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Michael Neill is an internationally renowned success coach and media commentator. He is also a licensed master trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and the bestselling author of You Can Have What You Want.
His weekly coaching column is syndicated in newspapers and magazines wordwide and he hosts a weekly talk show on HayHouseRadio.com.
Its actually quite a fun book to read, even though it does offer you the opportunity for deep lasting change.
Trust me, you will at least know how you could be happy after reading this, even if you don't give yourself permission to be happy right away.
If you want to be HAPPIER, you will order Michael Neill's other book, "You Can Have What You Want" together with this book.
This book has great sugguestion outrageous sugguestions on being happy.At times he mentions to try to be unhappy instead of being happy believe it or not,but he has his reasons for... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
For some reason it's taking me a long time to get thru it, but I'm practicing and retreading all his exercises often. Extremely helpful!Published 15 months ago by Lissa
Michael's book is extremely helpful for getting more from life! He has great tips and techniques for aiding us in getting happier and happier every day.Published 19 months ago by Linda Bosserman
a must for everybody and it will make the world a better place for everyboby if it was made a part of all school work and college work to start all young people off to a good... Read morePublished 23 months ago by AUstin ggilmartin
I can't get enough of Michael Neill. Amazing. Simply amazing. Can wait for his new book to come out in April 2013.Published 23 months ago by daliamit2
Michael Neill does it again with FEEL HAPPY NOW... As a hypnotherapist and life coach, this is one of the books I whole-heartedly recommend to my clients, when they "need a little... Read morePublished on August 28, 2011 by M. Mamakos
This guy encourages people to live life to the fullest and to do what makes them happy. It's good advice but sort of difficult to implement in the real world due to budget and... Read morePublished on April 13, 2011 by T. Williams