Polar Conversations - Tim Jarvis, environmental scientist, adventurer, author and public speaker
Conversation with Tim Jarvis AM, environmental scientist, adventurer, author and public speaker. Among other adventures Tim led the first authentic retracing of Sir Ernest Shackleton's famous journey from Elephant Island to South Georgia and across the mountainous interior to Stromness whaling station. Tim has many projects on the go and shares some insights on leadership and influencing outcomes in today's increasingly polarised world.
EP 7 A Life On Ice - In the Footsteps of Legends with Tim Jarvis AM
There's an easy way, and there's a hard way of doing things and Tim Jarvis seems to prefer the latter. Tim's exploits in the polar regions have become almost as legendary as the explorers of the heroic period, who's fascinating but often deadly journeys he has recreated right down to the hobnail boots and reindeer skin sleeping bags. Tim Jarvis offers profound insights into the benefits of risk taking and doing hard things as he fights overwhelming obstacles that would have earned the respect of his heroes Mawson and Shackleton. The apocryphal words of Shackleton's advertisement seem just as apt for the teams he pulled together to embark on these quests..."Men wanted for hazardous journey. Low wages, bitter cold, long hours of complete darkness. Safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in event of success"https://www.timjarvis.org/Contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or www.speleopix.com.au
How Tim Jarvis went from polar explorer to passionate environmentalist
Tim Jarvis has endured a great deal of physical privation as a world-leading polar adventurer. In order to authentically recreate two epic journeys by Sir Douglas Mawson and Sir Ernest Shackleton, from the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration, Tim willingly stripped himself of all modern equipment and undertook these expeditions with the same clothes and gear that his predecessors used in the early 1900s. On this episode of Talking Australia Tim talks about his adventures and how he since then has become a climate change advocate, public speaker and as of late started the “Forktree Project”, a non-profit demonstration site in South Australia to show how large scale rewilding of degraded pastoral land is possible. This Episode of Talking Australia is hosted by Chrissie Goldrick (Editor-in-chief at Australian Geographic) and produced by Ben Kanthak (www.beachshackpodcasts.com)You can also follow us on Instagram @australiangeographic
#3: Tim Jarvis AM - Leadership, adventure and tackling big issues
The Shifting Ape
Tim Jarvis AM is an environmental explorer, adventurer, climber, author and documentary filmmaker, with Masters qualifications in environmental science and environmental law. In this episode we explore the challenges of leadership, adventure and how to effectively tackle big issues. Check out some of Tim's projects: https://www.timjarvis.org/ https://www.25zero.com/ https://www.theforktreeproject.com/ Like this episode and want to hear more? https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/theshiftingape
Tim Jarvis& Current Trends in Video as a Core Part of Your Marketing Strategy & Resilience in The Face of Tough Times
Business Mastermind Podcast
‘We live in a world where people are scrolling past content all the time so you need to stand out, create a ‘thumb stopping moment’ Gavin is speaking with Tim Jarvis, Founder of the F&C group and a specialist in how we can use video online. They discuss Tim’s journey and the significant value of video online in a world where Everyone is walking around with a high definition screen in their pocket and there are no barriers to streaming content. Tim shares some advice and tips that can be effectively used to get started on video so listen in now KEY TAKEAWAYS Marketers focus on the beauty of the content but when it comes to the activation and a strategy for getting it to do what they want it to do they are overwhelmed because there is so much going on in the video content world. In our role as video strategists, we go in and help map out everything needed from the content through to the production, activation and engagement. Whatever marketing you are doing it’s to a person with real feelings and who has real passions. They don’t want to just click through they want to engage. Conversational marketing must involve interaction with another person at some point who then takes the conversation forward. Video has an incredibly large reach and you might not think what you are producing is doing any damage but it is if you are not focusing on key things Put thought into what you are creating by ensuring you have got the basics right – the lighting, the audio and how you are presenting yourself. You need to tell a story, answer a question or resonate in some way. If you provide a service you need to understand what pain points your customers are experiencing and then get on camera and talk about those because that is valuable content that will stir a reaction. The majority of online video is watched in silence so captions and subtitles are vital and increase accessibility. Be really clear about what you want people to do when they have watched your video ‘the call to action’ To understand the impact of your video, use; Awareness and reach metrics - views, play rates, shares and impressions Engagement metrics - likes and dislikes, positive and negative reactions, comments and watch time Conversion metrics - click-through rate Audience behaviour - traffic sources and viewer demographics Typically your audience will spend a lot of time in one place so it’s about creating content that engages and interests them and will resonant with them. BEST MOMENTS ‘Pay attention to quality, this can be improved instantly through specifically focusing on audio, lighting and your appearance’ ‘They don’t want to just click through they want to engage’ ‘Its about taking marketing and working out how you can boost it with video’ VALUABLE RESOURCES The Business Mastermind Podcast https://filmandcontent.co.uk/ ABOUT THE HOST Gavin Preston Gavin is an inspirational Speaker, Business Strategist, Business Growth Mentor, Trainer and high-performance Coach. He works with Business Owners and Entrepreneurs and has a strong track record in creating creative strategies to accelerate the growth of their business. He has helped hundreds of SME business owners and leaders improve their performance and that of their business and a comparable number of executives and employees in blue-chip corporates over the last 20 years. Gavin’s energetic, insightful and yet down to earth and practical talks, workshops and coaching is in demand with high growth business between £250,000 and £30 million revenue and with multi-national organisations at all levels from Board to frontline Managers. He is an expert in Business Growth Strategies, Peak Performance Mindset, Persuasion & Engagement, Marketing, Productivity, Leadership Development, Team Development & Motivation, Leading Change, Stakeholder Management, Personal Effectiveness and Behavioural Change. CONTACT METHOD Gavin Preston Website Gavin Preston LinkedIn Gavin Preston YouTube Gavin Preston Facebook Gavin Preston Twitter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Environmental explorer Tim Jarvis shares the details of recreating two of Antarctica's most legendary expeditions - pulling a supply sled nearly 500 kilometers across a barren landscape in the footsteps of Sir Douglas Mawson, and leading a team of brave souls across the Southern Ocean in a replica of the James Caird - the wee boat that carried Sir Ernest Shackleton on a rescue mission to South Georgia. Meet the Ocean is a listener-supported podcast and nonprofit. Help us continue to create meaningful educational content by donating on our website. Subscribe to never miss an episode, and share our podcast on your social media to inform your community. www.meettheocean.org
#07 - Tim Jarvis AM (Adelaide via UK), Polar Explorer & Scientist - Welcome to the Explorer Club
Real People, With Jason Dunstone - Consumer Insights, Market Research, Customers, Design Thinking and More
In this episode we sit down with polar explorer, speaker, film maker and environmental scientist Tim Jarvis.A very ‘cool’ interview in many ways that is likely hard to not be inspire one to fulfil the dreams we had as a child to explore the unchartered and to live a life worth living, even if it all seems scary.Tim’s latest focus project is 25zero – please click here https://www.25zero.com/ for more! As it says on the web site …“25 mountains at the equator had a glacier at the time of the UNFCCC treaty in 1992. Most of them will be melted completely away within 25 years. This is our last chance to tell their stories.”In today’s interview we hear about how Tim’s ‘explorer club’ as a young boy has guided his conquering of Antarctica, including replicating Sir Douglas Mawson’s and Sir Ernest Shackleton’s historic Antarctic expeditions, and a further record breaking Antarctic crossing in 1999.Tim is Author of multiple books including Shackleton’s Epic (I have read and highly recommend) and Mawson: Life and Death in Antarctica.We go on a fascinating journey from what goes into preparing for such monumental expeditions, how to build a team that’s got what it takes, knowing your limits, how it is everyone’s responsibility to help save Antarctica and much, much more.Real People is a podcast hosted by Jason Dunstone, the founder and managing director of Square Holes. Subscribe to Real People on your favourite podcast player. Jason builds on his 25 years of conducting human-centred research, interviewing average and not so average people (rich, poor, old, young, content and vulnerable) to understand what they believe and how they behave.Check out the Real People website - http://squareholes.com/realpeopleConnect with Jason Dunstone on Twitter @jasondunstone - https://twitter.com/jasondunstone?lang=enSend Jason an email - email@example.com Read more blogs from Jason Dunstone - https://squareholes.com/blog/author/jason/Find out more about Square Holes - http://www.squareholes.com/Produced with Apiro Media - https://www.apiropodcasts.com/
What to pack for an expedition to Antarctica? Or to keep yourself alive on a remote mountainside? In extreme conditions, clothes move way beyond fashion to become tools for survival. In this Episode, you get to hang out with environmental scientist, polar explorer, author and adventurer Tim Jarvis, a man for whom pushing himself to the limits of his physical endurance is all in a day's work. But Tim doesn't undertake his incredible expeditions just to prove he's tough; he does it for a higher purpose - to spread the word about climate change, and show us how some of the remotest regions on Earth are being impacted by global warming. In 1992, at the time of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, 25 mountains at the equator had a glacier. Most of these glaciers will be melted completely away within 25 years. Enter Tim's project 25-Zero. With support from travel and adventure brand Kathmandu, Tim and a team of climbers and filmmakers have been documenting rapid, irreversible melting. In this interview, Tim shares what he's seen of climate change on his travels and what we can expect in future if we continue to emit carbon pollution at current rates. Scary quote: "We will have ice-free Arctic Ocean by the mid 2030s." Loads of kids dream of beging explorers when they grow up, but few actually do it. What made Tim the exception? What are some of the crazier expeditions he's undertaken? How does he re-integrate himself into society after he's been away? We dig deep on inspiration and the pull of the extraordinary life, and finding yourself in the wilderness. We discuss climate grief, and staying motivated. Tim explains why he's encouraging kids to embrace Nature. Oh, and we dabble in the mysteries of the universe. Are you ready for a grand adventure? This show is brought to you by Kathmandu. Follow them on Instagram and Twitter @kathmandugear Follow Clare on Instagram and Twitter @mrspress Love the podcast? We have a Patreon page - every little helps! We are always grateful for ratings and reviews on iTunes. You can find us on Spotify now too.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim Jarvis AM is a qualified environmental scientist, an author and documentary filmmaker who has embarked on some of the most physically demanding historical expeditions. In the past decade, he's recreated Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic epic and Sir Ernest Shackleton's crossing of the Southern Ocean - remarkably with essentially the same clothing, boat and food as the original. Nicole chats to him about fitting back into everyday life after going to the edges of the planet, his views on climate change and what he hopes for the future http://www.themessagepod.com.au/the-message-podcast-podfolio