One Trainer’s Journey to Learn How to Use Research, Everyone Else’s Guide

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“We must drive down the roads in our minds to discover our new position on a given topic. We must be critical of what we’ve read today and all the data and bias we brought into the experience. Most importantly, we must ask ourselves if this research is valid for our purposes, right here, right now”.

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