Vision Boards Remind You Of This Valuable Information
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For years I have heard about these things called vision boards. I have listened to others tell me how much it helps them visualize their goals. Many told me how having a vision board aids them in staying motivated throughout the year. I was also informed that it would be very beneficial to me in achieving my goals.
I wanted all of those things.
But I never made the damn vision board.
I’ve always had goals and plans, but I never took the initiative to visually depict them. I don’t even remember many times that I make them concrete by writing them out or vocalizing them to others.
I just kept them locked up in my brain and referenced them from time to time. Making the effort to create art surrounding my goals didn’t feel like a good use of my time.
And you know what?
Those goals of mine rarely got accomplished.
And if they did, they took a really long time.
Once I finally joined the vision board club, I understood how ridiculous I had been all of my life. This simple act was making something definitive. This was projecting to myself and the world that these were things that I was setting myself up to accomplish. The items displayed were dreams of mine, things that defined me and the person that I am and want to be. And what’s more, when I look at the vision board that I have created, I see something else that I didn’t expect.
I see hope.
And I see value.
To round it out, I see my worth.
This vision board that I put together was not just a depiction of the things I wanted to accomplish. What I saw in front of me was so much more than that.
Hope came through in seeing a better future for myself.
Value came through in that I knew that me achieving these feats would have an impact on myself, my family, and others around me.
Worth came in that I saw that I was deserving of these things. I was a person with the ability to achieve them and my worth was defined in my own dreams and aspirations that I displayed.
For so long I viewed a vision board as a silly little exercise with minimal meaning.
But I couldn’t have been more wrong.
The simple exercise that I pushed away for so long had a significant impact on me, much like when I speak things into existence. Because of it I saw myself in a different light. I felt more stable in my goals. The vision board made me feel validated in my choices, even though the board itself does nothing on its own but provide a vehicle for housing my goals and dreams visually.
Just the process made me more settled. It gave me the inspiration that I had been lacking, and it propelled me forward in making the necessary plans to achieve what I desired.
You can find my vision board on the desktop of my computer. It’s also visible on the home screen of my phone. I keep it front and center at all times so that I don’t lose sight of my end goal. Having a visual reminder throughout the day reminds me of what I have set out to accomplish. And that I am more than capable of doing so.
And it reminds me that I have value in this world, and the things that I will achieve will add further value as well.
It also reminds me that I am worthy of accomplishing my dreams. I am just as deserving as anyone else when it comes to doing so. And I have the ability to make it happen.
Take the time to create a vision board.
I want everyone to feel the satisfaction that I do. Because of that, I have made my own personal vision board template public for all to use and personalize for themselves. All you have to do is enter in your email below, check the box and then you will have the ability to customize it to your own personal goals and dreams – for free! I even made a video showing you how to do it!
Do this for you. You deserve it.
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