In this session, Martin talks more about his name, and why he used his headmaster's initials in his title. He also talks about what he considers is his greatest legacy.
In this session, Martin talks about the legal limitations with the 'psychologist' title, and why it is something that needs to change.
In this session, Martin explains the difference between getting something right and getting something not wrong, and why it is important to know this difference.
In this session, Martin talks about a number of key critiques towards positive psychology and why criticism in science is important.
In this session, Martin explains what he believes was his role in the positive psychology space.
In this session, Martin talks about his belonging to the ‘church’ of wellbeing, sharing the desire to create human flourishing.
In this session, Martin explains his interest in whether one can be both loved and respected.
In this session, Martin delves into his relationship with Chris Peterson and what influences Chris had on Martin that made him a better person.
In this session, Martin explains his role in positive psychology research and the large number of fellow researchers who have influenced what we know about positive psychology today.
In this session, Martin talks about the three things he is grateful for including his family, prosperity and the continued pursuit of positive psychology and wellbeing.