Tuesday, 21 July 2009

A moment in time for the grey haired generation

If you are a golfer, or a fan, or even a casual sports enthusiast, you could not, but have been riveted at the happenings in the British Open last weekend. Tom Watson, one of the all time greats in the game, and now 59, rolled back the years to force a playoff with Stuart Cink, and heartbreakingly lost. For a moving writeup on the most dramatic of British Opens, click here.

This has great relevance in business too, as its getting to be a young man’s world even there. Tom Peters has made one of his best ever posts on the relevance of Watson’s doings to the baby boomers – being a good American, Tom has related it to the greying generation in the US, but it has relevance to every 40+ in business.

Its a lovely post from the great man, and I offer it here, with no comment.

10 comments:

thethoughtfultrain said...

"On a day of poetry, prose had the final word" - so beautiful and apt. I loved reading both the links you attached. :-)

thethoughtfultrain said...

Happy house shifting. :-) I am gonna miss you. Be back soon!

le embrouille blogueur said...

Enjoy your move ... like TFT ..loved the links ...see you when you are back.

A journey called Life said...

touching.. thanks for the links

Adesh Sidhu said...

Good read...Thanks for sharing.

Ramesh said...

Thanks all.

rads said...

True everyone of us will have to pass this phase and a lot of preparation goes before that...the post was very moving...guess u'll be on a long brk and it'll be strange not to see regular posts form you...happy shifting...

Ramesh said...

Oh thanks rads. You have a long long way to go before entering the grey haired generation.

Ravi Rajagopalan said...

I would highly recommend this article from the incomparable Tom Friedman.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/29/opinion/29friedman.html

Ramesh said...

Thanks Dada. Another superb writeup on the Watson miracle. I heartily second Dada's recommendation.

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