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Mission: To facilitate the creation of values based pathways by utilizing our ground breaking Value Identification Process™ (V.I.P.) to increase organizational effectiveness, individual fulfilment and entrepreneurial success.

“Value alignment is essential to organizational effectiveness and personal fulfillment; without it, we are journeymen with no route to our destination.”

~Monica Cost

Organizations

Organizations

Do you have effective professional development programs and training for your professionals? Pathfinder, Monica Cost, can assist you with the development of your human assets. From our signature workshops to customized content, we have a solution for you

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Individuals

Individuals

When’s the last time you checked your alignment? Your value alignment. How many times have you felt stuck over the last six months? From financial to relational, professional to parental, we can help you get unstuck. Find your path again and get back on track. Let us guide you to it.

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Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

Need a little direction to start or keep going in your business venture? Are you not sure what to prioritize and how to make your next move?

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Community

Community

Who’s keeping the self-esteem balloon of our girls and young women in the air? How can we ensure that our girls have the best chance to become effective leaders and successful individuals in their respective communities? We make them V.I.P.s, through our Value Identification Process™. The Authentic Leadership Academy for Young Women focuses on giving girls and young women tools and the opportunity to become great in their own right through their own values.

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Unfulfillment

What area of your life are you experiencing the most unfulfillment?.

  • Bring Your V Game

    On Feb 10, 2016/ Monica Cost / Leave a comment

    Many of us have heard the term, “bring your A Game.” It usually refers to doing your best in something. Most of the time, the expectations for what makes an “A Game” are created by someone else. We often do what others believe is expected of us, instead of what is aligned with our values. […]

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