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Continuous training leads to success

After whitewashing Sri Lanka 5-0 in the ODI series, the Proteas are now the world’s top team in this format of the game.

Imran Tahir is the number one bowler and the Proteas have batsmen like Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock, Faf du Plessis and AB de Villiers, all of whom are in the top 10 in the world.

Yet, when they land in New Zealand for their next challenge, what will they be doing? They will be training. The top athletes in their field will be practising the basics, perfecting their techniques, polishing their performance. . .

Why? Because they want to stay number one.

But, in a business environment in South Africa, training is not a high priority for most companies, it’s almost always the last thing on the agenda. If it’s done at all, it’s usually a last-minute cobbled-together, somewhat disorganised, affair which is often seen as a disruption of productivity rather than a vital area of business success.

Maybe that has something to do with South Africa losing its competitive edge. Maybe it’s an area that should be looked at more closely. Maybe business should emulate the Proteas.

Yusuf Henriksen,
GORDON’S BAY

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