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To be clear, I never recommend lying in an interview. The risk of a lie backfiring is high and, of course, it’s just plain wrong. Yet, many very bad interviews come down to the use of extreme honesty, or what I call “open kimono” syndrome. Here is the Urban Dictionary’s definition of open kimono: “To reveal what is being planned or to share important information.”

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