Crush the Interview

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In your interaction with the media, you will meet one or more of the following interviewers:

  • “Highly Adept Interviewer” (Your dream come true)
     
  • “Generalist Interviewer”
  • “Unprepared Interviewer”
  • “Clueless Interviewer”
  • “Over Prepared” and “Long Question Interviewer”
  • “Showoff Interviewer”
  • “Interrupter Interviewer”
  • “Musicologist Interviewer”
  • “Trivialist Interviewer”
  • “Off Point Interviewer”
  • “Yes Interviewer”
  • “Doesn’t Ask Questions Interviewer”
  • “Rookie Interviewer”
  • “Fawner Interviewer”
  • “Answer for You” Interviewer”

Regrettably, I have been many of those characters listed above, and I will show you how to prepare for each to ensure you can comfortably and confidently make a strong, memorable impression.

I will also help you avoid the big mistake interviewees make at the beginning of nearly every interview.

When you gain insight into the interviewer: who they are, what they really do, and the best way you can help them…you’ll be in a powerful position to also help yourself.

And finally – wouldn’t it be wonderful if you did not need to become a shameless self-promoter? Thankfully, that won’t be necessary any more.

P.S. What not to do with the first question you are asked in an interview.