BECOMING A PERSONAL POWER EXPERT, MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY & INDUSTRY LEADER BEGAN WITH A JOURNEY OF RECOVERY. THIS IS MY STORY.
Today, Peter Diaz is a veritable powerhouse. In addition to being an author, he owns a number of companies, he’s the CEO of the Workplace Mental Health Institute, he’s a trusted mental wealth authority a rubs shoulders with celebrities and other global players on a regular basis. But this wasn’t always so.
There was a time in the early 90’s when Peter spiralled into a very disempowered place and eventually got diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. For over a decade he struggled as he was heavily medicated, suicidal and living off a Disability Support Pension. He thought that was ‘it’. That his lot in life was to be ill, miserable, poor and unloved. And it was at his lowest that Peter resolved to dedicate himself to researching the life and habits of powerful people and turn his life around. And he did.
Today, he has not only recovered completely, but he has also become the teacher for thousands of people around the world on what it takes to build your own personal and professional power.
Peter helps Fortune 500 companies increase profits by enhancing the mental health, wellbeing, resilience and productivity of their workforce. He’s helped thousands of entrepreneurs and businesses become empowered, so they can thrive.
Peter Diaz interviewed business giants like Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple), and Randi Zuckerberg (marketing genius behind Facebook).
Peter has spoken on stages in the USA, Australia, Europe, and South Africa on the topics of personal power, leadership, resilience and emotional intelligence.
CEO THE WORKPLACE MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE – THE WMHI
The Workplace Mental Health Institute (WMHI) is a global organization committed to helping make the world and workplaces a happier place by empowering people to build their mindset, resilience, wellbeing and overall mental health. The WMHI was founded by CEO – Peter Diaz who successfully overcame his own personal mental health challenges and wanted to pay it forward and help organizations build better people, better workplaces and for people to lead a better life. With less stress and anxiety, people and businesses become more productive. This is the driving force behind The WMHI’s ethos which is Mental Health is Mental Wealth.