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What About the Prep Work?

If you’ve ever seen Sir Anthony Hopkins deliver a thoroughly engaging monologue in a movie, you would think that he is a natural.

And you’d be forgiven for thinking that.

The truth is though, that a lot of work goes into it behind the scenes. The legendary actor has stated that he reads a script about 200 times before performing. In his own words, this is because it gives him a “tremendous sense of ease and the power of confidence”.

How much preparation are you putting into your work? Trust me, it will show.