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Jul 25, 2022

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Chris Warner has been at the top of the world— literally and figuratively. Buckle up as he takes us through some of the most absurd, most challenging, and most rewarding leadership expeditions one could ever imagine.

Chris Warner is a climber, entrepreneur, and leadership educator. He’s led over 230 mountaineering expeditions in Asia, North and South America, Africa, and Antarctica. 

He guided the first-ever reality TV show on Mount Everest, filmed an Emmy-nominated documentary about his team’s K2 climb, and pioneered new routes throughout the Himalaya. 

In 1990, Chris started a business with $592 and grew it into the first national chain of indoor climbing gyms. When he retired as CEO, the company had 1,000 employees serving 2 million customers annually. 

Today, he’s an investor in private companies, a mentor to CEOs, and a real estate developer in Aspen, Colorado. 

During his 25+ years as a leadership educator, he’s worked with Google execs, NFL and NHL teams, Fortune 500 firms, Silicon Valley startups, and thousands of CEOs and their senior leadership teams. 

What you're about to hear in this episode are stories from a man who has lived through probably the most unbelievable leadership challenges that I’ve heard of in the six years of the Success Through Failure podcast.

Tune in and discover how someone like Chris climbed his way to the top, backed by some actionable tactics that you can use in your own climb to the summit. Listen now!

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