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Gen Con Events, Part 2: Panels

The Industry Insider events were added to the Gen Con event database over the weekend, so I thought I'd give a run-down of the panels I will be on as a Featured Presenter. I'm nervous about pretty much all of these for one reason or another, but I hope folks come to them and learn something from me and my fellow presenters.

Creating Periodic Content
Thursday at 3:00 PM
Presenters: Jaym Gates, Harrison Pink, Darcy Ross, Paul Stefko

Whether it's a zine, a newsletter, or a monthly Patreon release, getting into the habit of releasing regular, periodic content builds your reputation & keeps your audience coming back for more.


Don't You Dare Give Up, How To Set Reasonable Goals
Friday at 2:00 PM
Presenters: John Adamus, Liz Courts, Lyz Liddell, Paul Stefko

It can be so tempting to give up, to discard your dream. Learn how to set small, incremental goals you can meet, work through adversity & see your project through to success!


How to Teach A Game
Friday at 3:00 PM
Presenters: Jake Alley, Joseph Carriker, Paul Peterson, Paul Stefko

Sometimes, games are complicated & rules are awkwardly formal. The panel will discuss ways for teaching games, running demos, & tried & true methods. They may even share some stories too.


Making Characters Who Aren't Like You
Saturday at 12:00 PM
Presenters: Aljernon Bolden, Crystal Frasier, Kat Kuhl, Anna Meade, Paul Stefko

How do you create characters for your game who are different from you & your personal life experience? Where do you go to learn about other groups respectfully?


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