- Mary Pickford
Michael Neill is an internationally renowned success coach and the best-selling author of You Can Have What You Want, Feel Happy Now!, the Effortless Success audio program and Supercoach: 10 Secrets to Transform Anyone's Life.
He has spent the past 21 years as a coach, adviser, friend, mentor and creative spark plug to celebrities, CEO's, royalty, and people who want to get more out of their lives. His books have been translated into 13 languages, and his public talks and seminars have been well received at the United Nations and around the world. Read More...
July 8th - 10th 2012
Coaching from the Inside Out
July 9th 2012
Living from the Inside Out
July 13th - 15th 2012
Learning How to Thrive
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For those of you living and working in the UK and Europe, I've got three great events coming up in London and Switzerland between the 8th - 15th July...
1. Coaching From the Inside Out
If you'd like to learn and experience the latest developments and core understandings underpinning transformative coaching, come spend three days with me from the 8th-10th July. Through a combination of demonstrations, exercises, and interactive discussions, we'll be looking deeper into what it takes to transform lives, beginning with our own.
For more information and to book, click here.
2. Living from the Inside Out
On the evening of the 9th July, I'll be doing a public talk at Alternatives, one of my favorite London venues. These low-cost public events tend to fill up, so please reserve your place soon!
You can book your place for only £10 by clicking on the link.
3. Learning How to Thrive
This is the most personal and intimate program I offer - a small group experience to shift your foundations, expand possibilities, and go deeper into the human potential.
From July 13 - 15, we'll be offering it in Europe for the first time, and we've found a beautiful resort outside of Zurich that offers excellent amenities in a stunning alpine setting to hold it in!
We currently have only two places left on this event. To reserve your place and learn more, click here.
Thursday, June 21 at Noon Pacific/3pm Eastern/8pm UK
Earlier this week I had a great conversation with one of the participants on our upcoming Learning How to Thrive retreat in Switzerland. We were speaking about the nature of thought, and I was searching for an analogy that might highlight the paradoxical role thought plays in our lives. It determines our every experience, yet the less we focus on it, the better experiences we tend to have..
Here's what came to mind:
While most people can easily see the analogy to how our thoughts influence our perception of "reality", it's sometimes harder to see the inbuilt "windscreen wipers" in the thought/feeling system.
Yet fortunately, we all come "factory equipped" with the capacity to let go of thought and for new thought to come along in its place, clearing the windscreen of our perceptions and opening us up to fresh new ways of seeing whatever it is we're looking at and driving towards.
If you think about it, you'll notice that you move from one thought to another throughout the day with complete ease, and without having to give any extra thoughts to the process. In fact, one of the reasons it can sometimes seem difficult to "drop a thought" or to get a new one is because we're not used to having to think about it - it's something that the system is doing for us automatically all day long.
For example, Nina and the kids took me go-kart racing for Father's day. During my first run around the track, I got crashed into by an overeager racer and my kart spun out. I got scared, then angry, then forgot all about it until after the race. The "windscreen wipers" of my mind had cleared the incident away to allow me to concentrate on the task at hand.
Similarly, most people have the experience of waking up from a dream so vivid we are convinced we will remember every detail. Yet within a few minutes of waking up, we can barely remember it as new thinking has come into the system and "wiped" the dream away.
So the next time you find yourself caught up in some miserable thinking and unable to clear your head, don't. If you simply get on with your day, you'll find the intelligence behind your thinking will clear it for you, and new possibilities and the deeper, richer feelings that come with them are only ever one new thought away...
PS - Dude, where's your blog?
Those of you who've also been reading my blog, The Inside Out Experiment may well have noticed there's not been a new post for a little while. That's because I took some time to gather the ideas behind the blog into a book proposal...
...and I'm very excited to announce that I've now signed a new deal with Hay House and that my next book, "The Inside-Out Revolution", will be in stores from next April. Thanks to all of you who've been reading and look out for some new posts over the next few months!
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