Chloe from One Infinite Life





Today on Simplify Blogging, I’m featuring the lovely Chloe from One Infinite Life. She’s a Psychology Student, Life Coach and blogger. 


1.) Tell us about yourself and your lovely blog!


Hello! I’m Chloe. I’m 22 years old, a psychology student and a life coach. I’m an INFJ who loves reading, hiking, the beach, food, and LIFE. I’m obsessed with herbal tea and dark chocolate, and I absolutely love learning about myself and others. 

I really believe that we all have the infinite power to create our own reality, which is why I created my blog. I had a really deep and unfulfilled desire to create, share and serve. And I wanted to inspire people to create a life that they love — one of limitless possibilities. One of the best things about having a blog is the freedom to write and share about whatever you like, this is something that really lights me up, and is another reason why I started my blog.



2.) What prompted you to become a Life Coach?

When I was 12 years old I read my first self-development book, which belonged to my Dad, and I became mesmerised by the whole idea of self evolution and growth. I became obsessed with all things self-development and I loved it so much I decided that I wanted to be a psychologist because I thought that it would able me to help people live their best life. 

After high school I commenced a Bachelor of Psychological Science at university, even though I no longer wanted to be a psychologist. I knew I was there and studying psychology for a reason, but it wasn’t to be a psychologist. During my degree I became really interested in positive psychology — in enhancing life and flourishing, which lead me to life coaching…

I came across Julie Parker’s Beautiful You Coaching Academy and I just knew that it was the course for me and that I had to do it. I graduated from the course in April and coaching people is even more incredible and fulfilling than I could of possibly imagined. I am so inspired by my clients and showing up and serving them is something that really fulfills me and also helps me to be my best self.


3.) What struggles have you face as a blogger, and how did you overcome them?

For me starting a blog was one of the most scariest things I have ever done in my life. As a blogger, there are many struggles that I have dealt and continue to deal with.

Something that I’ve really struggled with — even before I had launched my blog — is the fear of being seen and putting myself ‘out there’. This is something that had held me back (big time) for such a long time and was the main reason I kept putting off starting a blog. 

I don’t think I’ve overcome this fear yet, however now I don’t let it hold me back as much as I used to.

These are the questions I asked (and continue to ask) myself when fear is holding me back:

– If I did the scary thing what is the best, most amazing thing that could happen?
– What would my life be like if I never ever did the scary thing?
– After I had done the scary thing how would I feel?

I used my responses to these questions as rocket fuel to take the leap to enrol in a blogging course and start my blog.


4.) Your ebook is gorgeous! How long did it take you to create it? Any tips for those of us looking to craft our first ebook?

Oh thank you so much! 

It took me a few months to create the eBook, from mapping out my ideas on post-it notes on my wall to actually launching it. However I wrote the actual eBook content in two full days that I had blocked out specifically for writing it, which is something I would highly recommend doing. My eBook wasn’t getting written because I wasn’t setting aside any time to actually write it. So by devoting those 2 days for eBook writing — it actually got written! Then, I let it settle for a few days before beginning the drafting and editing process, before handing it over to my designer.

A few other tips:
  • Set an intention about how you want the reader to feel when reading your eBook and use it to guide the whole process. Intentions are super powerful.
  • Be generous. Over-deliver to absolutely delight the pants off your reader.
  • Focus on serving — ask yourself how can you be useful and provide value. This will also help when you need to promote your eBook.
  • Awesome design is definitely not necessary, but it really can help to take your eBook to the next level.


5.) What are your blogging and business plans for this year (and beyond)?


This is such an exciting question!  But at the moment I honestly don’t have an answer because the truth is I don’t really know…

I’m nearly finished my psychology degree after studying full-time for three years, but after that I don’t really have any plans. This is really unusual for me because I’m usually a total planner and I’m also very goal-orientated. At the moment it just feels really good to see where my blog and business take me. However, in saying that, I’m planning on officially launching my life coaching services, devoting to blogging and I also have a project that I’m super excited about bringing to life.

Chloe is also the creator of the super inspirational FREE eBook INFINITE: Take your life to the next level and beyond! 

Connect with Chloe at One Infinite LifeFacebookTwitterInstagram @oneinfinitelife.

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7 Comment

  1. Nice interview. Great way to start the week. I am thinking about an e book, so i will bookmark this for future reference.

    Brooke

    1. Hi Brooke,

      Thank you so much for your lovely comment. I am SO thrilled you enjoyed the interview and I hope my tips will be of use to you if you do create that eBook.

      If you do create an eBook I've got two whole posts on my site where I gave a behind the scenes look at the creation process and what I learnt from it, they are chock full of tips and I wrote them to help people like you who are wanting to create an eBook.

      If you are interested you can check them out here:
      http://oneinfinitelife.com/creating-an-ebook/
      http://oneinfinitelife.com/lessons-from-creating-an-ebook/

      I hope these will be of use to you, and if you do create your eBook I wish you all the best with it 🙂

      Chloe

      PS. That grilled corn recipe on your site looks amazing — definitely going to try it!

  2. Wow – what an amazing young woman! At only 22 Chloe has a life plan with definite dreams and goals that she is working to achieve. I too believe in the power of intention. Our thoughts drive our life experiences. Many good wishes to Chloe on her life coaching business, her blog and her new eBook. And thank you Elizabeth for using your own blog as a platform to share her inspirational story.

    1. Wow, thank you so much for your beautiful comment and good wishes.

      I completely agree with you our thoughts are SO powerful and really do drive our experiences in life.

      So much gratitude to Elizabeth for having me here on her gorgeous site today.

      PS. I absolutely love your blog name, it's so fun!

  3. I found this post on the Blogging Boost Facebook group. I am impressed Chloe's conviction to be a life coach at 22! I so admire that. I wish that I had that kind of courage in my 20's (when I have wanted to be a psychologist and coach forever) and at 35 I am just now taking the leap. Wishing Chloe much success!!!

    1. Thanks for your lovely comment and well wishes CJ.

      I am so grateful to be where I am right now and absolutely love being a life coach. It's funny that you mention courage because becoming a life coach is one of the most terrifying things I've ever done and there has been a lot of fear around it for me, but it's SO worth it! I love what I do.

      Huge congratulations CJ on taking the leap yourself, that is so exciting and I wish you all the best!

      Chloe

      PS. Just checked out your profile and I also love yoga and eating delicious food 🙂

  4. It's an honour to be on your site today Elizabeth. Thank you so much for having me! 🙂

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