Since a Ph D involves diving very deep into a topic, one might expect that learning very complicated stuff would be the hardest part. That period is called the Valley Of Shit or the Phase 3 of Ph D Motivation, the “Crisis of Meaning” .
If you don’t learn fast enough and well enough, you will not finish your Ph D. Almost every graduate student goes through this existential crisis.
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From a senior Ph D student to a starting Ph D student, this is the graduate school advice nobody will tell you but that you need to succeed and get your Ph D title. This is my graduate school advice for new Ph D students. People are trying to change the game with Open Access, Open Data, Open Science, and writing their results in blogs (if you do not have one, start a science blog right now).Something that worked for me was to start your science blog and share with others my experiences (see how a science blog saved my Ph D). If you need help starting a science blog and growing your academic footprint check our videotutorial. Such a waste of time for going away without a Ph D tittle. Seriously, do you really need 5 years to decide you won’t have enough results and papers to defend your thesis?At the Annual GAIN Conference taking place in San Francisco on 25-27 August 2017, four young researching entrepreneurs from Germany are demonstrating the mutual benefits of scientific careers and an entrepreneurial approach.At one point, my husband flew in from Spain, was home for two days, and then flew out to Poland. When he's the one gone, I can cook the food I like, I can watch programs he loathes in peace, I can leave dirty dishes in the sink for a little bit longer. It seems to have calmed down a bit, at least through the holidays I hope. The conferences tire him out--but, not as much as they used to. Also, there are a lot of little things to learn to make conferences more pleasant-- having light gear to take when travelling, and that means decent wheelie suitcase, always small bottles for shampoo, etc, a light laptop, perhaps a few teabags and a decent water bottle (I love my nalgene from the us--holds hot or cold! A student who can work at 3 AM is more likely the person who'll survive...