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Creating a Vision Board

This is the third year I’ve done a vision board and I enjoy the process.  I like to think about my goals and priorities for the new year, then find images that meet those expectations.  I choose a theme and put that on my board as a guiding principle.  For 2011 I used Emily Dickinson for inspiration. My theme was “Dwell in Possibility.”  My board included reading, romance, fitness, finances and style. I also put pictures of women whose lives I admire including journalist Ida B. Wells Barnett  and actress Gloria Stuart.

Here is last year’s board:

I’m still refining the 2012 board but right now focusing on 1)Finding a church home; 2) Growing my new tech business – Money Rules Class 3) Dating more 4) More pampering.

Are any of you working on vision boards?  Other ideas for goal-setting??

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  1. Frances Adamson-Hilton
    January 7, 2012 at 1:47 am

    Spend a certain amount of time reflecting on last year. Ask yourself two questions. 1.) What if anything would you change about the past year? 2.) How can you realistically make yourself a better person? After answering those questions I had set more than my planned number of goals.

  2. June 24, 2012 at 12:20 pm

    I think your vision board is a great idea. I started my board 6 month board in January and I am simply amazed that I have checked off everything on my list. I am now working on my next 6 month board. Good luck to yours and God bless you.

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