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How To Integrate Your Vision Board Into Practice
A vision board is a powerful tool that brings positive change to your life when you can engage, plan, and design consistently around it. Anyone can use this tool, but in order to maximize your results, you might want to check out our NEW 3 Day Vision Integration Method™ Board Workshop Intensive.
1. Visit and study your board at least twice a day. Even if you can squeeze just a few minutes in each time, it’s important to create routine and repetition around visualizing where you need to go to achieve your new designed life. Stay excited about the future and hopeful that you are capable of making your designed life a reality.
2. Visualize achieving those goals and dreams you have on your board. Imagine how great it will feel to experience achieving that goal. How proud will you feel to accomplish this? How relieved will you feel to obtain this? Relish in those feelings and try to stay in those feelings for as long as possible.
3. Add items that catch your eye. Day passes, concert tickets, new pictures are all useful ways to keep you board relevant and interesting. These embellishments are also great ways to stay interactive and engaged in your planning. Learning to love the process is always more fulfilling than just working for the next best “thing.”
4. List actionable steps that you have identified as the most effective way to get to your goal.The mindset and vision around your dreams is important, but strategy and action taking needs to happen too – otherwise it just stays a dream.
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1. Gather Supplies. Think of all the supplies you will need to create your vision board. The worst thing is starting a project and having to stop the middle of your workflow to find that tape or glue that was left in a drawer. Preparation makes the process stress free- lending you more time to enjoy the experience.
2. What will you include in your board and where on the board will it go? Get a good idea of the space needed for each goal and how your vision will integrate with other goals in your life.
3. Plan for the time you’ll need for this project. Most boards take about 3 hours from start to finish but that does not mean you need to commit to that block of time all at once. plan your time in phases and plan for good stopping points throughout your project if you are not doing this all in one session.
4. Lastly, Be in a good headspace. Planning a vision board should invoke feelings of hope and excitement. If you are not in a good headspace to encourage those thoughts and feelings then leave the board for another day. We want this process to encourage love and excitement- not stress or worry.
1. Now that you have taken the time to really reflect your life goals and vision for yourself, it’s time to physically put the board together.
2. Start by finding the picture and images you picked that resonated with you and your goals. Place them strategically on the board in a way that will encourage you to visualize and recite your plan to yourself.
For example, If I made a wedding vision board my first category would be invitations which would be followed by things i need for ceremony and then reception… my board should follow the chronolpgical events and have images in a work flow that will inspire me to talk about the flow of my dream wedding and what will happen that day and how I might feel in my experience.
3. When you have a good idea of where all the pictures words and imagery is going to be on the board, it if time to glue in place and decorate with embellishments if you choose.
4. Final step, show off your board! Snap a pic for social media (use #visionintegrationmethod to show off your creation to other members) and place it in a place where you can visit it every day with ease and excitement. Enjoy!
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