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Lessons from the Cricket Saga

“The thing that breaks my heart the most,” Bancroft said, “is that I’ve given up my spot in the team for someone else. People know how much I’ve worked to get here. It’s devastating to me. I had the opportunity to take control of my own actions and values and I didn’t.”


“The thing that breaks my heart the most,” Bancroft said, “is that I’ve given up my spot in the team for someone else. People know how much I’ve worked to get here. It’s devastating to me. I had the opportunity to take control of my own actions and values and I didn’t.”


“To see my old man … and my mum … It hurts. I just want to say sorry for the pain I’ve brought to the Australian fans and public. It’s devastating and I’m truly sorry.”



“I’m sorry,” Smith said, tears in his eyes and choking on his words. “Tonight, I want to make clear that as captain of Australia I take full responsibility. I made a serious error of judgement and I now know the consequences. It was a failure of leadership. My leadership.”


“I’ll do everything I can to make up for my mistake,” he continued. “If there is any good to come of this it’s a lesson to others that I can be a force for change. I know I will regret this for the rest of my life.”


Maybe this action is the best thing that you could have done for Australia!!! It’s a lesson that for every action – there are consequences…. and it’s not cool to “win at any cost”


What are your lessons? 

Posted on March 29, 2018

One response to “Lessons from the Cricket Saga”

  1. consensus says:

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    It’s the little changes that produce the most significant changes.
    Thanks fоr sharing!

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