Tips. Talk about their life instead of your idea. Repeat back to them what they say either to have them correct you or give you a second answer. Find the why behind the what. Ask them upfront be brutally honest. Walking out of every interview with two or three new interviews. ---. Concise intro on the purpose of the conversation. Thank you. Would love to learn a bit about you, what you do, when you need to remember things. Basic questions about the person. What do you do? (opt) How did you find Twos? What tools have you tried in the past? ---. When do you need to remember things? What do you use to remember things? Why do you choose those options? What are the biggest challenges you face with remembering things? Can you tell me about the last time that happened? Why was that hard? What, if anything, have you done to solve that problem? ---. If you could wave a magic wand and solve any problem, what would you want to solve? ---. Do you pay for any note taking tools? When, why, and where do you buy? How much money would it save you? ---. Is there anything else I should have asked? Is there anyone else you think I should talk to?