I’ve got a question for you: how attached to your PhD thesis are you?
If you’re anything like I was then your PhD thesis is like your baby. You’ve brought it into the world and you’ll die for it. It’s tested you, pushed you harder than you ever thought possible and brought your to tears many, many times.
And then you have people like me come along and say, ‘Hey, let me proofread it for you’. That’s like saying, ‘Hey, let me diagnose and treat your baby’. You’re going to want to trust that person implicitly.
I’m not here to sell my proofreading business. You’re not stupid. If you care about that you’ll click the links you have to, read our site, compare prices, and so on and so on. No, what I want to convey to you here is a bigger issue: have you ever stopped and thought about how nervous it would make you trusting your thesis to someone else? To give it to a relative stranger and say, ‘Do what you think is best to make this thing better’.
That’s a big deal. It’s like handing over the keys to your car to a stranger and saying, ‘Here, do what you want with it for a few days’.
Your PhD thesis.
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