The act of creating a vision board helps you reach your goals. You can create one in just a few minutes.
I didn’t know what a vision board was until a few years ago. Not unlike an art and craft project, you lay out your goals and visions for the future on a piece of poster board. There are other ways to create them, of course. Digital vision boards are popular too.
When I found out what a vision board was, I thought they were hokey. Much like a genie in a magic lamp, the idea is that what you wish to be true will happen.
What I later discovered after reading lots of self-help books is this:
The very act of writing down our goals and vision for the future helps us achieve what we desire.
Convinced I was missing something, I created my first vision board last year. Two very successful women I knew swore by theirs. One entrepreneur had a $2 million goal on her board and reached $1.8 million at the end of the year. Even freakier, one woman put a picture of a baby on her board and ended up having a child who looked almost exactly like the photo.
What did I have to lose by trying one? I scrounged around in my supplies and found a lone piece of poster board. Armed with a few magazines, tape, and magic markers, I plotted out what my 2019 year would look like.
I focused on 3 theme words: Create, Freedom, and Collaborate. For each word, I had one major goal.
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