Michael Neill is an internationally renowned transformative coach and the best-selling author of six books including Supercoach: 10 Secrets to Transform Anyone’s Life,  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!

New Programs and Events

A three week deep dive into the nature of business with Michael Neill.

 Beginning on the 6th of May, we’ll meet online each day (Monday to Friday) for three consecutive weeks.

One day event with Dicken Bettinger in London

June 5th 🇬🇧

Small group coaching intensives with Michael Neill. 

May 6th-7th 🇺🇸 June 6th-7th 🇬🇧

Read the latest from Caffeine for the Soul

Leveraging Impact and Change

For nearly 30 years, I’ve been exploring the source of impact in working with others, seeking answers to questions like:

What are the differences that make a real and lasting difference?
What works most of the time as opposed to occasionally?
How do you follow Hippocrates dictum to “first, do no harm”?

The question I’ve probably spent the most time exploring is this:

How do we maximize impact while minimizing the time and effort it takes to consistently achieve it?

Are You Here?

A few years back, I was being interviewed for an article on leadership when the interviewer asked me a question I’d never been asked before: What’s the most important question we can ask ourselves as leaders?

My answer surprised me, as the question that came to mind was “Am I here?”

Return to Sender

Cancer is funny.

Especially Merriam-Webster’s definition numbers 2 and 1a
(placed in that order here for literary effect).

Funny adjective
fun·ny | \ˈfə-nē

2: differing from the ordinary in a suspicious, perplexing, quaint, or eccentric way: PECULIAR
My car has been making a funny noise…

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