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Former England Cricketer Jeremy Snape has spent the past ten years researching 'The Winning Mindset' of some of the world’s most successful performers. His journey has taken him around the world, interviewing elite sports stars and coaches, as well as neuroscientists and leaders from the performing arts, business and the military. In this podcast series, Jeremy takes you Inside the Mind of Champions, sharing their exclusive micro lessons to accelerate success in your life and career.
 
In cricket or life you never want to get beaten. But the game can bite you, and you can get BITTEN. BITTEN by the game OR SMITTEN by its characters, whatever one may choose to call happened to me in my teens. As a kid in a Bengali household I was often the victim of mum’s pathological hatred for the game. ‘Baba porte Bosho’ (get on with your books), she would say, when a generation was being charmed by a man called Sachin Tendulkar, the guile of Shane Warne, Anil Kumble’s grit or Laxman/Drav ...
 
I wanted to be a hundred things in life --cricketer, politician, navy commander, doctor, engineer, and lawyer -- you name it, and it would catch my fancy. I became an Electrical Engineer, but it was hardly an end of the dreamer in me. I moved on to writing, started a blog, and published short stories. However, last night it dawned upon me that I talk so little. And so little in English. Now I am taking the next leap in my life, starting a Podcast. I will recite stories, poems, sometimes I wi ...
 
One dark and stormy night, a stranger arrives in West Sussex at a village inn. He is heavily clad in an overcoat and his face is wrapped in bandages. He takes a room at the inn, but refuses to socialize with anyone. He stays cooped up in his room all day and night, working with strange chemicals and apparatus. Suddenly, strange events begin to happen in the village. Mysterious burglaries and fires break out, culminating in a destructive rampage across the peaceful countryside. The stranger i ...
 
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What a day's cricket we had on Tuesday. Two last over finishes, plus a trouncing in Cardiff and an out-ground victory up at York. Joining Sam today is regular co-host Kevin Hand and Richard Clarke (AKA the Grumbler). We also hear from Sussex starlet Oli Carter - what an exciting young talent he is! If you do one thing, please do subscribe to the Ri…
 
England and India square off in the square up series, but who will be England’s Axar Patel? We farewell Cracker Hohns by exploring the best ways to drop blokes. There’s some tedious media gear about the Ashes - it will get sorted out at Lee’s Fortuna Court. Nic Maddinson joins us in studio for discuss both Manscaped and cricket’s mental side, and h…
 
As the 2021 British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa builds to a tense finale, I reflect on some key insights from a conversation I had with Sir Ian McGeechan, the former Scotland and Lions player and coach. The Lions are a great metaphor for any organisation where former rivals now need to work together in a cohesive team. Their values, leadersh…
 
No action on Monday, but Sunday saw Lancashire's Luke Wells make a List A best as his team headed to the top of the table. Having made the move from Sussex over the winter, it's fair to say it has turned out ok! Join Luke in conversation with Sam for today's mini show.Av County Cricket Matters
 
Ohhhhh it was a throwback to the old Sunday League days. 7 games, a little bit of rain but all completed one way or t'other. The RLC is really hotting up now, Lancashire and Somerset finding themselves at the summit of their respective groups. Joining Sam to round up all of the action was regular co-host Ella Chandler, plus a pair of debutants: Gue…
 
Well we were supposed to have 5 matches to talk about. Alas the weather had its own way. But that never stops us. Sam Dalling and Kevin Hand were delighted to be joined by Durham's latest signing Paul van Meekeren to talk about his side's chances in the RLC, his journey in English cricket and much more.…
 
Three superb games. What a tournament this is. Maiden List A hundreds for Rishi Patel, Matthew Lamb and Jack Haynes. Brett D'Oliveria also reached three figures, while Graham Clark did too. For the second time in a week. And his side lost. Joining Sam Dalling was a delighted Ed Seabourne from Scarborough and BBC Essex's cricketing guru Victoria Pol…
 
The rain came. And in Scarborough and at Beckenham the rain stayed. Fortunately at Taunton it kept away and there was as close a finish as you can get. Joining Sam to reflect on the action is The Cricketer's Nick Friend and, making his debut, Somerset media man Ben RedwoodAv County Cricket Matters
 
Another day, another wonderful set of games in the RLC. Joining Sam today are the voice of Surrey Mark Church, Hampshire women star Ella Chandler, The County Cricket Podcast's Aaron Viles. Listen out for an interview with Somerset's new RLC skipper Ben Green during the pod as well.Av County Cricket Matters
 
No games yesterday folks but that doesn't mean a day off for the Royal London Review team. Yes, on this special episode Sam sits down with a couple of key components to the RLC. First up is Yorkshire starlet Harry Duke who made 125 on Monday, in turn becoming the White Rose county's youngest List A centurion since a certain Sachin Tendulkar back in…
 
It appears The Hundred might still be cricket, the Aussies do more R&D, England announces its Test squad but is it R&D? Deepak Chahar clinches the series for India despite his height, Kohli nets live on YouTube, France win cricket silver in 1900, former England Test opener Nick Compton joins us from West London, and #AskTGC traverses negging, broth…
 
After an action packed Sunday the Royal London Review team were up bright and early (well, Sam dragged them out of bed) to look back on yesterdays' 7 games. Joining Sam was The Cricketer's Nick Friend - reporting back from his trip to Chelmsford - the voice of Gloucestershire CCC Ed Seabourne - who spent his birthday at Bristol - and Hampshire star…
 
Just the one game to review, but what a contest it was up at Sedbergh. 11 List A debuts as Sussex headed to Lancashire - nine of them for the visitors. A last over finish, the hosts getting over the line...just. Joining Annie and I was none other than Paul Edwards. Well worth a listen, even if we do say so ourselves. Paul will be following Lancashi…
 
The Royal London Cup is underway. 785 days have passed since Somerset defeated Hampshire at Lord's in May 2019 but finally it has returned. And what a start. 5 cracking games. Records broken. Sunshine. Ice-cream. 37 List A debuts. What's not to like? Sam is joined by The Cricketer's Nick Friend and the BBC's voice of Middlesex Kevin Hand to review …
 
County Cricket Natters is delighted to partner with award-winning cricket print and digital publication The Cricketer to bring you the Royal London Review. See, we told you it was exciting. Annie and Dan are taking a well-earned rest (although you might hear them at some point) but Sam will be pouring over every game, alongside exciting guest co-ho…
 
There’s no doubt that sport brings people together. But after the Euro 2020 final, it was disheartening to see the online racist abuse by some individuals after England lost in the penalty shoot out. After the game, I reflected on how the England team handled this backlash and how their leadership and culture is a great metaphor for how we can lead…
 
The Hundred starts this week and the ECB have bet the house on it. Is it a moral and financial catastrophe or does Jos Buttler hit a big ball? Thankfully, The Guardian’s Ali Martin joins to give the discussion some credibility. Meanwhile, everyone’s playing white ball stuff with their two’s and three’s: England and India will win the club champions…
 
Phase 1 complete. Group stages done and dusted. It feels like only yesterday, Annie, Dan and I were keeping poor Jamie Porter waiting while we worked out how to get our recording software working and kept stumbling over our intros. Only marginally more proficient, and now the County Championship is going for a little sleep. Join the three of us as …
 
Australia succumb to the West Indies, further confirming that we mainly lose now; we catch up with Andrew McDonald in the West Indies and ask if they can start winning, please; Meanwhile England's 2s and 3s dust Pakistan; India is set to dust Sri Lanka; but will any dusting be possible with COVID ripping through the UK? Can you put COVID in grade t…
 
The County Championship is back and so are Annie, Dan and Sam. Warwickshire in focus this week and my what guest: Gladstone Small and Paul Smith. A double helping of cricketing joy, hence the slightly longer episode! As ever please do rate and spread the love.
 
The legend that is Ian Chappell joins us to talk about his finest Ashes' moments and his wider cricketing career. The captaincy, the hundreds, the battles with the board. World Series Cricket and the Lancashire League. All this and much, much more. It's an episode not be missed.Av Graham Barrett
 
With our eyes glued to Wimbledon this year, I explore some of the rare insights and coaching philosophies from one of tennis’ most successful players – Boris Becker. As the German former world No. 1 professional tennis player, he was successful from the start of his career, winning the first of his six major singles titles at age 17. His Grand Slam…
 
England smash Sri Lanka, the T20 World Cup is on the move, will Australians be dropped for choosing club over country? Steve Harmison on Boon, Gary Pratt, Nasser Hussain and taking a hat-trick against India. #AskTGC involving a Kiwi coming to terms with their dominance. Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.pa…
 
A special, one-hour interview with Michael Holding about his new book, “Why We Kneel, How We Rise”. It was pretty special to have the opportunity to speak with Mikey (and we will call him that), so much so that we’ve decided to give this week’s cast over to the interview. We hope you find the chat as meaningful as we did. Check out our Patreon for …
 
The Kiwis win the WTC Final against India in a great game of cricket, but are they good yet? Lara, Gayle and Yuvraj are playing some club cricket in Melbourne. Why? Maharaj takes a Hat-Trick in the West Indies. India and England women play out a draw in Bristol. The Men's Ashes might involves 4 months away from home for England. Check out our Patre…
 
We hear the word ‘Purpose’ a lot, and its intangible nature makes it tricky to apply in a practical way throughout an organisation. Today I explore what you can do to identify your ‘why’ – and stay true to it for the long-term. Learn how to translate purpose into real-life stories, from the likes of best selling author James Kerr and Professor of O…
 
The County Championship may have a few week's rest but the County Cricket Natters team are relentless. This week we're in the East Midlands and were delighted to be joined by Nottinghamshire star Luke Fletcher. Widely regarded as the most loved bloke on the circuit, 'Fletch' talks us through his time playing club cricket with Phil DeFreitas and Mar…
 
Shakib Al-Hasan kicked some stumps over and we'll tell you why he was right to do so. England can't bat anymore and New Zealand still aren't being respected. South Africa are good again, for now. Adam Hollioake talks about facing Warne, the abandoned match in Kingston in 1998 and England's current batting woes. #AskTGC discusses youth multi leaders…
 
It's a been a while since our last special, but we think this one is worth the wait. After a decade of service as Surrey CEO - that coming after five years in the same role down at Somerset - Richard Gould will soon be taking up post at Bristol City. Richard kindly agreed to catch up with Sam to look back over 15 years in the game, tell us about th…
 
As the manager of the England national football team, Gareth Southgate OBE is a true role model for the new era of leadership. As a down-to-earth character, we can all learn from his empathy, authenticity, and clear communication. In this episode I set out to explore his career journey, and how the setbacks and successes have led him to where he is…
 
Getting towards the business end of the County Championship Group stages now and the tables are tighter than anyone on our wall of shame. In Group One, Warwickshire thrashed Derbyshire to go top, while Durham bounced back from their defeat to Essex by hammering Worcestershire at New Road. Speaking of the Chelmsford outfit, their hopes of retaining …
 
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