Over an eight year football career Peter Bell has certainly experienced the highs and lows that Australian Rules Football has to offer.
Selected by the Fremantle Dockers as their first pick in the club's debut year (1995) Peter was subsequently delisted later the same year at the age of 19.
Pushing aside disappointment Peter was thrown a lifeline by the North Melbourne Football Club (the Kangaroos) and arrived just in time to claim a place in the 1996 Premiership team.
Peter enjoyed an illustrious career at the Kangaroos including 123 games, 15 finals matches, 4 top three placings in the club's best and fairest awards. In his final three years he also assumed a leadership position alongside Wayne Carey, Glenn Archer and Anthony Stevens.
Peter's presentation 'Dealing with Success and Failure' is both motivational and entertaining and encompasses some of the valuable lessons he's learned during his football career.
He has interesting slant on life and the opportunities presented to him are unique within the AFL. He speaks freely about his Korean heritage and explains his responsibility to children of different backgrounds as a role model in the AFL. His presentation is part football, part life skills and most importantly entertaining for any audience.
Peter left breakfast radio with ABC in Perth. to take over the role of General Manager for the Fremantle Dockers.