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Nasreen answered on May 17 2022
This Preparing for an interview involves time, attention, and work. First and foremost I had to establish an atmosphere that facilitates the interviewee to express their truth while also supporting your goal of having a clear, organized, and productive interview. Identifying my interview informant, choosing a time and place, completing background research, devising and improvising on the list of questions, creating informed agreement paperwork, and arranging for a recorder are the six important elements in planning were very challenging for me.
My informant who has agreed to meet for a formal interview, I had to double-check the time, date, and place. The setting of the interview might influence the tone; for example, being interviewed in a law office will likely evoke very different responses than that being questioned at their employment, in a park, rather than at the informant's home. I made sure that interviewee is at ease, but also that there isn't a lot of noise that could interfere with the recording. I planned to initiate the conversation in English or a language that the interviewee understand.
Now let me introduce my interviewee
Elizabeth Cooper appears to be a capable Financial Analyst with over 18 years of expertise in the financial markets. Elizabeth is always concerned about the long-term health of mega dollars financial investments.
She believes herself an "asset allocation whisperer" because she is so good at what she does. Elizabeth has the capacity to change poor investments into healthy and growing ones. Elizabeth’s abilities enable her to provide high-level clientele with effective and long-lasting results.
She works with major corporations, non-profits, and hospitals. She works well with senior executives and can give multinational companies with consultations.
She is skilled at influencing and persuading high-ranking people in addition to her profession as an Analyst. People love and trust her and appreciate her thoughts.
1) What is your name, where were you born, when were you born?
My name is Elizabeth Cooper, I was born in Rochester, New York
2) What is your earliest memory? What sound was your earliest memory of sound?
My earliest memory of sound of piano which my grandmother played every morning. They loved the ragtime music.
3) What kind of music did your parents listen to? Did they listen to music in the house? Did they dance? Did the neighbors dance/listen to music? Did anyone you know play a musical instrument?
Like I said my grandma and my dad played piano. They were very fond of Ragtime was a type of dancing centered on the piano, with syncopated rhythms and chromaticism’s; Scott Joplin was the genre's best known musician and writer.
4) What was your first job? Where was it? Did you like it? Did you like the people you worked with? Can you talk about them?
I started as a wealth planning Analyst in HNW wealth and Asset Management, Finance...