“If you’re ready to tap into the infinite power that is within you and truly see what is POSSIBLE, this is the book for you. In a fun and practical way Michael will be your coach and guide as you take on the impossible. Take a leap of trust today and prepare to be amazed at the results.”

Iyanla Vanzant

“Michael Neill’s Creating the Impossible liberates us from limitations and ignites the fire of creativity that yearns to find free expression in, as, and through us. Whatever your dream, this book will be your trustworthy guide for cultivating the creative courage to bring it into manifestation.” – Michael Beckwith


“What I love about Michael’s work is the accessibility. There’s no ego attached, no grandiose musings, just thought provoking conversations and real tools to give us the power to turn ideas into reality. Buy it. Read it. Mostly importantly use it.”

– Shaa Wasmund MBE

Creating the Impossible is the latest in the nourishing flow of enlightenment from Michael Neill. What impresses me most about all his books is that they are incredibly three-dimensional—something happens in the reading of them that connects your consciousness to the power of the words. Read it and be changed.”
” – Gay Hendricks, Ph.D

Michael Neill is an internationally renowned transformative coach and the best-selling author of six books including Creating the ImpossibleThe Inside-Out Revolution and The Space Within. His weekly radio show, Living from the Inside Out, has been a listener favorite on Hay House Radio for over a decade and his TEDx talk, ‘Why Aren’t We Awesomer?’, has been viewed by over 200,000 people around the world.

​His weekly blog and podcast, Caffeine for the Soul, is now in its 18th year and going strong!

This week on Hay House Radio

#DailyCreation

Is it possible to create something from nothing every single day?

You can listen to the show this and every Thursday – simply go to hayhouseradio.com at 12pm Pacific / 3pm Eastern / 8pm UK.

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Caffeine for the Soul

Five Things I Remember from the Week My Father Died

My dad died on February 12th, 1992 – twenty six years ago today. He was hit by a car crossing the street in my home town. The kid driving the car had only had his license for a week, and was neither drunk nor speeding – he just didn’t notice my dad in the crosswalk until it was too late….

The Three Levels of Change Revisited

The first book I wrote after stumbling across the inside-out understanding was called Supercoach: 10 Secrets to Transform Anyone’s Life. At the time, I thought I was definitively laying out a new paradigm in understanding human behavior…

What it Feels Like to Be a Millionaire

On Sunday, I was preparing to do a FB Live for the Creating the Impossible online program and reflecting on how to demonstrate the difference between something we want to create for its own sake and something we chase after in the world hoping it will make us feel a certain way when we catch it…

The Highest Goals of Transformative Coaching

I’ve spent the past week in the company of a group of amazing, committed, and curious souls who came together for the first five days of Supercoach Academy 2018. In preparing for the week, I reflected at length about the nature of happiness, insight, creating, success, the Three Principles, life, and the whole field of coaching…

Cultivating Freedom of Mind

One morning I was driving my daughter Maisy to school when she asked me, ‘If you had a dollar for every time you overthought things, how rich would you be?’
I laughed in recognition of the fact that in the economy of overthinkers, I would be a wealthy man indeed….

Would You Rather be Right, Happy, or Effective?

One of fascinating things about the inside-out understanding – the fact that our personal realities are made up of thought – is that it lets us take a look behind the scenes of the human experience and make sense of why we’re happy and effective…

Are you ready to make your dreams come true?

I’ve been working with high performers for over 25 years. One of my more memorable teaching experiences came a few years back when I was facilitating a group of coaches in New York City and someone asked a question about ‘the limits of human creativity.’ After letting the conversation run for a bit…

What if I Don’t Know What I Want to Create in 2018?

My university-age daughter is currently reading a preview copy of  Creating the Impossible: A 90 Day Program to Get your Dreams Out of Your Head and Into the World. She’s enjoying it, but recently voiced a question I get surprisingly often..

The culmination of a year-long project I embarked on with Hay House last March – an eight part video series on the Three Principles, filmed live in front of a studio audience and presented in a series of progressive and “bite-sized” lessons. The program is called The Path of Effortless Change, and you can read all about it, watch a video intro, and order your copy by clicking here.

A few months back, Ajit Nawalkha, the CEO of Evercoach, asked me if I could create a program specifically designed to teach executive coaches how to bring the inside-out understanding into their work. I’m delighted with the way the program came out, and am excited that it’s now available for purchase!

In Impacting Leaders: The Art & Science of Coaching in the Modern World, I share the best of what I’ve learned in over 25 years of coaching CEOs, celebrities, royalty and high achievers in every area of life. It’s perfect for principles-based coaches who want to work with high-impact clients no matter how successful, famous, or wealthy they already are. It’s also the perfect introduction to coaching from the inside-out for executive coaches who want to bring this understanding into their work.

To take your coaching practice to the next level, please click here to learn more.

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