Can a Vision Board Help You Achieve Your Goals?
Posted by Integrative Nutrition on January 23, 2013
What exactly is a vision board?
It’s simply a visual representation of your goals: images that represent all the things you’d like to accomplish in your life—who, what, and where you want to be. The power of this technique comes from the fact that it allows you to spend time getting clear on your goals, hopes, and vision for your future. Creating a vision board as a way to focus on the things you want to achieve can help improve motivation, boost self-confidence, and foster behaviors that lead to success.
How to make your own vision board:
There are no hard rules when it comes to making a vision board—just have fun with it!
Step 1. Find images or words that capture your dreams and goals. (You may even come across images that spark goals that you’ve never thought of before!)
Step 2. Paste all your images on your board. It doesn’t have to be perfect! Just make sure all the images stand so that you can see your goals clearly.
Step 3. Place your vision board in a place that will allow you to look at it often – your bedroom, office cubicle, or even bathroom! This way you can use your board as a daily reminder of your aspirations and what you want your life to be.
While vision boards are a great jumping-off point for your goals, it’s important to remember that it’s not enough to just visualize your dreams; you need to take action in order to get results. It’s no secret that it’s easier to think, dream, and wish, than it is to do. However, once you’re clear on what you want, all you need is a plan to help you make it happen.
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What’s on your vision board?