Voice losing moments.
Allow me to share my five scary things that did happen when I was a first-time panelist. It might not be an actual “naked in front of a the class” level of drama, but these things were still the wooorrrsst things to happen my first year. Continue reading “5 Scary Things about Being a First Time Panelist”
There will come a day when you don’t want to panel anymore. And that’s okay.
I can name at least a handful of panels I use to do for about 3 years, before running out of fumes. Here’s what I do when I feel the burnout coming.
Continue reading “Panel Burnout”
We all have them at some point during our Convention Crawling.
Someone didn’t spend enough time putting together their panel for the big day or parts of an otherwise, would-be-great panel fell through the night of.
But! You should know that recovering from such a blunder is not too late!
Think of it as a redemption for extremely, poor planning on your part. Continue reading “It Was Bad: How to Recover From a Bad Panel Presentation”
Welcome to part 2 of Panelist 101.If you read through Part 1 here, then you’ve already narrowed down what your panel will become content wise. Now, let’s start to make it uniquely, you. Continue reading “Panelist 101 Series: Part 2”