Does everything in your life feel possible?

impossible1One of my clients wrote this humbling blog post about my work.

I wanted to share it with you.

I’m so thrilled that I get to do what I love, with people I love working with.

And witness them flying their dreams as the best version of themselves!

Read on to see what Bridget has to say about her sessions with me and how they have shaped her life:

Six years ago on a chilly winters evening I was leaving work and off for a drink with my dear friend Ollie when we bumped  into one of his friends.


“Bridget, this is Michelle Zelli.  Life coach and life and soul of every party”.  He said.


I had heard of Michelle.  Like many credible coaches, her reputation preceded her and I was genuinely excited to meet this powerhouse of a coach.


After we exchanged chatter and walked off Ollie stopped in his tracks and turned to me.


“I really want you to have a session with Michelle, she has quite literally changed my life.”


These were big words from someone who I usually only had humorous banter with.  My ears pricked up and he continued.


“I just know you will love her.  In the session you may not.  She pushes buttons.  Afterwards you will wonder how you ever managed to step through life without her.”




Now I was interested.


At the time I was doing ok.  Seeing clients for nutrition, running my ice cream business (yes that IS confusing) and in a comfortable relationship.   I wasn’t sure how Michelle was going to help me but I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.


Her diary was packed and I waited a month for an appointment.


On the day I skipped to Richmond Green and into her tranquil coaching space.  Jo Malone candle burning (I was sold already), beautiful opulent furnishings, warm and cosy.


We sat down and Michelle simply said:


“Now I would like you to tell me all about you”.


I can’t remember much about the detail of the next 90 minutes….


I laughed


I cried


I felt uncomfortable


I felt excited




My big ego had strolled into that session feeling like nothing was wrong, my life was ‘fine’ and I didn’t need fixing.


Michelle never tried to fix me.

What she did, so beautifully, was to get to the bottom of what I really wanted out of life.

Read the rest of Bridget’s blog at 40ish me.

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