The MEDIA PROS Show
29. Which weak words and phrases should you avoid using in your interviews
Today we are going to discuss a problem I personally struggle with in interviews quite a bit. I expect that most experts do, even if they don't realize it.
When you do TV, radio or podcast interviews, whether they are live or recorded, you want to avoid weak words and phrases.
One of the things I do with the clients I work with one-on-one is that you and I pitch a TV or radio show host or producer or podcast host. When you get the interview, we help you craft your message and talking points and predict questions you will be asked. Then we practice your answers to hopefully eliminate any weak or filler words or phrases that make you sound unprofessional.
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