Peter has extensive experience, both professionally, and personally. His life’s journey (rather than his corporate background) led him to discover that coaching is his professional vocation – ‘the work he can’t not do’.
The road that led to this realisation was anything but straightforward. A bike crash at the age of 7 resulted in 10 broken bones, and physical and emotional scars that would take 15 years to heal. These were turbulent times, however they forged a strength of character in Peter that would never have otherwise been possible.
They also gave him a rare clarity of focus. A focus on what is actually important, and an understanding that there is no time to waste in defining, and then doing everything possible towards the realisation of what’s truly meaningful.
Peter established that 27 things were truly important to him, and over the last 10 years, he has achieved 26. His commitment to living a life true to himself has been transformational, and defines who he is today.
Peter’s life, commercial experience (in financial services), coupled with his passion for travel (41 countries and counting), imbue him with a unique set of skills, that can enable his clients to accomplish extraordinary things.