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In fact, my son mentioned one of the spelling rules to their Reading Specialist. She asked me about it, so I explained some of the spelling rules to the school officials, and they were really impressed—so much so that the reading specialist wants to take a look at your system. They actually thought I had an education background after talking with me, but no, I am an accountant at heart—a far cry from a teacher.
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Most of my interviews are with people in technology industries that are trying to accomplish something. Any attempts in technology are always fraught with unseen difficulties and wonderful surprises. Two great questions that I ask, that require reflection are “What were some of the unexpected hurdles” and “What were some of the unexpected benefits?”
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Great post, David. I loved Terry Gross's recently interview with David Carr who said he liked to warn people when an interview was going to be difficult. “Bring your nut cup” he claims to have told interviewees. What do you think about this tactic for bringing out more energy/passion from someone in a video interview… asking a question in a way that sounds skeptical, like “but why does THAT matter?” I got that tip from a filmmaker friend and wonder if it's effective or could backfire.