Resources: Ch. 1 and 2 of WellingtonWellington, J., Bathmaker, A., Hunt, C., McCulloch, G., & Sikes, P. (2005). Succeeding with your doctorate. London: Sage.text, Scoring Instrument, APA TemplateReview the University of Phoenix Material: Becoming a Successful Member of the SAS doctoral community.Listen to the Becoming a Successful Member of the SAS doctoral community podcast. As you listen to the podcast, consider taking notes on content that resonates with you enter the doctoral program.Consider your current skill levels, habits, and attitudes.Review the scoring instrument and consider each criteria as you write your paper. For additional information on critical thinking, review the critical thinking documents located on the SAS Program Website.Write a 350- to 700-word personal narrative in first person to assess your doctoral readiness.Prepare your paper with 2- to 3 headings to organize your thoughts.Answer the following questions in your narrative:• In your understanding, what is a doctorate? According to the Wellington text, how does a professional doctorate compare and contrast to a traditional PhD?• How does this program fit with your current and future identity?• How prepared are you for the doctoral program? How will you position yourself to succeed in the doctoral study?• What are your strengths? What skills do you need to deepen or further to begin, advance, and complete the doctoral journey?• How are you ready to make a change in your life, transform your thinking, and expand your worldview?• How will you collect data to monitor and improve your learning throughout the program?• There is risk and reward in the doctoral journey. How much risk are you willing to take? What obstacles do you perceive you need to overcome? What individuals or networks can support you in overcoming these obstacles?Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. No abstract is needed.