Mental Fitness

Train your mind to handle adversity

Find uplifting and inspiring stories, podcasts, videos and tips from arists, athletes, misison partners and community members who have learned to maintain their Mental Fitness and the strategies they use to thrive and flourish.

The Science of Success

A Podcast with Mat Bodnar

Matt Bodnar, named to “Forbes 30 Under 30” and partner in multiple “Inc Fastest Growing Companies,” is a deal maker and strategy expert who has scaled businesses across multiple industries. Matt is the Chairman of Fresh Technology, a Managing Partner of the Fresh Capital Group, and the Partner who lead acquisitions for the Fresh Holdings  portfolio for the last 9 years. Learn more about Matt. Learn more about the podcast.

John's Toast Mental Health Minutes

By Chris Madigan

John’s Toast is a few moments, once a year, to remember those we have lost too soon and celebrate the love we have for friends and family. John’s Toast is a celebration of life, love and laughter that brings anyone participating a few moments of carefree reflection to their life.

We Recommend 


The Genius of Marian (Banker White & Anna Fitch, 2014)

Filmmaker Banker White documents his mother, Pam White, in the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease. 

Watch on Amazon Prime

The Social Dilemma (Jeff Orlowski, 2020)

A Netflix film. “This documentary-drama hybrid explores the dangerous human impact of social networking, with tech experts sounding the alarm on their own creations.”

Watch on Netflix

Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (Marina Zenovich, 2018)

A closer look at the life of comedian and actor, Robin Williams, and how it was impacted by substance abuse, dementia, and his career.

Watch on Amazon Prime

Feature Films

Silver Linings Playbook (David A. Russel, 2012)

A Netflix film. “After a stint in a mental hospital, Pat moves in with his parents and tries to win back his wife, until he meets a woman who’s as unstable as he is.”

Watch on Netflix

A Beautiful Mind (Ron Howard, 2001)

“This movie, based on a true story, highlights the life of John Forbes Nash, Jr. (Russel Crow), a mathematical savant who lived with schizophrenia. The movie beautifully captures the challenges John faced throughout his life, including paranoia and delusions that altered his promising career and deeply affected his life.”

Watch on Amazon Prime

The Skeleton Twins (Ron Howard, 2001)

“The opening scene of Skeleton Twins shows the film’s main characters, Milo (Bill Hader) and Maggie (Kristen Wiig), both attempting suicide. Milo’s attempt lands him in the hospital, which reunites the brother and sister after 10 years of estrangement. Both characters express their depression in candid and humorous ways as they learn to accept each other and themselves.”

Watch on Hulu