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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Doyle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Doyle, often where they are interviewed.

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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Doyle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Doyle, often where they are interviewed.

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UFO Investigator Tim Doyle

Profoundly Pointless
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When people see something in the sky they just can't explain, he gets a call. UFO Investigator Tim Doyle joins us. We talk UFO sightings, aliens and Area 51. Then, we countdown the Top 5 Fictional Aliens.

Tim Doyle: 01:37

John Shull: 33:42

Top 5 Fictional Aliens: 45:24

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May 13 2020



Earn The Right To Exist with Tim Doyle

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Welcome to Wild Hearts, a podcast dedicated to sharing the real stories of founders - the passionate few taking giant leaps forward. We’re here to uncover the lessons from the founders looking to change the world and the investors who have backed them.
Blackbird is based across ANZ. We invest in startups from pre-seed to pre-IPO, from space to software and Blackbird was founded in 2012 with a single mission: to supercharge the most ambitious founders.
Tim Doyle, co-founder of seed-stage company Eucalyptus, has spent $35M across political campaigns, mattresses and now healthcare. Before Eucalyptus, Tim was the Head of Marketing at Koala.
In this conversation, Tim talks about how he allocates capital, how Eucalyptus captures attention, where to extract value where others can’t see and how to acquire customers.
Later on in this episode, you’ll hear from Nick Crocker, General Partner at Blackbird Ventures. He was one of the very first believers in Eucalyptus and he’ll provide an investors lens on what others can learn from Eucalyptus.
Key topics covered:
  1. The problem with Direct to Consumer companies.
  2. The importance of GTM focus in an Australian context.
  3. Ways you can allocate capital as a non technical founder.
  4. How to unlock talent in your organisation.
  5. Why you should spend 10% of your monthly marketing spend on testing.
  6. The biggest fundamental shift in customer acquisition, advertising and branding in the last decade.
The best of Tim Doyle:
  • “In Australia, there aren’t a huge number of Venture back-able consumer product opportunities, there’s just not that many billion dollar product opportunities, but there's a lot of 50 to 100 million dollar ones that more or less exist on the same infrastructure.”
  • “What’s the actual thing you’re going to earn the right to exist on to begin with and how are you going to talk about that? If you can’t do that, you’ll never even get in. Do something dumb and focused and deliver on it really well, build your business around that and earn the right to do other stuff.”
  • “Price the externalities of a staff member to understand their true value.”
  • “The shorter the distance between your junior dev. and the customer the better the decisions that junior developer will make.”
  • “The gap between designer and customer is as short as possible.”
  • “Branding is iterative.”
  • “In a world where feedback is so real, fast and clear, sitting around and psychoanalysing your customers and thinking about what the best piece of creative for them is, is a complete waste of time. You may as well just increase the speed at which you test and then back the winners extremely hard and trust the iterative system that you’ve built to continue to learn and get better at acquiring customers over time.”
  • “A media model is constantly hungry.”
  • “You’re always value investing. Every decision you make is, ‘Can I extract more value out of this than I have to pay for it?’ It's super true in media buying. TV /Advertising companies don’t understand the price of their own inventory because they negotiate over lunch. If you have a better system for deriving value than they have, then you can extract the value they can’t see.”
Nick Crocker on Tim Doyle
  • “Tim was the best marketer and marketing thinker that I’d met in the time I had been investing.”
  • “Eucalyptus is an anomaly in that they did everything they said they would and that's rare.”
  • “The thing that I always felt with Tim, and that I know that Niki felt the first time he met Tim, was that he was an original thinker. And there is very little original thought in the world, period.”
  • “When you learn something new, really new and unique from someone, it's just a magical moment in this job.”

May 11 2020



Follow The Money | February 19, 2020, Tim Doyle

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Tim Doyle joined Mike Palm and Amal Shah on Follow The Money to discuss what it's like for college hoops teams to play on the road and which teams have improved the most over the season. Plus, Tim shares his leans for a few of tonight's matchups.

Feb 19 2020



#7 - Tim Doyle (Founder @ Eucalyptus & ex Head Of Marketing @ Koala)

The Seicho Podcast
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Tim Doyle is the former Head of Marketing at Koala. He is now the founder at Eucalyptus, the builders of frictionless e-commerce brands in Australia. 

Sep 18 2019



Ufology And Conducting Investigations W/ UFOSEEKER'S Tim Doyle

Lighting The Void
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Live Weeknights 9 pm-midnight Pacific


Our mission is to investigate UFO sightings and Alien reports utilizing modern technology, in an attempt to document evidence for the witness(es), alien abductees, and/or experiencers in a serious manner, by spending time in the field sky-watching or searching for evidence. Investigations are showcased through our YouTube Channel.

As part of our workload, we spend time in the field sky-watching for UFO activity 365 days a year. This workload typically occurs at night on a daily basis using video/photography, allowing us to catch UFOs, unpredictable events, or atmospheric phenomenon and to familiarize ourselves with these observable objects to assist us in our mission of helping individuals identify what they themselves have observed.
We utilize video, photography, night vision, sensor analysis, environment analysis, and more.

3rd Hour A Terrifying Encounter WIth Lady Ann From The Caravan Of Lore

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Sep 11 2019

2hr 54mins


Pacey Performance Podcast #250 - Tim Doyle (Senior Lecturer at Macquarie University)

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In this episode of the Pacey Performance Podcast, I am speaking to Senior Lecturer at Macquarie University, Tim Doyle. I am delighted to get Tim on the show to discuss his work in the military and his research and PhD supervision which involves the use of inertial sensors in rugby league. With a number of clubs around the world becoming interested in the use of tibial worn inertial sensors I thought it would be great to get Tim's insights into this area. Outside the world of biomechanics, many people may not have heard of Tim but if you're not following him and his work, you should be.

Hope you enjoy this episode with Tim Doyle.

In this episode we discussed...

  • Who is Tim Doyle (background, education and current role)?
  • Load management in sport and military
    • GPS
      • Are we missing a piece of the puzzle?
      • What can be inferred from GPS and what can't?
    • Internal measures
      • Forgotten about?
    • Your work in the military and customs and impact its having on practice
    • Daniel Glassbrook's work at South Sydney Rabbitohs
  • Applied research
    • Internal validation work (clubs getting to know their tech)
      • Simple processes and due diligence
    • Asking the right questions
      • Process for success
    • Working alongside a university as a practitioner

Tim can be found on Twitter @tladoyle

This episode of the Pacey Performance Podcast is sponsored by Hawkin Dynamics, the team behind the worlds only wireless force plate system. Hawkin Dynamics can be found at and you can follow them on Twitter @hawkindynamics

This episode is also sponsored by Fatigue Science. Fatigue Science combine wearable technology with biomathematical science developed by the US Army to offer fantastic insights into sleep and cognitive fatigue. Fatigue Science can be found at

This episode is also sponsored by IMeasureU. IMeasureU are a world leading inertial platform to precisely quantify body movement and workload metrics in the field. IMeasureU can be found at and you can follow them on Twitter @imeasureu.

This episode is also sponsored by Omegawave, the only non-invasive readiness technology to assess both brain and heart. Omegawave can be found at and you can follow them on Twitter @omegawave.

Keep up to date with everything that is going on with the podcast by following on Twitter @strengthofsci or visiting



Jul 25 2019



Ep. #36 – Special Guest: Tim Doyle

The Black Vault Radio - Hosted by John Greenewald, Jr.
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In episode #36 of The Black Vault Radio -- Popular YouTube host and field investigator Tim Doyle steps into the Vault. With extensive experience in the field outside of Area 51, Tim shares details about his investigations around the Top Secret base, and whether or not the joke turned crusade to “Storm Area 51” – is even possible.

Jul 19 2019


Area 51 And UFOs With Tim Doyle

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In this edition of the broadcast Tim Doyle from UFOSEEKERS joins us to discuss his event that happened at area 51 as well as the current state of ufology, field investigations, youtube, and more.

Music By Chronox, Kevin Mcleod, Space Station, Bundy, and the public domain

Apr 26 2019


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Tim Doyle (Last Man Standing, Speechless) discusses his TV series, The Kids Are Alright, and his career with Monique Sorgen.

Feb 13 2019

1hr 11mins


UFO's And The Pentagon Papers With Tim Doyle

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In this edition of the broadcast Tim Doyle from joins the broadcast to discuss his latest research and the second part fo the show Jeremy Scott from Into The Parabnormal stops by to discuss the Chaff and Radar incidents and possible explenations. Hour 3 Mad Man Marcum brings in the science.

Jan 25 2019

2hr 54mins