Over the last couple of weeks I've been to a couple of festivals in the West Country. The Tolpuddle Festival in Dorset, (shaking Jeremy Corbyn's hand possibly the highlight of that one.) And Yoga Connects festival in Glastonbury, where I was also speaking. It was my third time there, and it lived up to the other two - what an awesome weekend of fun, exercise and a few drinks too.
I bumped into this fella, someone I've been meaning to interview for a long time, if only I could get hold of him for more than 5 minutes!
Author Brett Moran has lived an incredible life of ups and downs. Brett's life changed forever when serving time because of a drug deal. He found himself in the prison library and stumbled across a book on meditation. The story is quite something - and it's all in the podcast.
In a nutshell, listen to this podcast to find more love, joy and happiness through simple gratitude practices and living more authentically.
He really does live in the present. I'm inspired to do that more after hanging out with him. Simple!
It's Q and A time and all these topics are discussed.
Okay, you're totally wondering what a Squatty Potty is now aren't you. Check it out - apparently it's a way to, er, get more primal when you go to the toilet. Our ancestors squatted for centuries before the invention of the modern day toilet. In fact, the majority of the world's population still squats today! So it's perhaps not as weird as it sounds.
Dr. Stephen Simpson is one of my regular Zestology guests and good friends. He is an Elite Performance Coach, and works with top professional poker players such as Chris Moorman and Liv Boeree on helping them achieve their potential in every area of their lives.
Today's podcast is Dr. Steve and me answering your questions. Thank you for posting them, remember to let me know what you think, and if you have any questions for future episodes that's cool too...
Are you ready for a Brain Boost?
That's the name of my friend Karl's new podcast. When I spoke to my friend Karl Morris on Zestology a while back, it got a big response. He's a leading performance coach in the world of sport and kind of a big deal (though he'd be far too modest to admit that himself).
This time, he's now started a podcast himself and it's been fun chatting to him about his ideas for it. I know he'll be a huge success in the podcast world because he's so damn good at what he does, and I was honoured to be interviewed by him on his new show.
So here, with kind permission of Karl, is the interview we recorded. Enjoy (and remember this link is a special day early link).
And if you like Karl, you can listen to more of him on Zestology on episodes 5 and 83.
I'm not going to lie, sometimes I worry about getting older. Do you?
Laura Coe is an entrepreneur, podcast host, philosophy lover and certified life coach. She's a brilliant podcast guest, because she tells us in simple terms how age is just a number, and there's no need to worry about it. Hmm, sounds good.
The podcast is all about energy, and feeling good as you get older is all part of that, I reckon. As you'll hear I'm sceptical... but I'm happy to admit Laura is good
So who is this Laura Coe? She had a high-powered corporate career, and when I say high-powered, she was right at the top. But then something dramatic happened, and everything changed. You'll hear about that too. Laura's a repeat Zestology guest - because I know people enjoyed listening last time.
Okay lifehackers and energy seekers, you'll enjoy this one. Coming up:
Maneesh Sethi is the voice behind the outstanding website Hack The System and the brains behind Pavlok - a gadget that literally shocks you into shape. He’s worked with major influencers like Tim Ferris, he’s a famous DJ in Berlin, and he’s even hosted a TV show on the Travel Channel. Is there anything that this guy can’t do?
I guess the best way to describe him is - lifehacker. And he has invented the device below. Listen in for more.