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A Vision Board

A vision board, or dream board, is a tool that helps you have a visual focus on what you want from your life.  It can relate to both work goals and personal achievements.

Many high-earning celebrities, such as Jim Carey and Oprah Winfrey and coaches like Jack Canfield, endorse vision boards.  So it’s not airy-fairy stuff that some seem to think it is.

Basically, a vision board is fairly large piece of card or cork-board, on which you stick, or pin, images or words that represent what you want.  Some people have digital boards, displayed on their phones, laptops etc.  That’s fine too!

You can use images from magazines, your own photos, images from the internet, your own drawings .. the list is not concise.  It can be a mix of any, or all of these.  Not matter what you may have been told, there are no fixed rules.

The images can be very specific, such as the house you would like to live, or the car you want to own, or they can be images that evoke a feeling, like a picture of someone meditating that makes you feel calm and peaceful.

Really, a vision board is a simple tool.  It’s all about having a visual motivation you need to fulfil your dreams and goals.

The dream boards suit all learning styles because there are no set rules on how they should look.

Vision boards work on the principle of the ‘law of attraction’.  When you surround yourself with images of who you want to become, what you want to have, where you want to live or holiday, who you want to be etc, your life is more likely to change to match those images and those desires.

If you make your board without conscious intention, it can make you realise what you truly want to experience in your life.  Vision boards add clarity to your desires and feeling to your visions.

Remember, though, you do have to take action towards achieving your hopes, dreams and desires too.

Vision boards do not replace your planners, to-do lists, files, computers, diary etc, these are the other tools you use to manage your days and your goals.  Vision boards serve as visual reminder of why you do what you do.

If you want some motivation and a little more advice on how, and when, is best to create a vision board, please call for a no-obligation chat, or skype session, on 07803 399594 or email [email protected]

Alternatively, if you have any questions, please just ask.

I would love to help you turn your inner dreams into a reality!

I look forward to reading your comments below.

Annual success, happiness or achievements jar

On 1st January, why not start a “success jar”?  In fact, you can change the name to the ‘happiness jar’, the ‘achievements jar’ or ‘joy jar’ or any mix of these names than resonate with you.

On 31st December (or early on 1st January), sit still, calm, relax and clear your head (meditate) and ask for answers as to what you truly would like for 2016.

Write down the answers that come to mind without question or taking any notice.

Afterwards, then write, with thought, stating what you would like to achieve in the year.

Put all your comments in the jar.  Perhaps, add some crystals and some I-Ching coins, or anything else you associate with abundance.  Alternatively, put the comments on a vision board.

Every morning, try to remember to add a coin to the jar whilst stating your affirmations.

When you’ve had a particularly good day, or done something that has really made you smile or appreciate, add a note to the jar stating what that was.  Try and find something every day.

On 31st December, open the jar, count the money and read all the daily notes.

Start again for the following year.

It’s a great way to remember the small, perhaps insignificant things, which made you smile but also a reminder of where the time went.

One of my clients expanded on this, by emptying her jar whenever she felt low or depressed.  Opening her jar and seeing her notes, made her realise what she had achieved so far, especially in comparison to what she had thought, or in comparison with her initial goals.  It lifted her and motivated her to carry on.

Why not give it a try and see how it works for you?

Remember, you can start this sort of thing at any time in the year.  You don’t just have to set resolutions and goals at the beginning of the year.  Here and now is always a good time to start.

My emptied 2015 jar

My emptied 2015 jar

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