Over more than 20 years as a successful businessman and former international Australian tennis representative, with a 3rd Dan Blackbelt in Taekwondo, Peter Thurin has learnt the true meaning of focus, discipline and motivation.
Through dedication and commitment, Peter achieved his goal to learn the martial art of Taekwondo and achieve his Blackbelt before his 40th birthday. Often through necessity, training at 4am.
Peter Thurin is the founder of blackbelt in excellence and has been empowering thousands of people from all parts of the world for over a dozen years. He is a dynamic, inspirational and professional speaker, program presenter, facilitator and mentor. He is an author and international business consultant.
Peter is a powerful catalyst for business growth, with his relentless focus on the choices we need to make, commitment, and a passionately desired end result. He demonstrates a rare ability to combine his insight, skills and experience to understand your business and work with your people to significantly impact on your bottom line.
Peter’s focus on people excellence has been a major factor in the remarkable results achieved by many of the companies he has worked with. You will have great clarity as to the strategy required to deliver on-going, consistent business excellence.
He has been in business for many years owning and operating a number of successful pharmacies, represented Australia twice internationally in tennis, coached Australian Rules Football, and is a third Dan black belt in the martial art of Taekwondo.
WHY TAEKWONDO? The fundamental principles of Taekwondo – focus and discipline underpin the pursuit of excellence in our business and personal lives.
The dynamic and strategic nature of Blackbelt in Excellence, combined with Peter Thurin’s enthusiastic, engaging style, ensures that even the most jaded and ‘heard it all’ participants cannot fail to be energised and inspired by this unique approach.
He has worked with companies such as:
Mercedes-Benz, BASF, Starwood Hotels, Lend Lease, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, McDonald’s, Schwarzkopf, Toyota, Optus, Telstra, Colonial, AMP, Perpetual, Flight Centre, Seek, Commonwealth Bank, National Australia Bank, Westpac, ANZ, Sensis, Apple, Arnotts, The Young Presidents’ Organisation, Orica, Coles, Woolworths, ALDI, Metcash and many others.