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You must do anything you can to find out how you look and sound to your audience. NOT how people around you say you look and sound. Here is an example as shown in The Crown on Netflix.


Watching the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this weekend, made me appreciate The Crown even more.

I feel like I know the players.

I know the back stories better now of the women and men who were banned from marrying their loves – because they were divorced.

Have you seen any of the series? It’s on Netflix and follows Queen Elizabeth’s rise and rule.

In season 2, episode 5, Queen Elizabeth is criticized by a lord who’s the editor of a newspaper. He points out that her recent speech was tone-deaf.

Continue Reading Lessons from The Crown: When You Shouldn’t Listen to People Around You