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Alex and Nick catch up with their first mentee Paul Chang, recently staffed on a Disney animated series, to hear about what he’s been up to and get his perspective on being a new staff writer in television.
How do you prepare yourself for staffing opportunities? How do gauge which representation is right for you? Why is it important to celebrate all the wins? How do you deal with imposter’s syndrome? How do you stay present and useful in the writers’ room?
Paul Chang on Twitter
Paper Team Mentorship I – “Mid-Death Crisis” Overview (PT128)
Paper Team Mentorship I – Paul’s Update
Paper Team Mentorship II – “Mid-Death Crisis” Beat Sheet (PT134)
Paper Team Mentorship II – Paul’s Update
Paper Team Mentorship III – “Mid-Death Crisis” Outline (PT138)
Feedback and Notes: Building Your Reading Onion (PT08)
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