One Infinite Life


Welcome to the world of One Infinite Life.

This is a place where your the dreams and things you really want in life are welcome.
Where powerful questions are asked and pondered.
A place where self-coaching is encouraged and a place where reflection meets action.
Welcome to my world. It is so good to have you here!
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My name is Chloe Wigan (she/her) and I am an Award-winning Certified Life Coach, Writer and Founder of One Infinite Life.

My mission is to support you in getting the most out of your one infinite life.

How did I end up doing this work?

It all goes back to when I was twelve years old and first became interested in personal development.

I spent my teenage years studying personal development and positive psychology (both in school and for fun!), coaching my friends (without knowing what it even was) and having deep and meaningful conversations with people all the time.

I went on to study a Bachelor of Psychological Science at university, which is where I discovered coaching for the first time (during a positive psychology lecture) and I knew that there was something here for me.

I came across the Beautiful You Coaching Academy and knew that this was the training for me so I enrolled and undertook my training while finishing my degree.

It was during my training that I made a commitment to myself that I was going to use the coaching skills I was learning for the rest of my life, in whatever way that may look like.

I quickly realised through using the coaching skills on myself that this was a powerful modality.

Everything changed for me when I started putting my personal development learnings into action by using my coaching skills on myself and for my own life.

And now, my mission is to help you get the most out of your one infinite life. 

To my coaching work I bring… My own personal development experiences for the past nineteen years, my experiences working with clients for the past eight years, my learnings from my psychological science degree and my life coach training to form the foundation of my coaching work, processes and approach.

I am deeply committed to always learning and growing as a coach, so I am continually supporting myself to learn and grow to become the best coach I can be. All so I can be the absolute best service to my clients.

It is my ultimate hope with the work I do with One Infinite Life to support you to be able to support and guide yourself.

My offerings are centered around supporting you to cultivate your own self-coaching and reflection skills.

I’m honoured to be an award-winning coach…

I’ve been a finalist in six coaching industry awards during my coaching career, including being awarded the Shine Award in 2019.

I’m also honoured to be a finalist in two awards for the Beautiful You Decade Awards: Life Coach of the Decade and Sacred Leadership Coach of the Decade in 2023.

This has been such an honour in my coaching career to be recognised and acknowledged in this way.

But what I’m most proud of in my work as a coach is…

How devoted and committed I am to continuing to grow, learn and deepen my skills as a coach and my ability to hold space. This has always been the number one focus in my business so I can show up for and support my clients the best that I can. This is what matters most to me in my coaching work and what I prioritise the most.

I’m so grateful for the experiences I’ve had with every client I’ve ever worked with, these have all made me into the coach I am today. Getting to do this work and support people in this way is such an honour. You can hear directly from some of my past clients here about their experiences working with me.

My passion for coaching continues to deepen the longer I do this work and I really see myself being a coach or using my coaching skills for the rest of my life (in whatever way that might look like).⁠

Some fun facts about my work as a coach:

  I don’t tell my clients what to do or give them advice (this is such a misconception about coaching!). My coaching approach is big on supporting my clients to self-coach, reflect and uncover their own wisdom, their own way forward and what feels right for them. You can learn more about my coaching approach here.

  The values that are the foundation of my coaching work are Integrity, Gratitude, Empowerment and Impact.⁠ Absolutely everything I do in One Infinite Life I approach with these values as the guiding principles.

  My number one client is and always will be… myself! I believe one of the best ways to become a better coach is to coach yourself. I do self-coaching sessions with myself every week and every month. I will be sharing my exact process and approach in this toolkit I’m currently creating.

  I’ve been practising gratitude since I was thirteen and have now guided hundreds of people to experiment with gratitude through my award-nominated program The 28 Day Gratitude Project.

  Most of my coaching work is about supporting my clients with self-coaching and reflection, however I also mentor new coaches which is a really fulfilling part of the work I do.

Want to come into the world of One Infinite Life a little more?

Here are some places to start:

Here’s a free guide to help you get started with self-coaching and reflection.
Here’s how I can support you with coaching.
Here’s where you can find out more about my self-coaching toolkit (it’s coming soon!)

Want to get to know me a little more?

Here are some fun facts about me:

  I live on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria (Australia) and it is one of my favourite places on earth.

  One of the most the things I’m most proud of coaching myself to do is overcoming my fear of driving and getting my drivers license.

  When I was 21 I spent 10 days in silence at a Vipassana meditation retreat, where I meditated for 10 hours a day every day. This was one of the most challenging things I’ve ever done, and I’m not sure it’s something I’d do again!

  Nowadays I read and watch more fiction than non-fiction (this used to the opposite) and I honestly get most of my inspiration for my coaching work from fictional media. One the things that has inspired my coaching work the most in recent years is the series Ted Lasso.

  When I’m not coaching, you will most likely find me drinking chai and tea (and making my own tea blends), walking in the bush or at the beach, reading books, listening to music and making playlists for everything, cooking and eating good food, watching my latest tv series obsession or going to the movies (or watching a movie at home).

Here is my life in pictures:

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To put my own personal spin on the wildly famous Mary Oliver quote:



“Tell me, what is it you plan to do 

with your one infinite life? 

I acknowledge the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin nations where One Infinite Life is operated from. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and emerging and also to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in my community and wider network.