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Mettle is defined as “courage, strength of spirit; stamina - a staying quality. Firmness in the face of danger with fortitude and resilience. Those in the military and veteran communities embody this mettle. Here we learn about these individuals through their personal stories of grit and perseverance. We gain insight about tools used from their toolbox to push through and overcome obstacles that we can use and apply in our own lives. Tiffany Martschink | info@gap-mettleofhonor.org #YouveGotM ...
 
Courage is Contagious! Catch some from these true stories of brave women who have overcome pain to find purpose. Life’s scars always offer gifts if we are willing to unwrap them. Cowgirl is a spirit, an attitude, and a life lived with conviction, faith, and intention. Brought to you by Mary Fichtner, these heart-felt stories are intended to fill yours and encourage you to live each day with courage.
 
On The Long Game, we highlight stories of courage and conviction on and off the field. From athletes who are breaking barriers for women and girls to a Syrian refugee swimmer who overcame the odds to compete at the Paralympics, The Long Game examines the power of sport to change the world for the better. The Long Game is hosted by Olympic medalist and change agent Ibtihaj Muhammad as she guides the series around the globe to meet athletes who are fighting for change. Our GDPR privacy policy ...
 
Voices of Courage has so many variations of impactful guests with a powerful message. I embrace the opportunity to have myself and others give my listeners things they can learn from or register with to impact their lives. My audience will appreciate the stories and the conquers from others. Mothers with children that have autism are amazing women. Sara J Childs and Maria Daniels are also one of these amazing mothers and businesswomen. They share their story and leave support for others. Hom ...
 
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Meet Brenna and you will be beyond inspired to keep fighting in spite of tragedy. Despite numerous traumas, of many different kinds, Brenna has been able to take the hard things and use them not only to help others but to shine bright in dark places. She is still in the middle of the fight but is winning each battle, one at a time.…
 
Growing up during World War II and losing her mom at the age of 9 threw my mom into changes and challenges that would require more courage than she knew she had. Living a life similar to a foster kid and moving so many times she lost count not only taught her what her gifts were but helped her to embrace them. Meet my beautiful mom, or as my Dad so…
 
Let's learn a little about these amazing people, whom put their hearts into this Summer camp It was a great summer with the team and the kiddos. We did so much so many field trips from the Beach, Amusement Park, Chollas Lake, Boat ride to Coronado...and more. The fun activities in our daily groups with these full of personality and intelligent yout…
 
MILITARY EXPERT: Experienced Civil Servant with a demonstrated history of upholding the core values of integrity, service, and excellence. As the 17th Command Chief Master Sergeant for the Air Force Reserve Command and the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of the Air Force Reserve, I was honored to represent the highest level of enlisted leaders…
 
Kim DeFiori began her military career after graduating from West Point in 2008 as a Military Police (MP) Officer. She deployed shortly after to Afghanistan for a year, serving with military police and infantry companies. She was one of the first women to work alongside Afghan police day and night conducting raids with special operations units. She …
 
Meet Army veteran SGM (R) Michael Weiss of Moyock, North Carolina. Michael originally entered the military from Southern California and retired after more than three decades of uniformed service. He is now the Executive Officer of J3 Khai Restoration., At my first duty station, Fort Sill, Oklahoma (home of the Army’s Field Artillery), I met, then M…
 
Eric Hohman of Austin, Texas served as a Combat Controller for many years in the US. Air Force, he found it difficult to navigate life. Through his personal ups and downs, he felt the effects of being a CCT had an impact on his abilities to perform in the civilian world. He knew others needed assistance at certain times of their life, and so, the F…
 
In honor of Memorial Day, I couldn’t think of a better guest to come on than Scott DeLuzio. However, this only an excerpt of his episode where he speaks about his younger brother, Steven, who was killed in action (KIA) just miles away from him in Afghanistan. His full episode will come out at a later date (in a few weeks). Scott DeLuzio is an Army …
 
Approximately two years ago, Robin Phoenix Johnson retired after over twenty-six years of military service in the United States Army. As a retired veteran, Robin is still on a mission with a different purpose. Her new purpose in life is healing people, organizations, and communities through humor. She created Best Medicine Brigade to BE HEAL*ARIOUS…
 
USMC Veteran Ricky Johnson from Missouri shares his story of life prior to, during, and after military service. Ricky Johnson is a Marine Veteran and North Carolina Certified Peer Support Specialist (with Veteran stamp) and is trained in Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), Question Persuade Refer (QPR) suicide prevention and Trauma Informed Care.…
 
Theresea Carpenter is an active-duty Navy Commander with 25 years of service, including 10 years as an enlisted aviation electrician on the S-3B Viking aircraft. Upon her commissioning in 2006, she became a Surface Warfare Officer and was subsequently accepted into the public affairs community in 2008. She's deployed three times to combat zones. He…
 
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It's no secret. There is a big problem in both the military and veteran communities. What is that problem? Too many suicides attempts and not enough people in these communities getting the help they need for their mental health issues. In this episode, Annette Whittenburg talk about how we think things can improve in these areas.awildridecalledlife…
 
The ugly that came before and during and after. It wasn't as many make to be with just celebrating...but telling g the truth and what really went down and how many were not freed and luves taken when tried and the limitations that were in place for the freedom they expected. To shortly be hit with Jim Crow. Tell The story and not the Nursery Rhyme.…
 
Ian is one of a kind that has done much and still going. Setting a record for oldest man in college football. He has so much he had been through and helping show how suicide is within middle age men.He shows the greatness and importance of helping others yet knowing your own greatness and how you can be what you are ment to be! Ian Hill is attempti…
 
Dr. Anissa Reilly has been in education for over 30 years. For just under the last 15, she has been the principal of an elementary school in a large urban school district. Dr. Reilly received her undergraduate degree from Morgan State University in Baltimore, her Master's Degree from Bank Street College of Education, and her doctorate from The Sage…
 
Heath Phillips is a Navy Veteran in the Myrtle Beach, SC area. While at sea, he fell victim to 10 months of continuous gang rapes by his shipmates. He turned self medicating via drugs, alcohol, illegal substances and even the idea that the only way to move on is suicide. Heath now identifies as a Male MST Survivor and travels around sharing his per…
 
Our deepest wounds can become our greatest miracle. Sandy's life is full of contrast and unexpected turns but proves it's never too late to find your purpose. Through many revelations and lots of challenges Sandy steps from the fire into a beautiful destiny. You will need your biggest net to catch all the courage she shares.…
 
V.O.I.C.E.S. Against Sexual Assault is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization founded by Army veteran Christy Hinnant who serves as the organizations President. | https://www.voicesagainstsa.org/In this episode, you hear Christy shares in this episode about the difficulty of her transition out of the military, being sexually assaulted and subsequently di…
 
In this episode, in the series "Take A Knee with Tiffany," we hear from Army veteran Olivia Nunn (Lieutenant Colonel, Retired). She shares her story about her time as a Chemical Officer when she experienced a physical assault while on deployment as well as her time as a Public Affairs Officer when she was forced to give a hard look at the impact th…
 
Brief casts of information, updates, and more. Today's episode we will see what is going on at the Kentucky Derby and how you feel about teachers and their views on letting students use the restroom how far is far and what's right and what's right for the child--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brandy-singleton-episodes/message…
 
Motto: “Assisting Others In Developing The Audacity To Live Unapologetically Authentic” I am a Mental Alchemist. My purpose is to assist other transmute, transform, and transform through challenges, or periods of liminal space. BecomeAnOutlier.com https://www.whenharrymetdaphne.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brandy-singleton-ep…
 
An idyllic childhood and strong faith shouldn't lead to deception, heartbreak, and a test of faith, but for Rene it did. She shares many tools to mend brokenness and find a way out of despair. Forgiving something she can never forget came down to daily decisions and trusting God. "I will restore to you the years that the swarming locusts ate." Joel…
 
Podcast Creator and Host. Life is a journey. Along the way, we hit tight turns, inclines, and rough terrains where lessons are presented to us. Some of these we discover and learn, and others are presented to us AGAIN later in life. Will we just ignore them and move on, or REDISCOVER the lesson, and grow? Aubrey shares lessons he's learned on his j…
 
Growing up in the country of Trinidad taught Sabrina many things; work ethic, problem-solving, and how to choose warrioress over victimhood. Finding her purpose has been a hard road at times but when she finally listened to the whispers of her heart she found her way. Her greatest mission now is helping other women find their purpose and having the…
 
Fireman Rob is known as a dynamic storyteller with an inspirational voice, on the courage to lead your life. He helps people become greater assets to themselves and others, with the ability to lead with courage, passion and mental strength. As a keynote speaker and breakout facilitator, Fireman Rob engages audiences from corporate clients to high s…
 
CEO Kelsey Walker and I talk about her non profit organization From The Green Desk. Listen as Kelsey shares her story about something Noone should have to go through..and what she does for other women. Abortion, Child loss, PTSD and Recovery, we don't know what someone goes through if we don't show compassion. Read Kelsey's book Face Everything And…
 
He’s a whore exurbs song previous episodes and upcoming episodes of women who have served in the military and what it was like to serve in uniform.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mettle-of-honor/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mettle-of-honor/support
 
Do we ever challenge our own thinking and belief system. Do we just believe what we were told and never even ask or find out or even have this very thought here. In this episode we will cover a human thinking mindset and why? Also we will discuss why do people believe false things even when there's facts presented to them.--- Send in a voice messag…
 
Have you ever heard of the 12th rabbit? A horse trainer once explained that horses and people have a 12th Rabbit. A horse can see one rabbit after another with no reaction until, for unknown reasons, the 12th Rabbit sends them into a frenzy. Mattni had a lot of rabbits but finally met her 12th. Join us on her journey about how she was able to saddl…
 
U.S. Army Veteran Wanda Petty's background consists of being a Chief Executive Human Resource Manager/Trainer at the personnel command level. She's a wounded warrior with 21 years in the active-duty service in the U.S. Army and is passionate about helping service members and veterans. She has over 25 years' experience of recruiting and training. As…
 
Alan Baker is a high-performance coach and an internationally recognized martial arts & self-defense expert. He has been training continuously in the Martial Arts since 1981 and teaching since 1990. Alan has 40 years of continuous experience in the arts. He is the author of The Warrior's Path: A Warrior Based Approach To Personal Change and is the …
 
The inside story of an amazing woman who lived through harrowing and tumultuous times in Ukraine as a young girl. As she shares the details of the many years she and her family lived in fear for their lives we get a true look at what true courage is. A timely story of how she and her family survived is one you will want to hear.…
 
Tabatha Bartley | USMC Vet | Public Affairs | Veteran Advocate | Project Manager, Unit Campaigns at Purdue Research Foundation | Tabatha is the Chapter Director for the Women Veteran's Alliance (Lafayette, Indiana). She brings her experience from her time in the Marine Corps in Public Affairs in the civilian sector as a public relations specialist.…
 
Voices Of Courage & Amazing Black Men In Business Christopher is a Parts Manager Professional and knows his stuff! This show is something we all need to hear! Parts Talk is an interactive engagement with individuals who share their wealth of knowledge and expertise working in the auto industry. Their passion... Twitter @partsmanagerpro Instagram @p…
 
Tiffany Martschink, originally from Charleston, South Carolina, joined the military after a semester of college. Originally, she was going to join the military as a Bandsman (she plays 5 instruments!), but after she passed the required audition for Tuba, she would have to wait 6 months before being able to ship out to basic training and AIT. Instea…
 
Yes, you read that right! This episode talks about faith, foster kids, and fortitude. You won't believe this story but you will learn that forgiveness is possible through God in all situations! Get even more details of this true but unbelievable story in Deb Moerke's book, Murder, Motherhood, and Miraculous Grace. Available on Amazon and her websit…
 
The awful violence in a classroom in Vegas and the lack of helping a student which was not easy to watch. This and much more. We must start standing on something and stop blaming all on this system so we don't have to step up. It's up to you..us..people.. change starts with you...not them.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brandy-single…
 
It’s no coincidence that factories and toxic waste facilities have been built near poor communities and communities of color. It’s part of the larger systems of racism that exist all over the world. But for a long time, the people most affected by environmental threats have been largely absent from the broader conversation. But there’s one environm…
 
This weeks episode is not like previous episodes heard on The Mettle of Honor Podcast. We’re gonna talk about what this second season of the podcast is gonna be looking like and here’s some clips from the upcoming episodes. We will also hear Erika Kelly and Lefford Fate talk about the book they co-authored. It’s entitled, “P.E.R.S.I.S.T.E.N.C.E.: L…
 
In 2012, Annet Negesa qualified to represent Uganda in the 800-meter run at the London Olympics. But just weeks before the Games, she got a call from her agent. A test had shown high levels of naturally-occurring testosterone in her blood. She would not be allowed to compete. In an attempt to restore her eligibility, Annet underwent a serious, irre…
 
My experience and role I share in this podcast along with funny times. But educating people on what teaching really is what role parents need to keep in mind and how they need to make sure they educate themselves on what is being taught, the common core, and being a part of the school in building relationships with them https://cantgetenoughpodcast…
 
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