“Whatever the mind is set upon, or whatever it keeps most in view, that it is bringing to it, and the continual thought or imagining must at last take form and shape in the world of seen and tangible things.”
We all have DREAMS. We all set Goals. We all have HOPES. We all have IDEAS.
Ninety-Two percent of people fail to achieve the goals they set at the beginning of the year.
One way to be a part of the eight percent is to be more intentional on the process to achieving your goals. This can be done by: setting reminders, establishing an action plan and creating a visualization tool. A vision board is a great way to start.
Creating a vision board will bring your goals and aspirations to life.
The “Law of Attraction” illustrates that we can attract into our lives what we focus our thoughts on. The basic principles of the Law of Attraction are geared through visualization. A vision board can be used as a visualization tool.
Oprah, who is a firm believer in the “Law of Attraction”; makes a new vision board every six months.
The main objectives for a vision board is to:
Identify and clarify your GOALS
Reinforce your Daily AFFIRMATIONS
I create a new vision board whenever my goals change. A vision board forces you to make time to sit and really think about what you want from your life. When you see something that inspires you on a daily basis, you stay on track.
My vision board allows me to passionately connect with my goals. The inspiration you receive from looking at your vision board daily is unmatchable.
The Benefits of Having a Vision Board
My current vision board is filled with many affirmations and reminders. The focus is on areas of: Health, Spirituality, Travel, Relationships and Finances.
The goal is to be reminded of the things that I want, as well as the things I want to feel.
Think about the current goals you have set as well as how you would like to feel overall. Your vision board should include anything that inspires, affirms or motivates you to to achieve your goals.
You can design a vision board based on your business objectives or the path you want your career to take.
Currently, my vision board is located at work. Right now, I spend the majority of my time at work. Additionally, I find that at work is when I need the most inspiration and reminder of my vision.
Out of sight, Out of mind. The key is to place your vision board somewhere you will see it frequently. The aim is to reflect on your vision as much as possible.