OUT NOW

"I think it is one of those books that you can pick up and refer to regularly and remind yourself of the tools you have mentioned to apply in life."

Toni, Finance Manager


“This book is Awesome!” “I love it”

“I have already taken some actions based on what I’ve read.”

Karen, Professional Organiser


"The support, encouragement and kind understanding that Jennifer provided was life changing and I am thankful that I have been enjoying My Good Life."

Linda, Chief Financial Officer

"For over 50 years I have been an avid listener and reader of self help manuals inspired by ancient wisdom, gurus and contemporary authors but never have I read the how to create change and balance to the depth of understanding in just one book."

Rikki, Bachelor of Social Work

  • Have you ever had the feeling that you were supposed to be doing something different with your life, but you can’t quite put your finger on it?
  • Do you sometimes feel unsettled and question why you are really here?
  • Do you have a longing for something to change but have no idea what it is or how to go about it?

For many of us, life is something that has ‘just happened’ rather than happening by our design, but the great news is that there is something you can do about it. In Beyond Possible, author Jennifer Emmett provides you with the opportunity to discover the things that bring a sense of purpose and fulfilment to your life. In this eye-opening and sometimes confronting book, Jennifer guides you through a very actionable set of steps to create the life that you want for yourself, not one that you have to settle for. Jennifer’s courage, honesty and passion to share how she has purposefully made a path for herself when there wasn’t one to follow will inspire you to do the same. Let this book guide you to live your ideal life and connect with a deeper purpose, one that you might have been striving to find your whole life.

It is time to look Beyond Possible.

"Our actions and sometimes our non-actions will cause reactions.

Our actions are often habitual being created by the beliefs we established through our past experiences.

If we can change our beliefs, we can change our habitual actions and change our lives."

Jennifer Emmett, Author Beyond Possible

"Did you ever watch the original Lost in Space TV series? The robot regularly said things like “Warning Warning Will Robinson”, “Danger Will Robinson”, “No Will Robinson”. At the same time the robot’s chest would flash red and the music was dramatic.

Imagine trying to make a change in your life if you had that robot following you around and giving you dramatic warnings each time you wanted to do something that was unfamiliar.

Well, you kind of do, it's your unconscious mind, so we can often feel a sense of distress when we are in unfamiliar places or situations. Sometimes we let that sense of distress take control of us and we decide to just stick to what we know even if we don’t like it.

There are ways we can make it easier for ourselves to stick with the changes we want to make. We can reduce the level of warnings and distress by giving our unconscious mind advanced knowledge about where we are heading and what we will see along the way. "

About the Author


Jennifer Emmett was born in Gippsland, Victoria and her family moved to Queensland in the early 1970's. She spent her childhood in regional Queensland towns including Beerburrum, Longreach, Kilcoy and Caboolture. In her late teenage years, Jennifer moved to Brisbane and after seven years in the city the yearning to go north lead her to Townsville. In 1994 Jennifer discovered her love of the Mackay Region where she continues to live to this day with her wife, Karen and their dogs Jed and Abby.

As a child, Jennifer struggled in the education system and left school at 16 years of age to discover her ways of learning. Her innate curiosity about business, leadership, the human mind and how to live a good life has resulted in a life of discovery and achievement.

Jennifer commenced working in leadership roles when she was 18 years of age and later became a company CEO. After ten years in the CEO role Jennifer decided to establish her own business, The village Leaders.

Jennifer has a Diploma in Business and an Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management. She values music and creatively in her life and has spent over 20 years, facilitating Djembe Drumming workshops and community drum circles.

Through The Village Leaders Jennifer combines her vast management and leadership experience with her musical and creative nous to provide Team and Personal Development, Leadership Coaching, Project Management and Community Engagement services to publicly and privately funded organisations and individuals.


www.jenniferemmett.com.au