Monthly Archives: December 2013

Aussie opener Chris Rogers ready to conquer fear and make the most of second chance

Regretful thoughts have plagued Chris Rogers over the years, but the recalled batsman is now ready to leave the past behind and embrace the fear he holds for the coming Ashes series. Understandably burnt by the fact he’s reached 35 … Continue reading

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Only Great Leadership can heal the humiliation of England’s first Test Match defeat against Australia

Here are my initial questions following my observations of day one of the 2nd Test Match in Adelaide. 1. Did we witness an emotional ‘hangover’ from the Brisbane Test Match? That is, did the England team look subdued or flat? … Continue reading

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Warning over effect of sledging in cricket. The British Psychological Society

There is always intense rivalry when the England and Australia cricket teams play each other in the Ashes, but one expert has warned that this could be bubbling over into something far more serious and damaging. Steven Sylvester, a Chartered … Continue reading

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What happens when your greatest dream becomes your greatest fear?

Work-related stress caused workers in Great Britain to lose 10.4 million working days in 2011/12 based on the UK Health and Safety Executive Labour Force Survey data. Furthermore, The total number of cases of stress in 2011/12 was 428 000 … Continue reading

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