The full title of the book is Gorilla Mindset: How to Control Your Thoughts and Emotions to Live Life on Your Terms. Let’s be blunt. Your biggest problem in getting to where you want to go is facing you in the mirror. Or more precisely, the shitstorm inside of your head. All the negative self-talk, and other gibberish swirling around in there is sapping all your strength. So instead of all the other guys peddling Mind Control stuff, what if you paid attention to a guy that overcame drug addiction and suicidal thoughts by developing a method to merge mind and body.
John Bishop encounters one of the most endangered animals on Earth for a brand new ITV show - and discovers they and his family have more in common than he ever imagined. Filming in the forests of Rwanda for John Bishop’s Gorilla Adventure, the comedian realises adolescent male Mountain Gorillas are just like his teenage sons – bulging muscles but no sense. Plus they fart, flirt and pick their noses. Produced by Tigress Productions, part of Endemol Shine Group and Lola Entertainment, this 1x60 film follows John as he joins a group of vets who have dedicated their lives to saving the, sadly, precious few Mountain Gorillas left in the wild rugged mountains and valleys between the borders of Rwanda, Congo and Uganda, which were made famous to UK viewers by David Attenborough’s iconic sequence filmed among them in the 1970s..But, as John discovers, the good news is their work is paying off. Although they now number fewer than 900, when head vet Mike Cranfield started in 1998 there were barely 600 gorillas left. Now their numbers are increasing strongly, but only through the constant vigilance of the Gorilla Doctors.