This year I challenge you to NOT make a New Year’s resolution. I can’t count the many resolutions I’ve made over the years and haven’t kept. Goals are important and believing in your goals is even better! So this year stay focused on your goals and make your vision your mission by creating a vision board to hang in your home or office!
This is also a great project to do with kids or as a family. Not only does it encourage them to become inspired and dream, but it also teaches them the importance of setting goals, working hard to achieve them and believing in themselves!
So, how exactly do you create a vision board? Your vision board is only a few simple steps away.
Close your eyes and envision yourself in your “perfect world.” Mine, for example, is a very seductive world! Maybe you see more money, a beautiful house, a new car, a vacation destination, or simply more time for yourself or with the ones you love the most. What is it that you truly desire and need from life?
Now look through photographs, magazines, books, websites and blogs. Cut out, collect or print anything that is important to you and inspires you, and anything you dream about having. You could even include a list of your goals (work and personal) and motivating quotes. Fill the board with the visions for your future by gluing your items on to a piece of foam core or maybe even poster board in an inspirational color.
Once your vision board dries, it is ready to be hung on your wall. You can even turn it into a piece of art by framing it, but the important thing is to make sure it is in a place where you can always see it. I keep mine in my closet so that I can see my goals every day and remember to never give up! I can promise, if you really take the time and effort to create your vision board—you will find yourself working towards those goals more and more. Before you know it—you’ll be living your most seductive life!
Now is the time to make your vision your mission!
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