Wanis criticized television executives for ignoring Charlie Sheen's violent behavior against his wife (Sheen pleaded guilty to assaulting Brooke Mueller in 2010) and for waiting for Sheen to make partial racial slurs against his boss before firing Sheen from the hit TV show "Two and a Half Men." In July 2010, eight months prior to Charlie Sheen’s infamous meltdown, Wanis told Alan Stock of Newsradio 840 KXNT Las Vegas and Russ Morley 850 WFTL Newstalk radio Miami: "We are showing favoritism towards Charlie Sheen.We watch Charlie Sheen on his weekly TV show and for almost 7 years, and we welcome his TV character and welcome him in life as a bad boy but we refuse to see him as a man who has abused a woman.Wanis directed and co-hosted the "1991 Miss Africa World Beauty Pageant." In the Gambia, West Africa, Wanis observed and studied the link between the belief in spells, curses, Juju, witchcraft, healing doctors (using witchcraft) and the behavior of the Gambian people and their various tribes.Wanis concluded that the spells and curses only had power over those people who believed in them, forming a basis for his later work and studies in hypnotherapy and the power of the mind and beliefs.
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Wanis began to read books about hypnosis and hypnotherapy to provide a convincing show and hypnotic induction.
One day in Cozumel, Wanis decided to leave a few volunteers up on stage with the stooges/actors as an experiment and two of those volunteers became hypnotized during the hypnotic induction. in Pennsylvania with degrees in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Advanced Hypnotherapy.
He also won First Prize in the Australian Tourism Awards for Tas Travel – his weekly syndicated radio show.
Wanis next became a talk show host for Canberra’s news/talk radio 2CA and Political reporter for Ten News television, in Canberra interviewing the Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke on television on numerous occasions and interviewing the candidates for Canberra’s inaugural state elections before becoming executive producer of 3AK Talk-back radio in Melbourne, serving as executive producer for the Don Chipp morning radio show and hosting his own afternoon drive talk show.