About Peter Wallin
Principle Grounded Words
Words have power. Your words can shape someone, either making them into a better person or breaking them down. Every day, I remind myself that I have the choice in how I live up to my principles. My intention is to remain honest and true to myself as well as choosing the right words to guide, challenge and inspire others to become better every day.
I sometimes joke to my clients that I don't know where I'm from any more. I was born in Cambridge, grew up near Plymouth, travelled & lived in Australia, New Zealand and the Cook Islands, studied in Norwich, moved to Oregon and Washington in America, and have been in Slovakia since 2011.
Initially I began as an English language teacher before great mentors and teachers showed me how I could help others develop their communication skills at work and have better results. This is a journey I’m still enjoying as I usually deliver multiple training courses each week.
More recently, my eyes were opened to the power of personal coaching and expanding communication skills into private life so we can be better humans, parents, children, lovers, partners and friends.
With me you're getting a trainer and coach who is constantly optimistic and behind you as you go towards a better future. I’m not here to judge and berate you for any failures, but I will make sure you face them honestly as you direct yourself to where you want to go.
March 2014 - Gold medal in improvised speeches for Toastmasters International CEE contest
March 2014 - Silver medal in prepared speeches for Toastmasters International CEE contest
March 2015 - Gold medal in improvised speeches for Toastmasters International CEE contest
March 2015 - Gold medal in prepared speeches for Toastmasters International CEE contest
April 2015 - Success Unlimited Forums trainer's certificate
September 2015 - silver medal in improvised humorous speeches for Toastmasters International Czecho-Slovak contest
September 2015 - silver medal in prepared humorous speeches for Toastmasters International Czecho-Slovak contest