Creating your dream life with vision boards
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Start Creating You Dream Life With Your Vision Board
Just dropping in to give you these quick tips you can use to create your dream life.
At the center of your being, you have the answer. You know who you are and you know what you want.’ Lao Tzu
Who are you? What does your dream life look like?
When acknowledge what we desire most in our lives, we live authentically. Creating a vision board is one of the first steps in visualizing how that life looks.
- Get to know who you are, your values, and how you feel by exploring your loves, fears, what drives you, and who or what inspires you.
- Next, imagine your perfect day. Map it out. What would your day-to-day life look like? What time would you wake up? What work would you do? Are you spending the day with people you care about? How are you supporting your well-being?
- Then make a list of what’s currently in your life but not part of your perfect day.
- Now, figure out how you can remove those things from your life. For example, maybe you can work from home a few days a week if you have a long commute for work. The have your dream life, you have to do more of what you love and less of what you don’t.
- Use your vision bard as a way to capture what you love and remind yourself of your personal version of your dream life.
- Share your successes. It keeps you motivated to keep succeeding.
The Power of Visualizing Your Life
Let’s talk about the power of what visualizing your life can do for you.
We all know who Oprah Winfrey, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Lady Gaga. You’ve probably heard of actors Will Smith and Jim Carrey. You may have even heard of Spanx’s founder Sara Blakely.
What do all these people have in common?
They all use the power of visualization to help them reach their goals.
Visualization has been proven to have an amazing range of benefits that includes improving your motivation, increasing confidence, boosting your energy, or even increasing your focus.
Visualization helps you overcome anxiety and fears or negative feelings from past failures.
Science shows that when you visualize what you want to happen, you’re priming your brain for the actual outcome. The cognitive process of the brain is jump started, which in turn increases your confidence and gets your ready for success.
When you visualize something, you zero in on the mental picture, with as much detail as possible using all of your senses.
Vision boards are a great way to focus in on your goal. It helps you get crystal clear and visualize the outcome.
Until next time
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