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Trina Talk

Trina Talk is a weekly unscripted conversation that will inspire, educate, and empower people of all ages and in all stages of life to focus, pursue their purpose, and keep striving to create the personal or professional life they deserve.

The host, Trina L. Martin, is a motivational speaker, technology consultant, and US Naval Officer.

Trina shares her experiences alongside speaking with brilliant people from around the world who are leaders, business owners, entrepreneurs, and influencers on their struggles and successes which led them to create the life they desired. The conversations will inspire you!


If you like the podcast, please subscribe - it's free!  It's easy to do. Just click one of the links below. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Blubrry, Podbean, and Public Radio.  



Mar 27, 2022

Isabelle Hardesty is a Miami native who uses her creative work to share her experiences growing up in South Florida. She is committed to creating rich and strong female characters in her books. Hardesty wants young people and women of color to see themselves in her novels and know they are a meaningful part of the...

Mar 21, 2022

Iggy Perillo trains leaders and cultivates masterminds for professionals and athletes seeking excellence in their work, sport, and life. She created WSL Leadership to develop leaders and teams who make the world a better place through enhanced connection, communication, and trust. Iggy works with individuals and...

Mar 14, 2022

Jeff Seckendorf is the owner of Coach Me Strong. He works with the Parkinson's community and after COVID started, Jeff found that when gyms and programs closed, Parkinson's patients were not exercising and their diseases were progressing.
Being a masters bicycle racer and having been coached for a decade, Jeff applied...

Mar 8, 2022

Dorsey was born on January 16th, 1977, with a congenital disability known as Apert’s Syndrome. When Dorsey was born, his forehead was pushed outward, his nose and mouth were pushed inward, and his fingers and toes were fused, meaning he had no individual movement of them. Doctors gave Dorsey’s parents no hope for...