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  1. 1. Develop your vision board Explore - Learn - Grow Part 1- The thoughts behind a vision board Part 3- 5 steps to create your own vision board Part 2- Great vision board examples Part 4- Your action planning boards Do you know your Happiness Score? Get your Life Satisfaction Report. Free, no registration required. I Contact
  2. 2. * A vision board, also referred as Dream Board is a tool used to help clarify, concentrate and maintain focus on a specific life goal. * Literally, a vision board is any sort of board or electronic document on which you display images, thoughts, texts, etc... that represent whatever you want to be, achieve, do or have in your life. Part 1- The thoughts behind a vision board 2 What is a vision board?
  3. 3. Part 1- The thoughts behind a vision board 3 * It helps you envision what your better life looks like. * Realizing the vision board start with actively seeking images that represent specific details of this wonderful new life. * Making a vision board is a wonderful way to bring clarity to that general desire and turn it into an achievable goal. Vision Boards Help Provide Clarity
  4. 4. Part 1- The thoughts behind a vision board 4 * Vision boards include words, phrases or sentences that affirm your intentions. * Affirmations express who you really are, release you from those limiting beliefs, and allow you to know that the possibilities really are unlimited. * Positive statements help you identify your targets, steps to get there and challenges * We will see in Part 4 how to link your vision board to an action planning board. Use a Vision Board for Your Daily Affirmations
  5. 5. * Vision boards serve is to help you stay focused. * No matter what happens during your day, your vision board is a constant reminder of where you intend to be. * Appealing to you on both conscious and subconscious levels, a vision board can work wonders toward keeping your mind focused on your goal, your attention on your intentions, and your life headed in the direction you choose. Part 1- The thoughts behind a vision board 5 A Vision Board Keeps you Focused
  6. 6. Part 2- Great vision board examples Oprah Winfrey 6
  7. 7. Part 2- Great vision board examples NYC Writer 7
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  9. 9. Part 2- Great vision board examples Matrixed vision board 9
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  11. 11. Part 3- Create your own vision board 10 Step 1 2 3 4 5 1. Develop the center message of your board * This can be something specific you wish to accomplish or obtain, a general idea * or a picture of yourself or your family * something that represents you and makes you happy.
  12. 12. Part 3- Create your own vision board 11 1 Step 2 3 4 5 2. Define the main categories or main themes of your life * Health, work, spirituality, social, meaning, travel, * Ask yourself these questions: What would you do differently when you realize your goal? Where would you travel? Where would you live? What would you wear? What things would you own? How would you feel inside? * How you would look outside? What habits would you have? What would you do for work?Or would you work? Who would you help?
  13. 13. Part 3- Create your own vision board 12 1 2 Step 3 4 5 3. Find pictures, texts, quotes, data points that correspond with your themes * Either from old magazines, photographs, or from the Internet. * Keep it colorful and visual * Your brain thrives on images. Therefore you want very visual descriptions of your dreams. * Dont limit yourself to only pictures. Throw in some visual words that describe the feeling of your dreams once you reach them. * Think joy, gratitude, or abundance.
  14. 14. Part 3- Create your own vision board 13 1 2 3 Step 4 5 4. Write some specific affirmations and goals that correspond with your theme. * Get Specific * Anyone can post some pictures of wads of cash, or sports cars but where is the motivation in that. * Get to the core of what your heart desires. * Feel the passion as your create this, and be as specific as possible. * Let go of those generic images, and find what makes your dream different than everyone elses. Find pictures representing your relationships, feelings, emotions, experiences, ...
  15. 15. Part 3- Create your own vision board 14 1 2 3 4 Step 5 5. Celebrate your first version and review, revise, update in a continuous feedback loop * Grab a glass of wine and turn on some music that you love. * Make this a really fun experience and let go of any expectations of what it should be, and ask yourself what it could be. * View your board at least once a day, and focus on the objects, sayings and theme of your board. * Go back it, update it, review, change, add new pictures, go back to the questions and ask yourself new ones, it is a living document
  16. 16. Part 4- Your action planning boards 15 Vision board versus action planning * Vision boards are based on the Law of Attraction, also called The Secret: * The idea that your mode of thinking directly affects what the universe gives you. * If you put positive mental energy into the universe, youll be the recipient of positive outcomes. * At the same time, ideas, thoughts, and dreams are great, but they are forms of energy which do not necessarily lead to action. * This is where you need Action Planning Boards
  17. 17. Part 4- Your action planning boards 16 Jack Canfield - Making Your Dreams Come True
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  19. 19. * * * * * * * The Vision Board by Joyce Schwarz (Dec 22, 2009) * The Complete Vision Board Kit: Using the Power of Intention and Visualization to Achieve Your Dreams by John Assaraf (Oct 7, 2008) * The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vision Boards by Marcia Layton Turner (Dec 1, 2009) * Vision Board Success: How To Make A Vision Board And Apply The Law Of Attraction And The Power of Visualization... by Leila Broughton (Apr 22, 2013) * Life Journal: A Vision Board That Goes With You! by Christine Cordero (Jun 2, 2009) * Building A Powerful Vision Board: A Path To Achieving Your Goals And What You Want In Life (Volume 1) by Tess Denton (Apr 8, 2012) Sources and References 19
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