Nov 10, 2020
This week’s episode begins with a favorite blog post of mine that was very popular, that I’ve never actually shared on this podcast. It’s called The Value of a ‘Why Not?’ List.
A few years back, Tony Wrighton’s life was changed by a tropical virus after some overseas travel. For three months, he languished in bed, while even the top specialists in London were unable to determine how to treat him. He describes feeling “sad and weak … as if I had chronic fatigue syndrome.”
And yet, I can tell you after a half hour chat with Tony, he is anything but that.
This man – whose podcast is rightly called Zestology – has an infectious love for life, a natural exuberance, and boundless joie de vivre. These days he’s also especially excited about ‘tapping’, also known as EFT, the Emotional Freedom Technique. For it was EFT that actually healed his strange disease. After a skilled practitioner tapped on Tony’s face the very first time, he had an intense emotional release. And soon the virus was completely gone.
Join us as Tony talks about maintaining a zestful life, and what his ‘magic bullet’ is for Emergency Zest as needed.
… and just a great general ramble through all kinds of interesting topics around energy, healing and pure love for life!
Suzanne’s 72 Hour Sale on the Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women Video Course
Suzanne’s essay, The Value of a Why Not List
Tony’s top-rated Podcast: Zestology
Links to Tony’s 3 books on Amazon
Tony Wrighton is the host of top-rated podcast Zestology, interviewing a wide range of experts in the field of health and personal development, and having lots of fun along the way. He regularly appears as a guest on other shows talking about energy, vitality, and motivation.
Tony has been a presenter on Sky Sports in the UK since 2006. He is a regular on Sky Sports News HQ, and also the regular presenter of Golfing World. He hosts a roster of other sports on Sky Sports channels 1-5.
Tony is also a personal development author and presenter. He has three books published with Virgin Books in 12 languages and is one of the country's foremost experts on NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming).