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    He remarked, “You have a passion to study, but do you have a passion to be creative?”

    Part of the creativity is determining what to research in the first place, he explained.

    “Anything you want to look at is a potential research idea,” he said.

    The secret to success as a researcher is to “be like a jazz musician,” communicating freely within your group about the research, collaborating with other groups, but pursuing solo projects when the time is right.

    Be prepared that while some people will be receptive to a new idea, some will push back.

    “Believe in yourself,” Dr. Spaide advised.  “Get out and show initiative, do work, never stop learning, be open to new ideas, think for yourself, and stick out your neck.”


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