Ten Habits of Extremely Effective Genealogists
The difference between searching and finding are the in the habits a skillful genealogist uses to organize and develop a focused and successful research startegy. Lern the ten habits of extremely effective genealogists.
Barry J. Ewell
Barry J. Ewell is the founder of MyGenShare.com, a comprehensive digital library for the genealogist, providing a dynamic collection of companion resources used to advance learning, sharing, and discovering family history.
He is the author of bestselling book: Family Treasures: 15 Lessons, Tips, and Tricks for Discovering Your Family History.
His professional career has been in advertising and public relations strategy for technology companies such as IBM and 3M.
Since being introduced to family history in 1998, he has researched his family roots in the United States, United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Germany, and Russia. His focus has been to preserve the record of his family by doing oral and written histories, artifact preservation, and genealogy research.
Barry is an advocate of “Sharing Information to Join Generations.” He is a writer, presenter, researcher, and mentor of genealogists. Barry has authored articles, eBooks, videos, and podcasts about his experience in Internet and field family history research, plus digital and software resources. He has presented and shared his knowledge and experience at local, regional, and national conferences.
Barry and his bride, Colette, are the parents of six children.