Daniel Sharp has been a teacher for 14 years working in many different areas in Australia, Europe and Asia. He is currently the Careers Counsellor at Lilydale High School and a Senior Instructor & 2nd Dan Black Belt in Aikido.
When he was 14 his brother was in a near fatal car accident and Daniel’s father pulled him out of the car saving his life. He learnt a great deal through his brothers accident including how to cope under pressure and how to use the challenges you have in life to make your life better. As a high school student Dan excelled in exams and assessment tasks. Whilst not being the smartest student in the school he was in the top 5% of students in the school in terms of marks. Through setting goals and practicing exam pressure Dan realised he could achieve marks outside what most people thought possible and now shares these techniques through the VCE Help sessions.
As an adult he has have turned his attention to assisting others with organisations such as Reach Youth, Whitelion, Nike and Rotary International. Over the last 14 years Dan has been involved in schools he has focused on how students can get the best out of their lives and continues to find new and innovative ways to motivate himself and others.
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