The autobiography, 'Playing to Win' by the late Sir Conrad Hunte, takes the concept of morality away from the cricket pitch and into everyday life - forcing us to question our motives and purpose.
Almost 60 years later, his ideologies are just as relevant and necessary, on and off the pitch.
Catch up with me and Lillian Ogbogoh on her Shine Out Loud podcast talking all things herbal, well-being and John Holt.
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Like many millions of women in the UK, I have experienced menstrual cramps at work. Struggling to stand up, to talk to people, to not burst into fits of tears. However, hearing about the possible workplace reforms for period leave, did not make me feel as happy as the women in the sanitary towel adverts.