Tiffany Martschnik speaks about her military service and current work. She was inspired to join the military while going to college and trying to figure out what she wanted to do with her life. Tiffany originally signed up for four years and then developed a passion for teaching and helping others in her various jobs while serving on active duty and in the Reserves for a total of 24 years. In her last role before retirement, as an instructor she realized that she was ready to serve and help others in a different capacity, one that did not include wearing a uniform. Since her transition into the civilian world, she uses her experiences with trauma and her passion as an …Continue Reading
I’ve been a writer since I was in high school. I began writing for The Flint Journal when I was in 10th Grade for a newspaper they had called WORD UP. I’ve always liked to write and I have always interacted with people one way or another after writing an article. I was also the Editor in Chief of a newspaper for teenagers in the early 2000’s.
I have been a talk show host discussing an array of topics from military life to everyday life since 2006. I’ve met many amazing people over the years thanks to blogging and podcasting. Many write in to give their opinions and feedback, either online or back in the day, via snail mail to …
This podcast is an informational on conflict, boundaries and effective communication within interpersonal relationships and the necessity to clarify where you are in every station of life. I bring to the podcast how I am a ninja level with compartmentalizing my life. How conflicts in personal and professional spaces can create different engagement and intensity levels for me. It is important to reassess your relationships. Don’t water things that you do not want to grow and nurture things, people and relationships that you want to grow. …Continue Reading