How Important Is A Vision Board???

November 27, 2017

 

1. Vision boards make you think about what it is you really want.

Creating a vision board forces you to make the time to sit and REALLY think about what it is you want from life. I’m sure you think about the things you want a lot, but do you really focus on them? Do you document them anywhere outside of your head? A vision board forces you to go beyond casual thinking and focus on your goals and aspirations.

2. Vision boards help you get unstuck.

Our lives are so congested and overflowing. We wake up, we work, and we have our chores. We have limited flexibility in our daily environments and can become almost robotic over time. This is one of the major reasons that most people feel stuck in life. They are exhausted and overworked. They have lost touch with your creative side. Does this sound like you? A vision board is an effective way to unstick yourself. Get out of your overly programmed brain and let your creative juices flow. Get out of your funk. Throw some randomness together. Get out of your bubble. You get the picture.

 

3. Provides Daily Reminder

Vision boards provide you with a daily visual reminder of your reason.The reason that vision boards work so great is because you visually see them every day. Visualization is one of the most popular and effective mind workouts that you can do. When you see something that inspires you on a daily basis, you stay on track. Even when you face setbacks, that vision board will still be there ready to motivate you all over again.

 

4. Fired Up Emotionally

Vision boards will get you all fired up emotionally.Seeing your vision board will help you passionately connect with your goals. It can help you notice opportunities or simply make you imagine what something may feel like. If you get fired up and passionate about something, it will spur you into action.

 

5. Vision boards are fun.

A vision board is a fun, risk-free, and stress-free way to unload your deepest, rawest morsels of inspiration without

scrutinizing them. You don’t have to organize, analyze, or beautify your board. Just have fun and put it together. Change it up. Do what feels right to you. It doesn’t have to be organized or pretty. It just has to inspire you.

 

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