Working Carlisle Interviews

On April 9, 1999, Kyle Beeton interviewed Joe Thomas, a livestock buyer.  Reading the interview, I noticed that Mr. Beeton seemed to have an ides of the types of questions he was going to ask Mr. Thomas, just by the way he worded them.  But what I did notice was that if there was a topic or question that Mr. Thomas touched on that could give more information, Mr. Beeton deviated from him list of questions and asked more follow-up ones.  This tactic is something that could make an average or lackluster interview better.


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