“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!

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Money, Insecurity, and a Superstitious Pigeon

The other day, I was sitting in the garden outside the home of a very wealthy client, enjoying a few minutes of quiet while they finished up with another meeting. When they came to join me, we sat together for a bit before heading up to the patio for a light lunch and surprisingly heavy conversation about money…..


It’s Sunday morning. The World Cup final is recording so I can watch it on tape delay if I manage to avoid my phone, the internet, and everyone I know wanting to share their joy, grief, outrage, or apathy at the still pending result. And when I’m done writing, I’ll be taking our cat Roscoe to the vet to say goodbye….

How to Be Original

It probably won’t surprise regular readers of these blogs to know that from time to time, I get on a metaphorical high horse and go off on a rant about one thing or another. The fact that the horse always turns out to be made of papier-mâché, breaking apart under the pressure of trying to support…

What Happens After the Lights Come on?

For many years, I’ve been a student of spiritual literature. Some of my favorite writings are from or about people who have had what can be described as “spiritual awakenings”, where the metaphorical light of consciousness came fully on and they discovered there was no-one there. While the awakening experiences themselves are often fascinating, I’m equally fascinated by how life changes after.

For some, nothing much seems to change, although everything may well be different:

What It Takes to Change the World

Back in 2016, I published a blogpost called Love and Creative Disruption where I did my best to describe the two forces that in my decades of experience in the field of transformation make great coaching (and by proxy great leadership) great….

The Hedgehog of Wisdom

There is a line from the Greek poet Archilochus, which is generally translated as:
The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.
While foxes might be cunning and able to devise hundreds of strategies for catching unsuspecting hedgehogs off guard and eating them for dinner, the hedgehog has only one defensive strategy

Picasso and the Nature of Reality

In Creating the Impossible, I share one of my favorite stories about the painter Pablo Picasso, who was reportedly traveling on a train with a wealthy businessman who criticized his art as being ‘unrealistic’. When Picasso asked him to explain…

Fearless Intention

Years ago, I was on a book tour in the north of England and one of the venues I was speaking at was a 17th century church. While neither my book nor talk were particularly religious in nature…

Latest Podcasts

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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