Lisa's 6 Rules of Research

1. Do your homework before you involve other people, especially professionals or experts. Don’t use any minutes of the one hour you have with the Chief of Neurology at Brigham & Women’s Hospital asking questions that you could find easy answers to online or in a basic text book. Put another way, ask the questions you can’t get answers to online or in the text books. 2. Don’t be afraid to ask. You’re thinking, “I’d really like to ask that super famous world thought leader on linguistics some questions.” And then you immediately talk yourself out of it. “But he’ll never have time to talk to the likes of me.” Ask. Give the possibility a chance. I find that most people say YES. But you have to g

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