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06 June 2014

Have You Discussed It With Someone Else?

Researching in a vacuum limits your potential to solve your problems. On my recent group trip to the Family History Library in Salt Lake, attendees discussed problems with me and with each other. When was the last time you got a fresh perspective on your problem or attempted to clearly explain to someone else what you'd searched and where you wanted to go next?

Both are great ways to get beyond those stumbling blocks.

1 comment:

  1. What a great tip! Genealogists do tend to live in a vacuum with our own family history.