See it, feel it, and believe it! This is the power of a vision board. Jack Canfield has said that “Creating a vision board is probably one of the most valuable visualization tools available to you.”
A vision board is a concrete representation of your desires for your dream life with images that you can see. They are so fun to create. Just think about that you were granted some superpower and you can get everything you dare to imagine. So just make your dreams as big and as wild as you can! Lol! I for sure had so much fun to make mine! A vision board also can serve as an invaluable tool, or reminder to motivate and inspire you towards solid daily action in pursuit of your biggest and most important life goals. So my point is, you probably want to make yours ASAP in this new year.
I made my first vision board last year and saved it into my phone/computer. But I don’t really remember to look at it daily. So this year, I decided to make a physical vision board to live right next to my computer. This way, I will remember to open it and look at it daily. Based on my experiences, in order to fully use the power of a vision board, I also need a yearly plan. And then break down that yearly plan to daily actions. Without the support of yearly plan and daily actions, the vision board is just a daydreaming piece. But with a detailed plan and daily actions, all of my daydreams most likely can become my dream life!
So the step one for me is spending a few days just daydreaming. Lol! The question I asked myself is, “If I can live my dream life, what my dream life looks like?” For example, where I live? Who I live with? What my house looks like? What is my dream job… After coming up some wild dreams, I started to find the images that will represent my dream life. I also put some quotes or sayings that I believe to motivate myself to believe in my vision. For example, “If you can Dream it, you can DO it!—Walt Disney”, or “My thoughts are powerful” and “Happiness is not by chance, but by choice by Jim Rohn”
The second step is to come up my annual yearly plan to accompany my vision board. Most of the things on the vision board will need at least 3 years, or maybe 10 years to achieve. So I break them down to smaller goals, or steps and put them into my yearly plan under different areas of my life, for example, Wellness, Health and Fitness; Relationships; Financial; Personal Growth; Fun and Recreation; and Contribution. This way, I will have a balanced life. This step usually takes me about a half day to finish.
The third step usually takes me about a half day to finish too. This step requires to break down all the yearly plans to daily schedule and follow it straightly. I use my phone calendar just in case if you are wondering. For example, one of my goals for this year is to read one book per month. So I picked out 12 books and entered the book name, how many pages to read daily on the first day of each month and set it as repeat this action for the whole month at 7pm daily. I love deleting the to-do list on my schedule during the evening each day. I move what is not done to an approbate later date to finish. It sounds really long and boring, but this final step is the most powerful one to make my beautiful daydream become a reality.
Are you ready to Create A Vision Board To Manifest My Dream Life?
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