I participated a Scientific Writing workshop last semester. The tips were similar and then I started to use this suggestions. It really works, do it! Write daily, for example I usually start writing in the morning and for two hours, I shut down my phone, say to my friends and colleagues that I had a meeting with my manuscript and only concentrate writing. Here is a little planning tips from workshop: (imagine that you need to write only a paragraph and use timing on the list)
1-Define your topic (What are your questions) – 3 min.
2-Find informations you need (references, statistical terms etc.) – 3 mins.
A PhD will provide you advancement in your career, usually a hefty salary differential, and prestige. You should thoroughly research career prospects before you commit to a program: some fields, such as the humanities, are increasingly glutted with PhDs, making it near impossible to land a job at all, especially if you are seeking a job as a professor. Other fields are expanding. Logically, if a field is growing in its need for research, and is connected with powerful policy decision-making, then a PhD in that field will be an asset. PhDs in economics, finance, marketing, and development studies, just to name a few, are solid bets for future job and salary prospects.