5 Mar, 2022#197 Shane Warne RIP – Making Of A Legacy
I’m very sad to say that one of my heroes died on March 4th.
Shane Warne was an absolute legend in the game of cricket and probably one of the greatest athletes to have ever lived.
In the podcast, I share the impact that he had on me and the many life lessons that I think we can all apply to our lives today.
There is a song by 10cc called Dreadlock Holiday and it has a very famous line it;
“I don’t like Cricket.. I love it.”
It might seem like a very strange sport to outsiders, but it’s a team game and that’s how I see life.
It’s a team game and we are all being challenged to succeed in the athletic arena of life.
I’m sad that Shane is no longer with us, but I hope his story and legacy inspire you.
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