During his time working the doors at nightclubs like the Mean Fiddler and Revesby Worker’s club, Browne is quoted as saying: “Besides being able to look after myself I could talk my way out of anything.“I was never, ever a bully. I’m very firm about that. But if someone wanted to fight me, which generally they did, I made sure I wasn’t anyone’s punching bag.
Effective communication is an integral part of working as a door supervisor however all too often, communication skills are overlooked in favour of physical stature and bravado. Whether you’re trying to speak to your spouse, kids, manager, colleagues or customers learning these skills can build greater trust and respect and improve teamwork, problem solving, boosting your performance at work.
Former heavy weight champion Lucas Browne is an Australian boxer who worked a 13-year stint on some of Sydneys roughest Doors. Browne started his boxing career in his late 20’s although he was no stranger to combat sport as he had been cage fighting up until that point.
The Doorman grew up in Granville a suburb of western Sydney in New South Wales (born 14 April 1979) Lucas made history in March 2016 by becoming Australia’s first world heavyweight boxing champion after winning the WBA (Regular) title against Chechnya’s Ruslan Chagaev to secure the WBA heavyweight title.
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