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My special guest is Greg Chappell. Greg is one of the greats of Australian cricket, captaining his country for a number of years and having a stunning test batting average of 53.86. Away from the game he made a successful transition into a coach while now his focusing on helping the homeless with the Chappell Foundation.


You will learn plenty from Greg Chappell in Episode 26 of Talking with TK.

“I realised I was using the power of my mind to a certain degree without really knowing about it and from that day onwards, I recognised I had a routine on the good days that was very different to the not so successful days and all of a sudden I became conscious on how to use my mind and how important it was and that was really the turning point in my career”

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

4:00 – The Chappell Foundation

6:00 – Living in India

7:00 – The Foundation Vision

9:20 – The origins of his cricket career

10:45 – The backyard battles

12:35 – Captaining his older brother Ian

13:30 – The World Series Cricket

14:30 – His style and idols as a boy

16:59 – Advice from Don Bradman

20:10 – Insights into his game preparation

23:30 – Visualisation

28:45 – Research, Reading and County Cricket

33:30 – Sharing visualisation with his brothers and friends

35:00 – The underarm incident

37:00 – Blessing in disguise

39:40 – His leadership style and traits he sees in good leaders

42:00 – The Baggy Green

42:30 – Thomson & Lillee

46:26 – Favourite venue in Australia & Overseas

49:38 – Posters on his bedroom wall growing up

51:15 – 5 people he would invite to a private dinner party

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