Nat Cheshire meets with Triumph & Disaster’s Dion Nash and talks about cars, grasping opportunity with both hands, lack of sleep, motivation, fear of failure and of course a bit about triumph and disaster. We hope you will enjoy what he had to say, we think it’s kind of important.
Sir Graham Henry (Ted) is one of New Zealand's coaching greats and a man who has experienced both immense triumph and had a few falls along the way. We could think of no better person to kick off our masters of Triumph & Disaster series, where people tell us a few of life's lessons, the T&D way. Enjoy.
There is no better feeling than the uplift in spirit you get when you give a little something back. Recently Triumph and Disaster was presented with an opportunity to do exactly that, to give a little back in the form of returning to our roots and providing some expertise.
the journey to know yourself involves some risk...
Your character will be your fate…
Music credit: "Virtue" by Jesse Cook
Always be prepared.
We recently visited New Zealand's Waiheke Island to shoot this little ditty for our brand, it was intended to be a bit of a trial run but we think it turned out a little better than that. The handsome guy is Liam Steel - thanks Liam for your time and patience. We would also like to thank Gemma Walcott who scripted and directed the shoot, Craig from 90 seconds who shot it and Dion Schmidt who did the final edits. Enjoy.
The first in our series of people we love 'The Voice' is a short interview shot with Mikey Havoc. Mikey is one of the voices of my generation, loud, opinionated and awesome New Zealand needs more like Mikey Havoc.