Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in January 2012. It has been updated & republished for your reading pleasure.
So far I’ve instructed you on how to make a vision board (Part I) and I’ve showed you how it helped me (Part II). To close out my How To Create A Vision Board series, I’m shining the spotlight on you! I had an open call for people to submit pictures and stories of how they did their own vision boards, and how they’ve achieved success. I received some amazing submissions from three special ladies. Here they are:
Ty of GorgeousInGrey.com writes:
I just read your post and I wanted to share a picture of my mini vision board that I created on my journal. I wanted to be filled with positive vibes so I put different words and things on the inside of my journal.
I even put the logo to our local newspaper, just because it was the letter b and my former last name is Brown. So I started actually reading the paper and thought about contributing.. about 4 months later I emailed the editor with ideas and I’m now a freelance writer for them.
Mia Anita of Bigger Than Hair and The Style Edit writes:
My board focuses A LOT on career paths and professional goals and desires. It has a touch of spiritual and romance but not as much as the financial, career, etc.
Last year when I still lived in L.A., I had a vision board party for my close friends. I didn’t tell them what we were doing, I just led them to believe it was a normal girls night event I usually had but just with a bunch of magazines. I then revealed what we were doing and we got to cutting. The process of creating the vision board really put into perspective of a persons goals or lack thereof. It makes you sit back and began a goal oriented thinking process that everyone doesn’t do automatically.
Blake of BlakeVonD writes:
I’m submitting a pic of my vision JOURNAL. I wanted to give the traditional vision board a little twist (see her post here). I like this idea because I can carry it around with me AND write down things that are important to me/pertain to those goals. I love the idea of having them in the same place. And I can add to it as the year goes on! 🙂
And there you have it ladies & gents! If the vision board concept can work for them, it can work for you. Do what suits your lifestyle best. Just remember to stay focused and all your dreams & desires will come true for you – one after another.
P.S. If you’re a fellow blogger, check out my post on IFB – 5 Tips For Creating a Blog Vision Board That Works. Similar to my series, but more focused on blog goal-setting!
Inspired yet? What will you place on YOUR vision board this year?
How To Create a Vision Board: Part I (Click Here)
How To Create A Vision Board: Part II (Click Here)