I enjoyed the first third or half of the book with the stories about his sister and time in India, as well as his early teaching & cricketing days but, the rest was largely focused on his own success in getting the project out there. A lot of “name dropping“ and referencing the NRL, AFL etc and how much they all loved the presentations. I feel as though he takes a tad too much credit for teams who went on to win big games after his talks (no mention of teams who lost their next game lol). As my title says, overall, I found the stories fairly interesting for the most part, but not inspiring - maybe that wasn’t the intention. I may feel differently attending a presentation.