A few weeks ago, I could hardly believe my luck when my wonderful mentor, Michael Neill gave me a copy of his new book to review before it was published.

Hee hee heee! I was beside myself with excitement and read it straight through in one sitting.

Then turned right back to page one and read it again.

Let me tell you, you are in for an absolute treat.​

I have devoured every one of his books over the years, and have read The Inside Out Revolution about a hundred times (literally), seeing something new and fresh each time.

The Space Within: Finding Your Way Back Home is the best one yet, and when I read it, I immediately sat down at my computer and with tears in my eyes sent him an email to share my gratitude that I stumbled across his work back in 2013 and everything he points to in this book.

I wanted to share that email here with you.

 

Dear Michael, as you know, back in 2010, I founded a software company and took it from zero to a million dollars in revenue under four years, working hard and stretching myself towards big and challenging goals.

When we hit the 'magic number', I found, to my surprise, there was nothing there.

I didn't even crack a bottle of champagne.​

That shocked me to my core, and that was the point at which I stumbled across your writing.​

The understanding you share in this book changed my life and continues to do so.

My experience of being in business has transformed to one of being in flow and tapping into creative solutions whenever I need to.

I spend more time with my family - and have a far closer connection with them than ever before.

My migraines and anxiety have all but disappeared.

When I finally saw 'the space within' that you so eloquently point to in this book, I did finally crack that bottle of champagne.

I found something better than a million dollars and for that Michael, I will always be grateful to you.​

Let me just repeat that in case you missed it:

I found something better than a million dollars.

I found my way back home.

What more can I say? Read the book.

Who knows what you might see that you never ever expected.







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