'Focus on the process and not on the result' - Bhutan cricketer Mikyo Dorji opens up on the advice he received from MS Dhoni

‘Focus on the process and not on the result’ – Bhutan cricketer Mikyo Dorji opens up on the advice he received from MS Dhoni

Dhoni had also told Dorji to enjoy the game and not take too much pressure.

MS Dhoni and Mikyo Dorji
MS Dhoni and Mikyo Dorji. (Photo source: Instagram/ Ranjung mikyo dorji)

Bhutan cricketer Mikyo Dorji has shared a valuable lesson that he has learnt from the legendary Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Dorji took to Instagram and posted a photo of himself with Dhoni and also shared the lesson that he learnt from him.

Dorji stated that Dhoni advised him to keep things simple and focus more on the process and not on the result. Dhoni had also told Dorji to enjoy the game and not take too much pressure. Dorji also revealed that this advice from the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper has stuck with him.

“Keep it simple. Focus more on the process and less on the results. If you get the process right you will get the result. And enjoy, don’t take too much pressure. Ever since the great MS Dhoni gave me this piece of advice, it has always stuck with me,” read the post from Mikyo Dorji.

 

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Playing in the IPL is the ultimate dream for me: Mikyo Dorji

Mikyo Dorji also added that featuring in the IPL is his ultimate dream. Dorji also said that he was the only player from Bhutan to register for the IPL auctions, and looking at his name in the list, there were many people who even called him. Dorji concluded by stating that his name might not make it to the final list of players once it is trimmed.

“Playing in the IPL is an ultimate dream for me. People saw that there was one player in the auction list from Bhutan and my friends started calling me. But they don’t know (laughs) that this is just the initial round, and the names are going to be shortlisted further. If I am honest to myself, my name will not be there in the main list after it is trimmed. Anyways, just registering is a big deal for Bhutan,” said Dorji as quoted by The Indian Express.

On the other hand, MS Dhoni has been retained by the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) ahead of the 2022 IPL mega auctions for a sum of INR 12 Crores.