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Tom and Craig are available for hire as guest speakers on a variety of sports-related topics
It just ain’t all warm and fuzzy
April 9th, 2015


How many post-winning speeches, or post-success memoirs pay lengthy tribute to the beauty of the success? The answer – most! Positives abound and retrospectively we talk about all the good things that were put in place to enable this success, as if we just knew that they would be the critical success factors. Forgive my cynicism but I just don’t buy it.


Beware of the ‘copy-paste’ approach
February 25th, 2015

‘Get into line’. These are the infamous words you may have heard at school where you were forced to conform. Then as you reached your adult years you thought long and hard about being “your own person” and making sure you impressed “your individuality” on the world. But what happens if that is not what is needed in your world right then and there?


Are you connecting or are you contenting?
February 5th, 2015


In conversation recently with Gary Kirsten, former Protea and Indian cricket coach, recently, one particular line stuck with me amongst his boundless pearls of wisdom. ‘Connection before content’. He learned this from his time in India where he had an initial meeting with the team and thought he had nailed it – outlining his plans and talking confidently to the team. Upon leaving the room, his trusted assistant coach whispered to him that in fact he hadn’t nailed it at all and it didn’t appear that they had got it at all. From that day he learnt that connection is way more important than content and swiftly re-looked at his methods.