When addressing a ball before making a chip, place some extra weight on your front foot. This allows you to mimic having completed a weight transfer during the swing without actually having to move your body and transfer any weight.
Having extra weight ahead of the ball creates a stronger anchor on which to pull the club towards. This is especially helpful when facing a chip from deep grass. The extra weight forward will allow you to pull the club through the grass, make good contact and getting the chip onto the green without much risk of having the club get caught in the grass and producing the dreaded flub.