“Who to interview?” “who to ask?” “How to ask?” “what to ask?”
My niece, Pooja, and my children Stephen & Christopher, and my wife Sonia go to this little coffee shop from time to time. I do not remember who all was with us a year ago, I feel certain Pooja and at least one or both of my children were there. It bugs me a little that I can not remember it clearly.
I do not like asking people at work for an interview. I feel like it is a little more pressure than you should have. And also, I’m not sure that the owner of the place would appreciate their employees taking time out to interview.
But I am glad that Aubrey was up to it.
Several things from the interview. I think it might need to be shorter, and to set the expectations at the beginning. I feel like Aubrey is really wondering when it will end. Is this the last question.
I think to address this, I should just tell people up front how the interview will go.
I’d like you to say a little bit about yourself. And then I have three questions that I will ask:
- did you know that NASA was planning to send people to the moon in 2024?
- What do you think about it?
- If it were safe and affordable would you go to space?
And we can go into each of these areas a little more if you want.
I’ve interviewed a few other people at restaurants while they were working. This is by no means a complete list:
I look forward to interviewing people in person again on a regular basis.