When big tasks need to be completed, you may win some and lose some, the idea is to go on trying. The same holds true for when you are on the task of writing a manuscript. Some people are successful and go on to get themselves published and recognized, the others are not so lucky and need to try again. However, there are those few who need to see what they can do to realize that getting rejected is not the end of the world. Small actions and changes in life will lead you to success.
Take a deep breath: You have been slogging day and night to have your work completed and do it to reach success, you dint, but it doesn’t matter. Take a deep breath, play with your dog, go for a walk, smell the roses and start again. It is bound to work when you feel fuel it with positivity.
Choose to use the stumbling stone: Make sure you do not let your resources and work go for a waste. All or part of your previously done study may be used for the fresh trial and who knows, some of it may even strengthen your work.
Take help, because no mountain is climbed without a harness: When you have your work read and reviewed by someone who knows it well, you may be able to feel safer this time around. Important inputs may be received and you can work around your project in a more prepared manner.
Stay focused and make it till the end: Never lose hope or give up. Big achievements are never easily acquired, you need to put in your heart, soul and sweat into the task to get it done right. Jumping long distance takes a lot of effort and focus.
No task is ever too big, when you know you have no other choice but to achieve it, you know you are in the right direction.
A successful research paper will get you places, you know you can land yourself right into a major journal with the research paper that makes a mark. There is an essential need for a researcher to make sure that the research paper that he or she writes contains all the elements that may help in getting it at the top ranks to be published. The factors that make up a good research include:
Problem statement: This is the part that explains what the problem or the question is, factors leading to the problem and the effects of it. This part of the paper may be formulated by making a list of problems relating to a topic of interest and the most relevant as well as explainable topic must be chosen.
Exploring methods: There are a whole lot of ways in which the solution to a problem in a research may be expressed. Some of the most common ways to derive the solution is by means of asking questions, taking out averages and percentages, using graphs and charts and conducting surveys.
Streamlining: Though you should be careful to get as much data on your hand as much as you can for a particular problem, in order to get the solution, you must also ensure that you put only that data in the research which is most relevant and interesting to the study. Some ways to streamline your research study are by letting sense prevail and selecting your choice or by asking someone who does the job regularly and can help in a more informed way.
Diversity: The diversity you maintain in your questions, surveys, arguments and methods will decide how far your research paper may attain success. Take inspiration from researches and journals from the past to see how you can keep it diverse.
Finally, getting it right and getting into a journal, is the fuel that drives you!