The Mountain Climbers Podcast
Summary: Join Duncan Tolmie as he talks with New Zealand's most interesting individuals about their lives, and how they got to where they are today!
Duncan Tolmie interviews Sir Peter Leitch, better known as 'The Mad Butcher' about his greatest life lessons. Discover Sir Peter's secrets to business success, and what motivates him to create an incredible impact in the community. A true New Zealand legend, this is a fascinating and unique interview with someone who has climbed the mountain!
After just 3 years of skiing, Anna Willcox was ranked 6th in the WORLD and representing New Zealand at the Olympics! But when it seemed Anna was about to reach the summit of her greatest mountain, Anna broke her back, causing her to retire from the sport, and spiral into depression. How did she reach the top so quickly, and what got her through her darkest times? Discover Anna's story, and greatest life lessons on The Mountain Climbers Podcast.
Duncan Tolmie interviews Matilda Green about her greatest life lessons. Matilda shares relationship advice, her views on abortion, the one thing she does to keep herself centered every day and more. This is the second of two parts to this interview.
Duncan Tolmie interviews Matilda Green, formerly Matilda Rice, a.k.a. @matootles about the Bachelor NZ, her baby, marriage, relationships, and her greatest life lessons! Open and honest, Matilda said no questions off limits. Are you ready? This is the first of two parts to this interview with Matilda Green.
Grant Harris is the Senior Pastor of one of the largest Baptist Churches in New Zealand and is the Chaplain for the NZ Breakers Basketball team. Learn how Grant got from Banking to Baptist Ministry, and then to Basketball. What are his greatest life lessons and what advice does he have for the next generation? Open and honest, Grant Harris oozes wisdom. Don't miss this interview on The Mountain Climbers Podcast.
Gordon Duncan talks about his time as Chairman of Greenpeace New Zealand, and opens up about the initial struggle of his latest business venture: Discover NZ Tourism. Open, honest and another interview with no questions off limits, this is the only place you can hear Gordon Duncan like this. This is the second of two parts to this exclusive conversation.
Gordon Duncan was the son of two missionaries and at the age of three, he was on a ship bound for the war-torn land of China. In this conversation, Gordon discloses what his childhood was really like, and reveals the vision, purpose, and formation of the Bays Community Housing Trust - a multi-million dollar NGO that provides housing to those in social or economic need. Open, honest and another interview with no questions off limits, this is the first and only place you can hear Gordon Duncan like this.
When Markus took over as CEO, Mrs Higgins Cookies was in receivership. Now they have over 250 product lines and over $10 million in annual revenue. From childhood to his children, cookies to cultivating a business of success, Markus reveals the secrets of building a life of true happiness.
Duncan Tolmie interviews leader of the NZ National Party, Hon Simon Bridges. This is the second of two parts to this conversation.
Duncan Tolmie interviews leader of the NZ National Party, Hon Simon Bridges.
Multi-million dollar business owner and the founder of NZ's largest dance studio, Saione Greer talks risk, God and making a career out of your childhood passion!
Join us for the last minutes with Hayden Duncan! Learn about how to deal with nerves, how effective leadership is vulnerability, what Hayden procrastinates about and more!
In this weeks gripping interview, Hayden Duncan CEO of Tremains Real Estate talks about stealing his uncles 50 foot yacht, how he maintains work life balance, deals with self doubt and more!
At 33 Hayden became CEO of NZ's largest and most trusted real estate brand. Learn Hayden's greatest life lessons, how he worked his way to the top and how you can too.
Duncan Tolmie interviews CEO and Founder of EzLunch and Kindo, the lunch ordering and administration system in over 300 NZ schools. Sandra talks about the back-bone of her business, how to create a culture of community, her greatest legacy and more!