Peter started his entrepreneurial journey in the early 2000's riding the first wave of Social Media adoption. After a brief stint building Corporate Digital Infrastructure, Peter decided to focus on the human aspect as a Personal Trainer and life Coach. With the arrival of his children Pete
A career gap can be by choice or the results of an unlucky situation, but it is a gap nevertheless and it is something you have to deal with one way or the other.
Peter discusses tips and tricks to manage your career gap.
A career gap can have many reasons; from having a child to an accident at work and pretty much anything in between. But when you are ready to go back to work, you have to deal with this career gap one way or the other.
In this Micro Talk, Peter discusses a number of problems you will probably run into, with examples, tips and tricks on how to deal with your career gap, how to make it part of the conversation you will be having with yourself and a new employer and how you can manage your career gap in such a way that you can be confident in finding new opportunities.
Even before turning 40, Peter is already a veteran entrepreneur both on- and offline. After his degree in International Business Management he founded a Social Media Strategy consulting business riding the wave of early Social Media adoption in the 2000’s..
After a stint as Personal Trainer and Lifestyle Coach, Peter is now an Online Media Creator with various YouTube channels and Podcasts on his weekly roster.