A dissertation proposal provides an overview of a research and enables a reader to understand and anticipate what will be accomplished from a specific research and how the objectives will be specifically achieved. It is a temporary or intermediary document which basically leads to the research but requires necessary approval before the research can be started. Therefore it has to be written in a way that it is approved by the supervisor or committee. Thinking about this can increase problems and the process may seem difficult but think of it as a simple document where you want to propose your ideas of conducting a research on a specific topic. At first, choose a topic which you can achieve quite easily but on the other hand there should be room for something new to be found and narrow it down as much as you can. Ideally, you should get the topic approved before starting off with the dissertation proposal. Write your aim and objectives and research questions in an effective and concise manner and try to narrow them down to the lowest possible extent. Visualize the methods you will be using for the research and explain them in the document and at the end provide an anticipated time schedule for the various phases of the research.