I’m Matt Hattersley and I’m a coach, writer, husband, creator.
I help people who are driven to do important work become better leaders in their business, relationships and community
Whether you’re looking to change careers; start a new business; turn around an existing one; build better relationships; or get unstuck and explore what needs to happen next for you; I’m here to help you get there.
I’ve been studying the science behind human potential for the last 15 years, and what I’ve learnt is that the truth to real life-changing work is about taking away; removing the limiting stories and beliefs, which we all unconsciously stack on top of ourselves our whole lives.
On my journey here I’ve toured Europe in a rock band and developed three successful businesses; in media production, fitness and now as a Coach.
But I also know it’s my failures just as much as my successes that make me a powerful coach. Because I’ve failed a lot in life. I’ve had businesses fail. Relationships breakdown. I spent a good few years in a spiral of late nights and drink. I’ve been hurt and I’ve hurt others.
But without taking risks, without making mistakes, without challenging myself and coming out the other side I wouldn’t have the knowledge about life and business that I have now.
And I wouldn’t have the impact that I do have with my clients.
I also know that above all else it was hiring a coach that changed everything for me. When I started working with my coach things really started moving.
He helped me see that I create my life from the inside out and that changed everything. He got me unstuck and I began to make big plans for the future. I wrote my 1st novel and began to work in a support service for people with mental health issues.
I realised around this point too that I was really good at highlighting the potential in others - helping them turn their fortunes around and bringing the light they have inside them to the surface.
It was my total belief in them and my ‘why not? attitude’ as one client put it, that really helped people move forward.
As I began to see that I was having a powerful impact on others I had the insight that this was something I wanted to devote the next stage of my life to.