My name is Cheri Felix. Whether you are a student looking for support, someone looking to re-design their life, or just someone who's stuck in the wrong lane, we can work together. My clients include business owners, students, athletes, managers, parents and everything in between. Most of the time, if we believe we need to make a change, it's probably true. My goal is to be of value to you. I received the Advanced Coaching Certification through ChoicePoint Consulting in 2015. I graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder. After college, I moved to Egypt for two years and attended The American University of Cairo to study Arabic. I'm mildly obsessed with trail running, mountain biking, backpacking, camping, hiking and being outside every chance I get.

Cheri Felix Life Coach
I work with all sorts of people. At the end of the day, we’re all people and have the same stuff come up for us. Unless you’re a vampire, and then that’s totally different. For the rest of us regardless of income, status or shoe size we can find a place from which to relate to each other.
Cheri Felix


Coaching can be done face to face or over the telephone.
1 hour session: $90.00
You dictate how often we meet. Usually, in the beginning, we meet a few times a month to get after what needs work. In general, I let clients determine the pace. Some people want to meet weekly and then they move to a monthly meeting and eventually they only need a quarterly check in. You're in charge.
I offer one-on-one coaching as well as "office coaching". Offering employees personal coaching is much like offering health insurance or paid vacation. It benefits everyone when people are happy, performing well and excited about contributing. I also love working with students. Being a college student is different than "when I was a kid." I meet with students to discuss strategies and life skills to help them be successful and happy.


No Magic. No Unicorns. Just you.

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