Blame it on the full moon!
For the first time in over 10 years, I created a vision board in less than an hour and without cutting and pasting. I used PowerPoint to design a free-form collage around a picture of a very happy me that includes images and phrases that I collected on-line. My vision board is now the wallpaper on my phone, the first page in my daily planner and a picture on my nightstand.
What are you dreaming about? If you’re ready to create a vision board, start with
a guided meditation and follow this step-by-step guide to create your vision board.
“Vision is merely a dream without action.’ Joel Barker
Once your vision board is complete, snap a picture and place copies everywhere. When you wake up in the morning, make it the first thing you see and let the images inspire you to set a clear intention. Throughout the day, use the images to keep your vision alive and motivate you to do your best. At the end of the day, reconnect with your vision, acknowledge what you did and didn’t do, and think about what you are grateful for before you fall asleep.
“Create the highest, grandest vision possible for your life, because you become what you believe.” Oprah Winfrey