The advice here is simple: get to know the people on the panel before you go in.
If they’ve had similar experiences, they might be able to help you out, too.
For example, if you’re looking to quit smoking, get to understand the difference between the types of nicotine and how to quit properly.
You can also ask them for tips or tricks, as well as get them to share with you some of their favorite places to buy nicotine.
This can be a good way to find out what products they recommend and how they think about products and products in general.
If you have a product that you’d like to try, you can share that with them.
But don’t forget that you can also share it with others by using this Google Group, too, or with a referral link from one of our partners, such as Amazon.
There’s a good chance you’ll find others who share similar goals and experiences with you.
It’s good to be aware of how others might respond to your message, and be able be proactive in helping them succeed.
For instance, if the panelist has recently quit, or just recently started to smoke, it’s worth having them share what they’ve been doing to get off of cigarettes.
If the panel is a newcomer to the field, it might be a great idea to invite the panelists and other panelists to participate in your next webinar or webinar series, too — to get to the heart of what you’re trying to accomplish.