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Interviews are one of the many perks that come with your title in the media industry. They function as your excuse to pick a stranger’s brain and speak with them as if you’ve been friends for years.
But fostering the ideal, conversational-yet-informative interview is difficult — especially if you’re new to the process.
Often times after I say that I’m a full-time freelancer, it’s met with wide-eyes and a jaw fully agape.
“But, how do you stay motivated to work,” I’m frequently asked. “How do you keep yourself from procrastinating or just screwing off all day?”
Quite the opposite ends up happening to us freelancers, actually.