Vision Board Simplified

Creating an Empowering Vision Board

Vision Boards are all the rage because they can help you with gaining clarity and maintaining focus on your goals, dreams, and aspirations. The vision board can be personal or professional or both. Either way, your vision board should bring to life what you aspire to be, what direction you want to go and how you want to feel in your life. The feeling part is important because if you feel these things, the more likely they will come to life.

Your vision board is there to help you keep your goals and visions in front of you on a daily basis. Your mind responds strongly to visual stimulation and by illustrating your goals with pictures, affirmations, quotes and images you will actually strengthen the vibrational energy that activates that wonderful thing called The Law of Attraction.

Start with creating a healthy and winning mindset

Set your intentions and goals. Make time to be with your thoughts. This is best done in a quiet space where you feel creative. Meditation is also a great way to clear your mind of clutter so you can think clearly. During this time think about what things excite you, what places you would love to visit, where would you like to be in a few years, and what your ideal life would look like. Maybe words come to you or images. These are all great indications of how you want to live your life.

In order for a vision board to be successful you must be specific in your goals. Saying you want to lose weight is not going to cut it. To be successful you need to make a plan of how you will achieve it. You may have a goal of gaining more clients, increasing your sales, having a better fulfilled life, improving your relationships, or being more healthy. All these are great goals but you must detail how you are going to achieve that goal.

The purpose of your vision board is to bring to life all the things you want to attract in your life by using words or images that represent your future and purpose, your ideal life, or what motivates and inspires you. You don’t need to cover every inch of the board. For mine I keep spaces in between as I find if the images are on top of each other I don’t see each one for their worth.

You will want to look at your vision board first thing in the morning. If you need to rearrange your desk to see your board then do that. There may be some changes during the year. Give yourself some time and if you feel something no longer serves you then definitely remove it from your board. Your vision board is an ongoing process like your life. Time can change things and you need to make sure you are focusing on what is best for you.

Do you have a vision board? I would love to hear some of your goals and aspirations. Please share below!