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About Chantelle


For over 8 years, Chantelle Dyson has helped people build their confidence to aspire high and achieve their goals in life, education and love.

Chantelle is a certified Life coach, educator, speaker and podcast host with experience in mindset, confidence, leadership, personal development and dating and relationships. ​As a Love + Life coach, she helps women and girls to learn their worth, overcome the challenges we face as women, and become empowered to step into their femininity. She is a trained & certified Jay Shetty Certified Life & Success Coach and the host of weekly podcast "The Single Girl's Guide to Life".


Chantelle has been featured in the press, interviewed on radio and taken part in panels, as well as running workshops and events for women and young people on personal development, relationships and feminist issues. Her two programmes "Single Life Confidence" and "Back to Dating" help single women to take ownership of their single life and, when they're ready, to get back to dating and accept no BS along the way! 


My Story

It started in July 2019. At the time, I was one year into marriage and had a three-bedroom house with annexe, a marriage, two new cars between us, a pet rabbit and rescue dog, both that I adored, and a job I loved.


I had everything that you're supposed to have to be happy.

But it wasn't for me. It wasn't doing what it was meant to do. I "should" be happier with this right now and I wasn't. I felt disconnected from myself, and in truth so, SO alone.


At the time, I didn't know what to do, and the best I had was to scrap the lot of it, start over and work it all out again, and this time I'd work it out according to what I really wanted. So I moved back home, separated, no longer with my pets, and whilst I still had my job, I realised I had thrown myself so far into that job as a way of keeping busy and distracted, and I wasn't actually addressing how I was feeling inside.


Back then, I had little awareness of it. I can say all this now but had no which way to explain it back then. It's taken a lot of work - counselling, meditation, self-help books, personal development podcasts, the lot... I spent hours of time consuming content, I got up at 5am to make the most of the quiet hours and went to bed early. I truly immersed myself in personal development, in getting to know me, improving myself and working out who I really was and what I really wanted. 


In becoming single again, I rebuilt my life but also experienced the pressures that come with being single in your late twenties, approaching early thirties. No sooner was I separated from my ex (not even divorced) and people were cheering me on to jump onto a dating app to find a man, and be happy and "on track" again. Despite the noise, I defied their suggestions, and exited dating so that I could focus on myself. I worked on my inner feelings of loneliness and put together a life that fulfilled me without the need to be with a man. 

And once I'd done that, it then felt right to look for a relationship to take my personal growth to the next level. I wasn't chasing after a relationship to feel good about myself, I was actively looking for a relationship to find someone to grow and create a life with. In the process of learning about myself, I also learnt that the 

My Mission

My mission is to empower women to define their lives without fear of judgement, lack of self-esteem or obsessing over perfectionism so that they can unlock their potential and thrive in life with confidence.

Every piece of work I design aims give back, support, educate, inspire and provide opportunities for people to express their inner selves, to work out what's holding them back and to support them to overcome fears of rejection, feelings of anxiety and to leave the desire for an unattainable perfectionism behind.


I want to encourage women and girls to know who they are, who they want to be and what they really want, and to get there by going for it from the minute they see that vision with conviction, drive and dedication to make it happen, facing all the challenges that come along the way.

Influence & Inspiration

Since I began this journey of personal development, there have been lots of great thought leaders that have inspired me and that I've learnt from through blog posts, podcasts and courses. Here's a few names of those influences and their work that have shaped my thinking and the way I see the world today.


  • Jay Shetty

  • Dr Rangan Chatterjee

  • Tom Bilyeu

  • Marie Forleo

  • Simon Sinek

  • James Clear

  • Jim Kwik

  • Russell Brand

  • Steven Bartlett

  • Johann Hari

  • Mel Robins 

  • Matthew Hussey

  • Mark Groves

  • Brene Brown

  • The Multiamory Podcast team - Dedeker, Emily & Jace


  • The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho

  • Atomic Habits - James Clear

  • The Four Agreements - Don Miguel Ruiz

  • The End of Average - Todd Rose

  • I'm Worth More - Rob Moore

  • The Infinite Game - Simon Sinek

  • Leaders Eat Last - Simon Sinek

  • Limitless - Jim Kwik

  • Lost Connections - Johann Hari

  • Option B - Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant

  • Recovery - Russell Brand

  • Start Now, Get Perfect Later - Rob Moore

  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*** - Mark Manson

  • Think Like A Monk - Jay Shetty

  • You Are A Badass - Jen Sincero

  • 21 Lessons for the 21st Century - Yuval Noah Harari

Courses & Certifications

  • Jay Shetty's Certification School

  • Start With Why

  • Dating 101

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