Interview with Mark Inglis Mountaineer Extraordinaire, double leg amputee, cyclist, business man

Mark Inglis personifies guts and courage and a never say die attitude. After losing his lower legs to frost bite after being stuck on Mt Cook for two weeks he went on to be the first double leg amputee to climb Mt Everest as well as Mt Cho Oyu another 8000m peak in the Himalayas. He is also a silver medal winner in cycling at the para olympics, author of 5 books on his adventures and philosophies, business man, wine maker, corporate speaker and motivator. Mark embodies what "Pushing the Limits" show is all about. Someone who has achieved against all odds and is stronger for it. Mark is a leading international motivational speaker, experienced in all forms of presentation from conference keynote addresses and workshops, to entertaining and humorous after dinner talks. He has presented live to audiences as small as five to as big as 1400 and everything in between.

In the last few months Mark has presented in India, Chicago Canada, Boston, New York, Philadephia, Washington DC, Nashville, Singapore, Nepal and of course closer to home in NZ and Australia.
These presentations were to companies and groups that recognise that their staff are one of their greatest assets and increasing their value drives opportunities for the companies to grow!
Over the last 7 years Mark has specialised in Keynote addresses that are based around mountaineering as a metaphor for business and life, utilising his wide experience in the mountains, vineyards and boardrooms. To take that experience one step further he now offers a range of learning programs.


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