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Définir votre vision et vos objectifs

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Comment souhaitez-vous vivre ? Quelles sont vos valeurs ? Les exercices dans ce livre vous aideront à répondre à ces questions tout en construisant une vie que vous aimez.
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Ce livre est un guide pour les individus ainsi que les chefs d'entreprise à travers le processus de la mission personnelle et vous aidera à travailler vers un objectif clair. Comment souhaitez-vous vivre ? Quel impact souhaitez-vous faire ? Quelles sont vos valeurs ? Les exercices dans ce livre vous aideront à répondre à ces questions tout en construisant une vie que vous aimez.

À propos de l’auteure

Shenandoah Chefalo
Chefalo Coaching & Consulting
502 Railroad Ave., Traverse City, MI 49685, USA
(231) 929-7744

  1. Introduction
  2. Vision
    1. Vous définir
    2. Valeurs fondamentales
    3. Liste étendue de valeurs
    4. Intégrité
  3. Élaborer votre vision & vos valeurs
    1. Élaborer une vision
    2. Définir et comprendre les envies 
    3. Faites de votre vision une réalité
  4. Préciser votre vision
    1. Croyances limitantes
    2. Vous organiser
  5. Objectifs
    1. Habitudes quotidiennes
    2. Engagements public
    3. Une attitude mentale positive / Dissiper nos peurs
  6. Conclusion
  7. À propos de l’auteure

About the Author

Shenandoah Chefalo

Plagued and embarrassed by her name, made worse by a nomadic childhood that made it impossible to build lasting relationships, Shenandoah Chefalo developed a tough skin at an early age. Along the way she learned to deal with disappointment, push through discomfort, overcome adversity and accurately gauge people, qualities that have helped her to succeed. 

After spending nearly 20 years as a Law Office Administrator, Shenandoah became unsettled by the ever revolving door of people into the criminal justice system and set out to find a way to change it. She attended Coach U and became a certified life coach. Working through that program Shenandoah began to understand her childhood in a way she never had before.

She began researching and learned that there were nearly 400,000 children in the foster care system each day in the United States. Out of those children nearly 61% would age out of the system without having a place to live, nearly 50% end up incarcerated within 2 years of aging out and almost 80% of people on death row are former foster alumni. These and other statistics made Shenandoah realize that she had to do something.

She set out on a mission to tell her story and educate the general public about the grim realities of a life that she had always tried to hide. Through education, she believes that some of the grass roots solutions that she offers as well as ideas and solutions from others could change the lives of children and the landscape of the country.

Shenandoah Chefalo is a graduate of Michigan State University, holding a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science, a Core Essentials Graduate from Coach U, and volunteers with several organizations both locally, nationally and internationally. Shenandoah Chefalo is the author of multiple award winner, Garbage Bag Suitcase, an e-book entitled Setting Your Vision and Defining Your Goals and is also working on another book Hiking for Stillness. She is the President and Owner of Chefalo Consulting: Trauma-Informed Specialist focused on holistic trauma-informed project management, implementation, training and consulting services. She is also the co-founder of #4600AndCounting, a grass-roots movement to find missing youth from care.