061: Passions & Routines with Daryl Elliott Green

In this episode, I interview, Daryl Elliott Green.

Biography:

Daryl is a police officer who survived being shot in the head from less than a meter away on May 1, 2000. For his actions that fateful night he was awarded the Queensland Police’s highest accolade for bravery. Daryl now speaks professionally on the incident and the journey that followed. Daryl is still a serving officer, 17 years after the incident.

My Takeaways:

While we discuss hacks that we’ve heard before such as mentors, public speaking, limiting your time on television and social media, the one item that was new to me was role-playing. I’ve heard of it and have used it, however, it’s not a skill that I use often.

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Those are my key takeaways. What are yours? Join us on Online Community or Twitter, share your thoughts and ideas. Thanks for listening and get out there and discover the best version of you!

Find Daryl Elliott Green over on:

Website | Film | Actual Audio of Shooting | Keynote | Twitter

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Lastly, I want to say THANK YOU to Daryl Elliott Green for sharing his story with us!