When heading into your next job interview remember that the hiring authority spoke to twenty candidates who boasted about the exact same skills. The line about being a team player will not produce an offer letter. Your job related skills are nice, but the hiring manager is looking for the one person who can save the day by clearly articulating how they utilized their core competencies and experience to achieve consistent results for their former employers.
Sit down the evening before your next interview and define how your past performance can be an asset to your new employer. It is all about being the only candidate capable of communicating their true value proposition.