“If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail” – Maslow
Each passing loss of the Indian cricket team, the administrators are making the same mistake over and over again. Someday the BCCI will realise the power of people which has hitherto worked for them,to make the richest sporting body after perhaps FIFA, can also be the reason for their downfall. The loss will not only bring a roaring business to its knees, but also mess with the morals of an entire generation of cricket lovers.
If not – then we continue to inherit one losing team after the other.
So how do you stop this inheritance of loss ?
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When was the last time you saw a neutral international coverage of India in the eyes of the world media? It always seems to me that even though we do a good job it is always followed with a ” but” – or a back handed compliment.
the recent commonwealth games opening ceremony is one such example.
This is an appeal to the world media to showcase both sides of the story.
Read about it here.
While we go berserk pulling down every angle and aspect of CWG..somewhere we need to start looking inside and see is it just the administrators who have messed up the whole thing or is it largely due to the fact, the way we ,as regular people, lead our lives.?
Are we ready to look beyond our internal problems to start focusing externally?
Is there a connection ? Find out here.
It is very sad that these kind of incidents happen.It is absolutely disgusting to know what you thought to be a sport fought by brave men for riding high on national pride it but merely a farce. It is sad this incident happened – even if at a later stage all of this is hushed up or “amicably” resolved.
Read about the impact of coming under the wrong kind of spotlight.