Michael Neill Super Coach
Interview with bestselling author speaker and coach Michael Neill
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming internationally renowned bestselling author, coach, and speaker Mike Neill to talk about how he’s challenging cultural mythology that stress and pressure are a necessary part of adaptation and growth, along with how to reconnect with your deepest self to get more out of life.
Mike is an internationally renowned author, speaker, and thought leader, challenging the cultural mythology that stress and struggle are a prerequisite to creativity and success. His bestselling books, podcasts, keynotes, trainings, and retreats have inspired and impacted millions of people on six continents around the world.
Mike has spent the past 30 years as a coach, adviser, friend, mentor, and creative spark plug to celebrities, CEOs, royalty, and people who want to get more out of themselves and their lives. He has been consistently ranked by the international research agency GlobalGurus.org as one of the top 30 coaching thought leaders in the world.
Mike’s TEDx talks, ‘Why Aren’t We Awesomer?’ and ‘Can a TEDx Talk Really Change the World?’ have been viewed by nearly two million people, and his blog and podcast, Caffeine for the Soul, is now in its 19th year and going strong.
Mike’s books have been translated into 24 languages, and his public talks, retreats, seminars, and online programs have touched and transformed lives at the United Nations and in over 60 countries and on six continents around the world.
If you’re ready to reconnect with your deepest self and live and work with less fear, stress, and pressure and more love, creativity, and happiness than ever before, then this call is not to be missed.
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