Most intimidating questions
When telling about an experience, first define failure in the context of your story.
For example, failure might mean not meeting expectations/goals, not satisfying a customer, etc. Be careful not to pick a story that just makes you and your character look really bad.
When preparing for an interview, come up with answers to common challenging and intimidating questions beforehand. If you had been a child prodigy, in which area would you have highlighted? What is the one thing that you truly dislike about me? If you were a singer, what would you call your first album? If there were only one condiment in the world, what would you like it to be? How many people would you like to invite on a Friday night? A strange thing that makes you break a relationship right away? Let me start 🙂 A 40-year-old friend of mine told me about a date that she was on where the guy asked her about her favorite color. She ended it there and then because as she explained to me, at her age, she had deep experiences of life, and if the guy was only interested in stupid, superficial and shallow things like her favorite color, then they were incompatible.