I've not noticed previously a report quite this concise: I must pass it along; even though many of you may have seen it already. [Thanks to Randy Seaver for bringing it to my attention… again!]
Susan Farrell Bankhead, Certified Genealogist, writes in her blog, 'Susan's Genealogy Blog,' the article, "Come On Along: Research the Right Way."
This process is very good for beginners as well as experienced researchers. To the extent we do not follow the entire process, we are likely going to come up short on results. Even though we are not all professional researchers (most of us are not, actually!), we should each aspire to learn this process and follow it. I would urge each of us to especially do more in the 'My preparation:' area. Better preparation leads to better results, as well.
What do you think? How closely do you follow this preparation process? Do you agree we each should?
Families are Forever! ;-)