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    Spotting the spark 

    Whether you're 'in' to a particular sport or not, there's no denying the impact Sachin Tendulkar has had on the game of cricket. 

    His farewell speech delivered from the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India a few days ago was insightful, touching and inspiring. 

    I listened to this speech and captured via my visual notes below, the many thank yous, acknowledgements and learnings he delivered. 

    Of particular impact was the acknowledgement to his brother Ajit who 'spotted the spark' in him. 

    For many fans and followers this speech gave one of the deepest insights into what makes him tick. And it brought tears to the eyes of his friends, family and supporters... and some of the toughest players in the sport too.

    And it was about everyone but him.

    We achieve few really BIG things alone. We rely on others to co-operate, co-llaborate and co-ntribute. 

    Co means 'together'. 

    Pause to check on the big things you're getting done with the help, support, guidance and confidence of others. Who is 'spotting the spark' in you and encouraging you to get something great done?

    Make sure you thank them for what they're doing, or what they've done to help you get there...