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Profile Aaron Linsdau

Aaron Linsdau

Travels from: Atlanta, Georgia

Keynote Speaker

Topics

Adversity, Attitude, Courage, Risk, Safety

I help organizations become more resilient so they can overcome adversity to achieve greater sales.

Fun Facts About Aaron

Things I can’t live without: Adventure, love, inspiration

My favorite piece of advice: There will always be naysaysers to your dreams. Ignore them and find supporters—it makes all the difference

Describe yourself in one word: Humble

One thing you would like to check off your bucket list? Set foot on the North Pole

Things I love: Adventure, outdoors, family

Aaron Linsdau is the second only American to ski alone from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole, setting a world record for surviving the longest expedition ever for that trip. He has walked across Yellowstone National Park in winter, crossed the Greenland tundra alone, has trekked through the Sahara desert, attempted to climb Denali solo twice, and successfully climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and Mt. Elbrus in Russia.

Aaron is an Eagle Scout and has received the Outstanding Eagle Scout Award. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in computational science.

Aaron wrote the book & produced the film Antarctic Tears as well as Lost at Windy Corner. He also wrote the thirteen guidebooks for the 2017 total eclipse.

He is an expert at building resilience to overcoming adversity. He speaks professionally about risk, safety, and methods for overcoming challenges using his stories and experiences.

Contact Aaron

Email: alinsdau@yahoo.com

Website: www.aaronlinsdau.com

Phone: 760-473-1657

KEYNOTES

Topics: Adversity, Attitude, Courage

Title: Eat Raw Butter and Ask For More: Change Individuals Into Powerful Contributors

Inspire your organization to achieve great accomplishments with polar explorer Aaron Linsdau. Using the drama of extreme exploration, he shows audiences how to maintain a positive attitude in the face of overwhelming adversity by using stories from his world record expedition to the South Pole in Antarctica.

Your team will take away an understanding of how to persevere through the toughest conditions on the planet and apply them to their challenges.

Audience members will learn how to build resilience through Aaron’s approach. They will have a new vision of how to become a peak performer to overcome adversity with this keynote.

Realize the value of:
•How to overwhelm challenges with attitude positivity
•The secret ingredients of grit and courage to build resilience
•What it takes to persevere through the toughest of times

Aaron’s program is a must-see talk if you want to obtain powerful results. Maximize the individual performance of team members and leaders to reach your organization’s goals.

Topics: Risk, Safety
Safety in the Extreme: Every Action Matters

During Aaron’s expedition to the South Pole, he had to manage every aspect of his safety and health every day.

It takes constant concentration to avoid life-threatening dangers in extreme environments.
Travel in polar regions alone is like being on Mars – often there’s no one on Earth who can help in the event of an accident.

He shares techniques with audiences about how a mindful safety attitude makes all the difference in returning home alive and in one piece in this keynote.

Safety Program Focus
•Sweat the details – small things make a big difference.
•Big disasters rarely happen out of nowhere. They start as a series of small mishaps from poor decisions to create life-threatening situations.
•Avoid safety burnout from complacency – create a Mindful Safety environment 100% of the time.
•Safety is a personal responsibility. It cannot be delegated to someone else.

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