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Steve Smith: what is next for me.
December 2, 2019
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Former Australia captain Smith was initially banned for a Test by the ICC after admitting that Australia had tried to alter the condition of the ball during the Newlands Test against South Africa in March 2018. But governing body Cricket Australia subsequently banned him for 12 months along with teammate David Warner and stripped both of their leadership roles
Opening batsman Cameron Bancroft, the third player involved at Cape Town, received a nine-month suspension.

“Everyone is different, every board is different, and the way they deal with certain issues,” Smith, who remains barred from leadership roles until March 2020, told reporters on Monday.

“For me, I copped it on the chin … it is what it is.

“I don’t feel hard done by. It was a long time ago now. I’ve moved past it and I’m focusing on the present.”

Smith played with 24-year-old Pooran at Barbados in the Caribbean Premier League last year while serving his ban, the terms of which allowed the Australian to play in non-international competitions overseas.

“I know Nicholas, I’ve played a bit of cricket with him and he’s a talented player and someone with a bright future,” Smith said of wicketkeeper-batsman Pooran, who has played 16 ODIs and 14 Twenty20 internationals
“I think he’ll learn from his mistake and move past it … I think he’s going to be an exceptional player in white-ball cricket.”

Smith was fined 25 percent of his match fee for a code of conduct violation after showing dissent with the umpire’s decision when he was given out caught behind when batting for New South Wales against Western Australia last week in a Sheffield Shield game.

The master batsman subsequently apologized to his teammates for setting a poor example.

“Of course, I’ll still make mistakes, I’m a human being, we all do,” he said on Monday.

“But being able to catch yourself and the way you’re thinking is something I’ve learned and something I’ll continue to work on, and continue and get better at.”

I suggest the following life management lessons from his life.

1/ Come out from mistakes

2/ Life is always tomorrow.

3/ Do not jump into small stuff for small interest.

4/ Your performance, career, and the process is the main thing.

About author

Dr Shailesh Thaker

Dr. Shailesh Thaker is a world-renowned management thinker and trainer on organizational behavior and development. He is the CLO of Knowledge Plus Inc., a highly reputed training firm based in Ahmedabad, India, helping organizations to achieve international benchmarks in management practices.

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