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Former England Cricketer Jeremy Snape has spent the past ten years researching 'The Winning Mindset' of some of the world’s most successful performers. His journey has taken him around the world, interviewing elite sports stars and coaches, as well as neuroscientists and leaders from the performing arts, business and the military. In this podcast series, Jeremy takes you Inside the Mind of Champions, sharing their exclusive micro lessons to accelerate success in your life and career.
 
One dark and stormy night, a stranger arrives in West Sussex at a village inn. He is heavily clad in an overcoat and his face is wrapped in bandages. He takes a room at the inn, but refuses to socialize with anyone. He stays cooped up in his room all day and night, working with strange chemicals and apparatus. Suddenly, strange events begin to happen in the village. Mysterious burglaries and fires break out, culminating in a destructive rampage across the peaceful countryside. The stranger i ...
 
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Australia lose at The Gabba for the first time since 1988. This calls for an immediate culture review. This is the Asian Century and we are now all just playing for best of the rest. We need answers. We need hope. We need runs and safety. Sam Curran is on the show to tell us about Randy Caddick doing a DJ set in Galle and Tim Southee lets us know t…
 
Michael Vaughan is today's guest on Lessons Learnt with the Greats, a former England captain, No.1 Test batter in the world and one of the sharpest cricket minds in the game. Vaughany was a master technician with the bat, carving up Australia in the 2002-03 Ashes series and a few years later was the inspirational leader of England's epic 2005 Ashes…
 
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann reflect on England's victory in Galle and an in-depth interview with Sir Andrew Strauss on the Ashes, captaincy and the World Cup See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to season four (!) of No Balls. The girls are back and pleased to be able to join you in your lockdowns. This feels familiar..? New year, same chaos. A 999 call, princess's in the dressing room, mother's day discussions and a little bit of cricket chat. Please all stay safe and enjoy the latest season!…
 
Our first guest of 2021 is one of my old teammates and one of the most skilled fast bowlers I have ever played with, Ryan Harris. Ryno came into international cricket late in his career but boy, he didn't waste any time making an impact and helped Australia win the 2013-14 Ashes and the following series in South Africa. Since his retirement in 2015…
 
Today’s episode dives into one of the highest profile coaches in sport, Eddie Jones. Eddie qualified as a teacher in his native Australia before following his passion for coaching rugby and has coached the International teams of Australia, South Africa and Japan. In 2015 he became the head coach of England Rugby and inspired them to a record winnin…
 
We get into it. Thanks as ever to Budgy Smuggler for their ongoing support. Use the code 'CHAMP' for free shipping at budgysmuggler.com All of our interviews this summer are brought to you by Ponting Wines. Use the code 'GETAFEW' for 10% off the price of a case at pontingwines.com Check out our Patreon for more exclusive content every single week a…
 
On this episode of Lessons Learnt with the Greats you will hear from six greats – Stephen Fleming, Mike Hussey, Simon Katich, Harbhajan Singh, Dean Jones and Brett Lee – about the mantras they live by and the life lessons they have learnt. One thing I have learnt over the years is that life isn't a fairytale. There are tough times, down times, time…
 
With The Australian-Indian series levelled at 1-1, both teams get into some psychological war mongering. 5 Indians just want to go for a succulent Chinese meal in Melbourne, but did Rishant Pant get a hug afterwards? Has David Warner earned the right to just play SCG home tests now, as his groin comes under more scrutiny than a thirsty DM slide. Wh…
 
Today is a special episode of Lessons Learnt with the Greats, focusing on the mental side of the game. I've been lucky enough to speak to some of the games greatest players about how they developed their mental skills and what their ultimate mindset looked like. Today we hear from five legends – Shane Warne, Allan Border, Kevin Pietersen, Mike Huss…
 
Our first guest is Keith Slater of Midland, Western Australia who played his one Ashes Test at the SCG in 1959. We'll also hear about the two Englishmen who played their only Ashes Test match at the Oval in 1948 - Eric Hollies and Allan Watkins - and their pivotal roles in Sir Donald Bradman's final Ashes innings.…
 
India bounce back from Adelaide thanks to a hundred from ‘Jinks’ Rahane and the man with a more rubbery arm than a 4th grader being tempted by a Friday night circuit, Jasprit Bumrah. The nation is in panic as Smith is officially out of form and Joe Burns has probably lost his job, but how many times can a man get out in the space of 10 balls? Net f…
 
As Dean Jones is remembered at the MCG today, on Deano’s favourite day of the year, Boxing Day, I give my little tribute to my hero and good friend. I miss him so much but his legacy and impact that he had on so many people around the world will live on forever. Rest In Peace mate. Episode notes 03:10 - My favourite memories of Deano 04:45 - Deano'…
 
Australia systematically dismantle the Indian cricket team with a humiliation that most of us have already pretty much forgotten about, but will long live in the memory of our Indian friends. We do what we always do after another historic success: we pick apart the flaws and weaknesses of an Australian team that just bowled Kohli, Pujara et al out …
 
And just like that, it's the season finale! Dyslexia, club stalwarts and festive cheer.. Hartley & Crossy go down their usual rabbit holes whilst answering your questions and even, somehow, end up talking about the Queen and her knicker drawer! Thank you for all your support during this season. The girls wish you a very Merry Christmas with your fa…
 
This week on Lessons Learnt with the Greats I am lucky enough to chat to another one of my fierce Ashes rivals, Ian Bell. Belly was one of the finest and classiest batsmen I played against, particularly during the 2013 Ashes series in England where we could not get him out!. In our chat we discuss the importance of preparation, finding the right mi…
 
Summer truly begins this week with the Adelaide Test commencing on Thursday, which also means we’re close to smoke, floods, bushfires and runs that make us feel safe and good. We’re talking about three different blokes with concussion, injuries, batting orders, granddad losing his shit at Australia A and are India actually good? Ian Chappell, a man…
 
It’s been a tiring and challenging year to say the least, but the pressures throughout 2020 have allowed many of us to pivot. In this episode, I explore the psychological lessons that have helped us to overcome periods of adversity and make big decisions for our work or personal lives. As I search through the Sporting Edge Members Library, I uncove…
 
Even without a guest planned, the girl's manage to stumble across an addition to this week's episode of No Balls. Hartley & Crossy welcome ex-professional footballer, David Cross, who also happens to be Crossy's dad. A convenient coincidence! The trio tackle David's career, influencing his children, barge business and inflation rates. Apologies for…
 
Today's guest on Lessons Learnt with the Greats is a rock-solid wcketkeeper, dashing batsman and a wonderful teammate who shared a very similar ride to my own, Brad Haddin. Hadds worked as hard as anyone to become one of Australia's greatest glovemen and played a huge role in the 2013-14 Ashes whitewash and 2015 World Cup triumph. His thoughts on h…
 
Australia claim the ODI series and we get a first, enormous look at the biggest of big boys Cameron Green, before Pandya changes his bat and India take the T20 series in Canberra and Sydney. We’re talking concussion laws, blow ups, Captain Wade, Australia A, Dawid Malan, England’s COVID tour of South Africa, Kane Williamson’s 251 on a fake news gre…
 
Season 3 is flying by and it's a pleasure to welcome day one listener, Kirstie Gordon, to No Balls: TCP. The girl's discuss Kirstie's transition from Scottish International to being part of England's World Cup squad, as well as who she would like to be stuck under the mistletoe with this Christmas. Don't miss it! Make sure to keep an eye on your em…
 
During his five-year Test career, nobody took more wickets than this week's guest on Lessons Learnt with the Greats, former England spinner Graeme Swann. Swanny was a master of his craft, spinning his country to memorable wins in Australia and India and playing a huge part in England becoming the No.1 Test team in the world. What really impressed m…
 
Each week on Patreon on #AskTGC Fridays we delve into the absurd, the dark, the definitely illegal and the outlandish. It highlights the rawness and the darkness we all feel while playing this games that, as Pez once described it, "couldn't be invented by aliens." $5 or $10 a month, you can support The Grade Cricketer in everything we do at patreon…
 
This year more than ever we have to keep talking, and for many men this can be challenging. On 19th November it was International Men’s Day, so I want to dedicate this episode to the mental wellbeing of men. In 2017 alone there were 6,000 suicides in the UK – 75% were men. And having experienced two male suicides in our close family, I feel passion…
 
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