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How To Get Answer From Experts
Identify your concerns.
Determine what matters to YOU. Go with your gut and use your common sense. If no one else has raised the same issue before, your questions may mark the beginning of real progress for everyone.
Identify the best person to answer your question(s).
Students with questions about their studies usually seek answers from their teachers. People who are concerned about eliminating the discharge of toxic materials into their local water supply may need to ask questions of several people, including government, company, and environmental officials. Don’t be surprised if the “right” person to ask changes over time.
Understand the interests of the person answering your questions.
In order for an answer to be useful to you, it’s important to understand how it may be biased. The interests of the answerer are almost always different from your interests. Appreciating these differences ahead of time will allow you to tailor your efforts to be more productive.
Ask the questions that address your concerns.
When it’s time to actually ask, stay focused on your concerns and ask relevant questions. Don’t be shy or anxious; the only “dumb” questions are truly those that never get asked.
Ask more questions.
Be persistent. Listen to the answers to your questions, and ask more questions if necessary to get the information you seek. Some people or entities count on not getting asked those “follow-up” questions. Don’t give them the satisfaction!