Dr. Mollie Marti interviews Professor Anthony Fleg, MD, MPH, an award-winning innovator in strengths-based approaches to individual and community wellness from the University of New Mexico Medical School. Dr. Fleg specializes in promoting health within indigenous communities. Need a reminder to play to your strengths — or a fresh perspective to move through the pandemic with greater ease? Tune in!
The experience of losing her mother at a young age led Hope Edelman to write books that have sold more than 1 million copies. Dr. Mollie Marti talks with the author of Motherless Daughters, Letters from Motherless Daughters and Motherless Mothers about loss, grief, resilience, healing, and post-traumatic growth. Tune in!
David Rakel – Can you use your very presence to promote health and healing in others? Dr. Mollie Marti and Dr. David Rakel, physician and Chair of the University of New Mexico Medical School’s Department of Family and Community Medicine, bring to life lessons from his book, The Compassionate Connection. How you show up may matter even more than what you do. Join us for this important conversation and share it with other caregivers!
In Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Tessy Antony de Nassau, an international business woman, philanthropist and humanitarian. Tessy’s lessons from her military service, charitable work and as a former member of the Luxembourg royal family will inspire you to dream bigger in service to others. Check out Tessy’s Zoom O’clock shows at her youtube channel
In this special episode of Resiliency Matters, Dr. Mollie Marti talks with one of the world’s leading COVID-19 experts, Dr. Michael Osterholm, founding director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) and author of “Deadliest Enemy: Our War Against Killer Germs”, about preparation, survival, adaptation and growth during the coronavirus pandemic. How can you better protect and support yourself and others? Tune in. Side note, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We would like to get a…
In this special pandemic edition, Dr. Mollie Marti and Bob Burg, co-author of “The Go-Giver” discuss Five Laws for Success: Value, Compensation, Influence, Authenticity, Receptivity. The Go-Giver Way guides you to create value, touch lives, build networks, be real and stay open. How can these guidelines help in work and life as we maneuver the challenges of the pandemic together? Listen in!
In this special pandemic edition, Dr. Mollie Marti discusses resilience and leadership perspectives with Lieutenant General Jeff Buchanan (US Army, Ret) and crisis response expert and director of the Pine Rest EAP, Bob VandePol. What can you do to better lead yourself and others through these challenging times? Listen in!
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with guests Aaron Kampman, former NFL football player and CEO of Align, a business consulting organization – and Joe Urcavich, a longtime chaplain and an alignment advisor. On the show, we are talking about values and authenticity. How can better understanding yourself pave the path to greater resilience? Tune in!
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Renée Bondi, a woman who beat the odds and her physicians’ prognosis after a tragic accident left her with paraplegia. She not only regained her voice to return to her passion of singing but also started a new career as an inspirational speaker and humanitarian. In this special episode, she goes beyond telling her story of adversity, faith, and resilience. Want to hear Renée sing like an angel? Tune in!
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with David Richmond, honored as a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for his work convening UK military charities and governmental agencies engaged in delivering mental health support to veterans and their families. David shares the story of his 4-year journey of recovering from severe war injuries and lessons learned in advising nations on developing recovery services for wounded, injured and ill servicemen, veterans, and families. Tune in!