Reach Your Goals: 5 Ways With Vision Boards

5 Ways Vision Boards Help You Reach Your Goals

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Have you ever wondered if there was a fun way to reach your goals? You know that don’t involve writing, milestones, dates?  If you are shaking your head in agreement, then continue watching, because I got something for you.  

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Creating a vision board has become a popular activity in recent years, especially as the New Year approaches and people think about the past year and the New Year’s resolutions they want to keep. A vision board is simply one tool that helps you visualize your dreams and your goals. How so, you ask? Let’s explore the ways…

TOP 5 Ways

Vision boards make you focus on what’s important to you

Whether you combine a personal vision board with a professional one or keep them both separate, thinking about what you want in life or in business forces you to prioritize what’s important.

Do you want to buy your first house or move to a warmer climate?

Putting a photo of your dream location by the beach will inspire you to work harder and not undercut your prices. If you want to move, you alone can make that happen and you’ll make better business decisions based on that desire to move.

Visualization stimulates the creative side of your brain

Placing your vision board in sight of your desk or computer serves as a daily reminder of what you want to achieve. Some believe keeping it open by your nightstand helps stimulate your subconscious before you go to bed, which makes you motivated upon waking.

With your creativity soaring, keep a notebook handy to jot down any ideas you have for a new business or adding an existing product or service to your existing business.

Focusing on goals makes you recognize new resources or opportunities

Visualizing yourself living in a warmer climate (or whatever your primary goal is) will motivate you to work towards that goal but you’ll also notice new opportunities or resources which can lead you to reaching your goal.

These resources may have always been present but now that you’re focused on your goal, you will see them in a new light: as a way to help you reach that intended goal.

Break out of your comfort zone by stating a big, scary goal

Are you stuck in a rut because you’re afraid to break out of your comfort zone?

Acknowledging big goals – as scary and outrageous as they may be – will help you step out and take on new challenges, all in the name of reaching that scary goal.

If your goal is to speak in front of an audience of 5,000 at your favorite conference, then you’ll start to see more opportunities for smaller speaking engagements. These smaller gigs will give you lots of practice and build your name recognition so when the organizers of your favorite conference advertise they’re looking for speakers, you’ll be well prepared to submit your name.

Seeing a big goal forces, you out of the daydream and into action

Nothing happens without some action on your part.

Vision boards are not magic tricks; they are instead a tool that spurs us into action because we finally know what we want out of life.

Visualize your ideal life then approach each day with action steps which will lead you toward that ideal life.

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Renee Lamb

Renee has over 15+ years of experience in the corporate world. She has had management roles in HR, international healthcare and project management. But the role she loves the most is Job Exit Strategist for her own company, Renee M. Lamb, LLC. Renee is not only passionate for, (well maybe obsessed) being an advocate for helping professionals to gain freedom and wealth via entrepreneurship. She believes her role is to give them wings so they can soar to greater heights on their entrepreneurship journey. She does this by her coaching programs and courses.

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