My special guest is Clyde Rathbone. Clyde is a former Rugby Union player for the ACT Brumbies and represented the Wallabies 26 times. Post retirement Clyde is the co-founder of Karma.Wiki.

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You will learn plenty from Clyde Rathbone in episode 47 of the Talking with TK Podcast.

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3:21 – Welcome Clyde Rathbone

4:00 – Post career with Karma Wiki

7:49 – Values

10:54 – Growth & the Roller Coaster

14:34 – Social Media & Intention

17:07 – Transition from Sport

22:20 – Captaining the South African under 21 World Cup Team

24:44 – Coming to Australia

26:05 – Canberra

28:00 – ACT Brumbies

30:00 – Becoming part of the team

31:51 – Forming bonds and creating culture

33:39 – Importance of Communication from Sports to Business

39:00 – Test Debut

43:30 – The Australian and South African National Anthem

47:22 – Struggles for teams in South Africa

52:53 – Leadership

55:27 – The Glue in the team

1:01:45 – Depression and the turning point

1:04:49 – The comeback

1:07:34 – Favourite book or resource

1:10:40 – Posters on his bedroom wall growing up

1:11:55 – 5 people he would invite to a private dinner party

TIME STAMPS

“The strangest moment was when the Australian team landed in Durban and we got on a bus and drove down the South Coast where we were doing the preparation for the test and we drove past my high school. I remember sitting on the bus and thinking if someone could go back in time and grab me while I was running around in those fields and say one day you will be driving past on a bus with the Australian team it would have been like saying you’re going to land on Mars, it would have been that absurd”

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