1. Always do plenty of research, and come to any interview prepared.
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2. Never disrespect the person you’re interviewing. They took the time to be there, and you should appreciate that.
6. Try to find something to relate with your guest about. This will help break the ice and lead to a more natural interview.
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9. Avoid making quick judgements or criticisms during the interview.
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10. Keep your guest engaged, and make them feel included. Remember, you’re interviewing them, not the other way around.
11. Know when to abort. If an interview is not going well, it’s OK to cut it off early.
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