Motivation to live your best and bravest life
Tiffany Johnson shares her feelings and reflections with such honesty, openness and authenticity allowing her readers and audiences to embrace every detail of her extraordinary story.
Dr Silvia Seibold
Filled with passion for building positivity and hope to live your best and bravest life. Audiences are enthralled with her story of survival from the 1999 Swiss Canyoning Disaster.
Tiffany’s message of resilience and overcoming adversity in your life, inspires audiences to walk bravely out into the world.
Resilience in the face of Disaster
Tiffany talks about the horrific experience of being washed away in the flash flood. Her message is clear. Live your best and bravest life.
Tiffany Johnson is a survivor of the 1999 Swiss Canyoning Disaster – Switzerland’s largest-ever natural disaster – that took the lives of 21 young tourists and guides.
Tiffany’s journey began in a search for self. She sought her truth unsuccessfully as she journeyed out of rural Australia to University and tropical resorts, through messy relationships and ultimately overseas to Europe. She came to see that her life was as big as a mountain, only for the world which she was creating to come crashing down in the 1999 Swiss Canyoning Disaster. Returning home to Australia, back to where her journey began, she was diagnosed with life-threatening injuries that still affect her daily health and wellbeing 20 years on.
A Powerful Story Teller
From the moment she chose to keep moving forward in the search for self, Tiffany has had many moments to question if she could achieve her goals. Even though she kept facing obstacles, she would find another way of achieving the outcome she was looking for.
Sharing the tools she has used to live her best and bravest life, including her positive mindset. Audiences leave, no only inspired, but with the tools to walk out and live their lives bravely, whatever that looks like for them.
Living with chronic illness
Life as an insulin-dependent diabetic is no joy ride. There are no holidays from diabetes. Tiffany explains how she has learned to live her life ‘wearing her pancreas on the outside’.
In this very practical talk, Tiffany explains the role that
Tiffany is an advocate for Diabetes Australia and related organisations and charities. She has been featured in the Diabetes Australia magazine, Circle.