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Tim Eaton

The Eric Metaxas Show

Tim Eaton, creator of NutraMedix.com, has a fascinating story of the company's founding, including some of the ministries and charities which benefit from 50% of their profits.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

44mins

19 May 2021

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Episode 16: Tim Eaton - From Jungle Missionary Pilot to Kingdom Entrepreneur

The Crown Stewardship Podcast

This week on the Crown Stewardship Podcast, we welcome Tim Eaton, Founder and CEO of NutraMedix and volunteer pilot for Kings Wings in Jupiter, Florida. Most entrepreneurs can’t imagine giving 50% of their profits to support missions, but that is exactly what Tim and his wife, Bertha, have done from day one. Tim shares his story of being a missionary pilot in the jungle of Peru to starting a successful company, all for the glory of God.

46mins

18 Nov 2020

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Episode 18: Tim Eaton - from jungle missionary pilot to kingdom entrepreneur

Christian Economic Forum Podcast

We are excited to share the story of CEF Member Tim Eaton on today's podcast. Tim shares his incredible journey from missionary pilot in the jungles of Peru to founding nutraceutical company NutraMedix which gives 50% of its profits to support missions. Tim provides great insight on building and scaling a successful business founded around biblical values while having an impact in the lives of customers and employees, in the communities where they source their products, as well as through generosity with profits.

46mins

19 Oct 2020

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DnB Ep 273: Nikola Tesla Owner of the Future with Tim Eaton of the Tesla Science Foundation

HC Universal Network

In this episode of the Dudes n Beer podcast host Christopher Jordan welcomes to the show Tim Eaton, board member at large and head of media for The Tesla Science Foundation to discuss their mission and shedding light on one of the most mysterious and greatest scientific minds of all time, Nikola Tesla.From working with Thomas Edison to designing wireless technology Nikola Tesla was known to the media as “The Wizard of electricity”. Boasting technological wonders and leaps that seemed far beyond their time and around 300 patents to his name internationally, Tesla was a man who seemed to have one foot steeped in the industrial age and the other planted squarely in science fiction. After his death, the resulting raid on his lab and confiscation of his private documents and personal possessions by US Customs and Immigration is still one of the biggest unsolved mysteries and the source of numerous conspiracy theories…but what truth is there to it? Why is the Tesla Science Foundation dedicated to the preservation of Nikola Tesla’s technological legacy and what can we do to help turn his decommissioned Toronto Niagra Power Plant into a museum to help commemorate his incredible work?Join the Dudes n Beer podcast as we discuss the mission of the Tesla Science Foundation and how we can keep the dreams of the visionary of Nikola Tesla alive in a modern society and beyond.The Dudes n Beer podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE Dudes n Beer Podcast app for Android and iDevices or visit our LISTEN LIVE page and join the conversation.

1hr 3mins

10 Jun 2020

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DnB Ep 273: Nikola Tesla Owner of the Future with Tim Eaton of the Tesla Science Foundation

Dudes n Beer Podcast

In this episode of the Dudes n Beer podcast host Christopher Jordan welcomes to the show Tim Eaton, board member at large and head of media for The Tesla Science Foundation to discuss their mission and shedding light on one of the most mysterious and greatest scientific minds of all time, Nikola Tesla.From working with Thomas Edison to designing wireless technology Nikola Tesla was known to the media as “The Wizard of electricity”. Boasting technological wonders and leaps that seemed far beyond their time and around 300 patents to his name internationally, Tesla was a man who seemed to have one foot steeped in the industrial age and the other planted squarely in science fiction. After his death, the resulting raid on his lab and confiscation of his private documents and personal possessions by US Customs and Immigration is still one of the biggest unsolved mysteries and the source of numerous conspiracy theories…but what truth is there to it? Why is the Tesla Science Foundation dedicated to the preservation of Nikola Tesla’s technological legacy and what can we do to help turn his decommissioned Toronto Niagra Power Plant into a museum to help commemorate his incredible work?Join the Dudes n Beer podcast as we discuss the mission of the Tesla Science Foundation and how we can keep the dreams of the visionary of Nikola Tesla alive in a modern society and beyond.The Dudes n Beer podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE Dudes n Beer Podcast app for Android and iDevices or visit our LISTEN LIVE page and join the conversation.

1hr 3mins

10 Jun 2020

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DnB Ep 273: Nikola Tesla Owner of the Future with Tim Eaton of the Tesla Science Foundation

HC Universal Network

In this episode of the Dudes n Beer podcast host Christopher Jordan welcomes to the show Tim Eaton, board member at large and head of media for The Tesla Science Foundation to discuss their mission and shedding light on one of the most mysterious and greatest scientific minds of all time, Nikola Tesla.From working with Thomas Edison to designing wireless technology Nikola Tesla was known to the media as “The Wizard of electricity”. Boasting technological wonders and leaps that seemed far beyond their time and around 300 patents to his name internationally, Tesla was a man who seemed to have one foot steeped in the industrial age and the other planted squarely in science fiction. After his death, the resulting raid on his lab and confiscation of his private documents and personal possessions by US Customs and Immigration is still one of the biggest unsolved mysteries and the source of numerous conspiracy theories…but what truth is there to it? Why is the Tesla Science Foundation dedicated to the preservation of Nikola Tesla’s technological legacy and what can we do to help turn his decommissioned Toronto Niagra Power Plant into a museum to help commemorate his incredible work?Join the Dudes n Beer podcast as we discuss the mission of the Tesla Science Foundation and how we can keep the dreams of the visionary of Nikola Tesla alive in a modern society and beyond.The Dudes n Beer podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE Dudes n Beer Podcast app for Android and iDevices or visit our LISTEN LIVE page and join the conversation.

1hr 4mins

10 Jun 2020

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Tim Eaton

THE OFF TRACK EXPERIENCE

Today on the podcast I sit down with a guy that’s been racing in Australia for close to two decades now and still seems to have the same love for it as he did when he started. Tim Eaton started off his racing career in downhill and moved himself to the pointy end of racing very quick and stayed there for years but now he has moved himself over to the enduro side.This year he will be competing in several EWS’s and will be pushing to secure a ride in 2021. I wish Timmy all the best luck for the upcoming season. Enjoy!

1hr 21mins

18 Oct 2019

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101. Tim Eaton (EPA)- Regulators mount up_PX

Urban Broadcast Collective

In this episode of PlanningxChange, Tim Eaton, Executive Director of Regulatory Standards, Assessments & Permissioning at the State of Victoria's Environmental Protection Authority is interviewed about current issues. These are many. In recent times, environmental issues have been constantly in the headlines, with a recycling crisis, chemical warehouse fires, distrust of government agencies and the general concern at the impacts of a rapidly expanding population. Tim speaks of the need of the EPA to have resolve and be seen primarily as a regulator. There is also the need to provide guidance and in some cases education to local authorities, industry, planning decisions makers and the general community.The EPA has been in existence nearly 50 years (commenced operations on 1 July 1971) and in this time there have been massive improvements in air quality, water quality and general amenity levels (ie. noise, odour etc). Tim speaks to the new environemnt provisions currently up for debate which some see as being too vague, broad and onerous (the burden of proof test, vague definitions about wellbeing including mental well being etc). Tim makes the case that these provisions suit the times. In the interview issues such as 'nocebo' are discussed, that being the stress caused by thinking of potential health issues. In a world where bad news headlines fill the community with dread, it is worth recognising the great environmental standards now achieved in first world nations and the expectation that these standards should be enjoyed by all on the planet. The interview throws up interesting facts such as there are 20,000 littering reports made by the general public to the EPA each year. Or that one hundred years ago, 1 in 4 deaths in the USA were attributed to contaminated water. The interview was recorded in front of a live audience (a first for PX) at the VPELA Conference held in Lorne late August 2019. Our thanks to VPELA for the invitation. For more details about PlanningxChange podcasts go to www.planningxchange.org. Interview released 16 October 2019.

42mins

15 Oct 2019

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PlanningxChange 56 with Tim Eaton - EPA (Environmental Regulator)

PlanningXChange

In PX56, the interview subject is Tim Eaton, Executive Director of Regulatory Standards, Assessments & Permissioning at the EPA, the State of Victoria's environmental protection authority. In recent times, environmental problems have been constantly in the headlines, with a recycling crisis, chemical warehouse fires and general concern about the impacts of a rapidly growing population's waste. The interview was recorded before a live audience (a first for PX) at the VPELA State Conference in Lorne.  Tim speaks of the need to be seen as a regulator and provide guidance and in some cases education to local authorities, industries, planning review boards and the general community. The EPA has been in existence nearly 50 years (commenced operations 1 July 1971) and in this time massive improvements have been made to air, water and general amenity levels (noise etc). Tim speaks to the new environmental regulations proposed and the different emphasis these controls have on user responsibilities. In a world where bad news headlines fill the community with environmental dread, it is worth noting the very high standards of environmental quality now achieved and high community interest in the continued valuing of the environment in all its forms. Interview released 15 October 2019. Podcast produced by Zak Willsallen of Complete Podcasting Services. For more details go to www.planningxchange.org.

42mins

15 Oct 2019

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08: The Square Kilometre with Tim Eaton

Libya Matters

In this episode, Tim Eaton, Research Fellow in the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House, joins Elham to talk money. By discussing how politics and economics in Libya intersect and influence each other, Tim walks us through the conflict war economy in Libya, how the economic structure itself has helped fuel the conflict, and who is really benefitting from this situation.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review and a 5 STAR rating on iTunes. You can find Tim Eaton on Twitter as @el_khawaga**Checkout Lawyers for Justice work at https://www.libyanjustice.org**Support our work by a single or regular donation at https://www.bit.ly/lfjldonate**Stay in the loop with Libya Matters by subscribing here: http://bit.ly/libyamatters-newsletter**Stay in the loop with Lawyers for Justice in Libya by subscribing here: http://bit.ly/lfjl-newsletter

1hr 6mins

4 Sep 2019

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