Whether you’re new to the job market or a pro looking for a new opportunity, a job interview can be intimidating.

We all want to make a good impression and meet the potential employer’s expectations during that interview. And the last thing we want is to say or do something that ruins our chances of getting the job.

I, along with other members of the Forbes Coaches Council Expert Panel, were asked for our top tips to help you avoid slip-ups in your next job interview. Don’t invite the interviewer to look for reasons NOT to hire you by making any of these mistakes.

From how to talk about your skills and experience, your past work, your weaknesses and more, here are 14 things you should never say in a job interview.

Read the full article on Forbes.com

And if you do get the job, here are 13 questions to ask before accepting.