like is one of the best things that you can do, since this will keep you motivated from the start and you will find the studying much easier. If you write about a boring topic that so many students approached before, you will not only be bored yourself but you will also disappoint your professor. Don’t run from controversial topics, as they are usually the most interesting ones.

Think about it as a challenge, not an obligation. Being a student is not always easy, but you must struggle to take every good project to an end. Your dissertation does not have to be an unpleasant obligation and you can actually enjoy working on it. Think about it as a challenge, as something that you want to do and not something that you must do. You will notice that working on the project will not be as difficult and you might actually enjoy spending your time in this way.

Be creative. There’s nothing worst than staying in front of the desk a few hours per day, reading from old books that you don’t like. If you do this for sure you will not be very excited about your assignment, so you have to change your methods. You can get the information that you need in creative ways, like watching a nice movie or going to visit a museum. This will keep everything engaging and you will still get the information that you need.

Work with a friend. Your colleagues are in the same situation as you and they are also trying to do things more interesting, so why not work together? You can complete your dissertation with a colleague and you can help each other when things get difficult. Besides, if you are a bit competitive you will actually have fun trying to see which one of you will finish first. You can even make a small race and establish a small prize for the first one who reaches a milestone.

Reward yourself. If nothing related to the project can motivate you to work, then you have to find something from the outside. If you are honest with yourself you can establish a reward that you will get when everything is done, preferably something that you wanted for a very long time. For example, If you finish your composition by the end of the month you will reward yourself with a short trip with your friends. This will keep you motivated and you will be much more eager to study when you will know that at the end of the way there is something that you love waiting for you. See? Things don’t have to be difficult or boring, even when it comes to study!

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