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Learning from the Cricket – Impatiently Patient or Patiently Impatient?

There will be many of you that may think this is a ridiculous indulgence in semantics but it feels important to me to share what I saw.

The difference is really a degree of timing and pressure, all of which can sometimes change the result. Take the NZ verses Sth Africa in the Cricket World cup semi-final. The NZ batsman Grant Elliott showed great nerve batting for several hours and right at the end needed 5 runs from two remaining balls. Unbelievably he hit a 6 off the first of those two balls to win the game! possibly – “Impatiently Patient”

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