In this episode, Brock talks with Sarah Morgan
Sarah Morgan is a multimedia journalist and a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army reserve. She's formerly worked at local news stations and the Associated Press. In this conversation we talk about what it takes to make it as a journalist including the deep expertise it requires to balance multiple inputs into one cohesive story. We talk about the question "Why do I care" which drives home the power of personal story. She also talks about the state of news and reporting today and the parallels she sees in the military.
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Whether you’re in the service for four years or twenty, you have learned skills, led teams, and learned what it takes to execute under pressure. While those past successes are valuable, they don’t always translate to a life or career when you get your DD214.
Join Tim and Brock as they break down the skills and strategies current and former military members are using to build a successful careers on the outside the service.
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