Dr. Michael Mol

Name
Dr. Michael Mol
Degree
MBChB
Company
MMI Holdings (Hello Doctor)
Presentation Title
Its Your Move: Be a Better you
Content Focus Area
Individual Level
Best Practice
Biographical information related to the topic
A trauma doctor turned TV personality with a Mr. South Africa title in the mix, Michael traded the casualty room for the small screen and anchored Top Billing, South Africa’s longest running prime time television magazine show, for more than a decade, scooping up several critically acclaimed awards along the way.

Michael’s passion for discerning what makes people tick led him to co-founding TomorrowToday – helping organizations navigate the ‘New World of Work’ followed by The Revolution Group – helping people unearth what they were born to do through discovering their innate strengths. He has spoken to companies around the world and has been recognized as one of the SA’s top business speakers with a Hall of Fame distinction.

Business aside, in 2010, Michael launched SABC 3’s live morning show Expresso, as anchor presenter. Then as Executive Producer and presenter he melded his passion for medicine and media and produced two new TV series: “Hello Doctor” and “The Dr. Mol Show” with a vision to educate, entertain and inspire people to live their best life, by being the healthiest they can be. Watched by over a million people weekly, the show was part of a bigger vision to give every South African access to personal, affordable and quality healthcare through access to doctors via their mobile phones.

That vision became a reality with “Hello Doctor” – a mobile healthcare company of which he is a founding director. Hello Doctor’s game-changing approach to healthcare, using mobile technology to give anyone access to doctors anytime, anywhere – has spread globally, operating in several countries.

Michael has been commissioned to write a second book, on the back of his first best-selling publication “Your Best Life.”

Abstract
You’re healthy, right?
You sure?
How do you know?

There are no obvious symptoms for the Silent Killers.

Heart disease will kill most of us. More than half the men & women who die from a sudden heart attack
had no symptoms. 5 million South Africans have diabetes, a major cause of heart disease. Diabetes has no obvious symptoms. SA has the highest incidence of high blood pressure for 50yr olds and above in the world. It is the single biggest risk factor for heart disease. 6 million South Africans have it, most unaware that they do. High blood pressure has no symptoms

You may not be sick but that doesn’t mean you’re healthy. Health is not a default setting, if you want to add years to your life and life to your years you’ve got to be PRO-ACTIVE

Some know WHAT to do. Few know HOW to do it. Even fewer know WHY. Without WHY-power there’s no will-power.

Discover your “WHY” with Dr. Michael Mol

Be empowered and inspired to live your best life, by being as healthy as you can be. You owe it to yourself, your family and your business to be a Better you.

Session Description
Just because you’re not sick, doesn’t mean you’re healthy. If you want to add years to your life and life to your years you’ve got to be pro-active. Find out how, but more importantly … find your WHY.
Learning Objective 1
Understand the importance of exercise for health.
Audience Level
Intermediate

You may not be sick but that doesn’t mean you’re healthy.
How do you know you’re healthy? There are no obvious symptoms for the silent killers: high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease. Health is not a default setting. If you want to add years to your life and life to your years you’ve got to be PRO-ACTIVE.

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