Tony Wrighton – Neurofeedback, Decluttering & Alpha State: #286

Dave Asprey

Why you should listen –

Tony Wrighton is the host of top-rated podcast Zestology, where he interviews a wide range of experts in the field of health and personal development. Tony has been a presenter on Sky Sports since 2006 and is a regular on Sky Sports News HQ. He’s embraced the Bulletproof lifestyle and joins Dave today on Bulletproof Radio to talk about neurofeedback, bluetooth radiation, controlling inner voice, stress and language hacks, using NLP and more. Enjoy the show!

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Quote: “The ability to simply let go and accept what happens means that you can live in the moment.” – Tony Wrighton

Tweet: The ability to simply let go and accept what happens means that you can live in the moment. @TonyWrighton @BulletproofExec

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