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A New About Page

graduating wolfSpring’s Educational Experience

This month I’ve received four emails and two Facebook contact messages about my thoughts on the programs at the University of Sedona and the University of Metaphysics. I’m excited there’s an increase in interest this month. Perhaps because of the continual negative or bad news we’ve seen here in July, people are looking for spiritual answers and inspiration. At least I hope so.

Anyway, I thought it might be helpful for those searching for information to merely add a page here on my blog so they can find it in their research. And hopefully it answers the questions more easily.

So I’ve added a new page in the about section “Spring’s Educational Experience” that addresses the common questions I’ve been asked over the years, and especially this month.

I hope it helps those looking into enrollment. If you’re looking into these Universities and you do enroll, I wish you all the success and achievement you set for yourself. And I hope the program you choose meets all your personal goals.

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Writing Your Thesis Or Dissertation

How To Get Started And Organize

Writing Your Thesis or Dissertation

Academic Rewards

As a student of higher education, I’m often asked for help in writing a Master’s Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation. At the end of March I will be discussing this very topic with students of the University of Metaphysics and the University of Sedona. Being a blogger, getting my thoughts down on paper tends to lead to writing an article here on Reflections. So let me share what I’ve learned and what I tell my students who are facing these projects. 

Get Your Requirements:
One of the hardest things about starting a writing project is getting motivated when you don’t know where to start. Sometimes the best thing to do is simply put the steps into motion and get ready. Each University system has its own requirements for the format of your thesis or dissertation. Most provide a template or written instructions. So step one, find out what’s required for your institution.

With your instructions in hand, conduct a search online for completed and approved essays from others in your University system. Seeing how someone else “did it” can be a great example for what you need to do. Now I’m not saying plagiarize their work! All you’re doing is looking for how they formatted their essay and what they put in each required section as an example for what you will need to cover. Continue reading