At least one Indian always rocks in every Cricket tournament. And he is Harsha Bhogle, a cricket commentator, the best among all contemporary cricket commentators. Bue hello!! He is not just a commentator, he is much more.
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It was the most wonderful speech I have ever heard. It was very motivating and inspiring. It is really difficult for me to stop myself sharing his wonderful thoughts. Harsha Bhogle is a man with multiple personalities. When he is not with Cricket big shots in the commentary box, he contributes as columnist to multiple news papers. Harsha started with talked about some points on the institute IIMA , how was his life in the institute when he was a student of the institute.
In his speech he always kept on referring to his father how he was petrified of him , his son how his is not petrified of him , his wife, his lost hair and age it was just like a warm up to make the atmosphere lighter.
Then he started to speak on Excellence. In fact major part of excellence has nothing to do with talent. It is what you do with the talent matters. Mistakes are your best friends. Making mistakes is not a sin. Repeating same mistake is a big sin. Because end is always the driver of the ambition. We usually set ourselves the end or the result goals.
The End gives us the vision. It also creates the temptation to do whatever it takes to win. Make the process of achievement supreme and make the result irrelevant. And that is the wonderful journey path to excellence. And then you will find the little things in life that makes the difference between the good and great just happen.
Can you fill 2 liters in a 1 liter Pepsi bottle? This means you are not great already! The Aussies will never say that we have lost. The moment you allow yourself to go wrong, you fall into a possibility map, then you DO go wrong! Talent needs to be justified by actions. Attitude and Passion count far more than talent.
Ability talent opens the first door but it is not going to open the last door for you. Always live in present. Live by actions and not words. Luck is the fantastic fusion of talent and an opportunity spotted.
At the end this man tossed with a great saying, which realy boosts my confidence and motivated me like anything. Well these were some of his thoughts which I was able to summarize.
That is a huge feeling. Sometimes, the focus on the end removes the focus from the means - are we treading the right path? Take care of the runs - the dollars will take care of themselves. Perfect the process of performance - dont allow the pressure of the result to choke your performance.
Early life[ edit ] Harsha Bhogle is the son of Prof. Bhogle, a Professor of French, and Prof. Shalini Bhogle, a Professor of Psychology. Then, he joined an advertising agency and worked there for two years, following which he completed another two-year at a sports management company. Career[ edit ] Bhogle began his career as a cricket player for the APCA and has played small level cricket. He started commentating at the age of 19 with All India Radio , while living in Hyderabad.