Visualization is such a powerful tool that I often take for granted. I created a vision board at the beginning of last year, with a professional women’s group I was a part of, and honestly didn’t think much of it until I looked back on it this year and realized how much of it I actually manifested to come true! You guys…the baby. I can’t. *tear* I even had a personal goal to close 25 deals on my own, and I ended up closing out the year with 27. I can definitely see how other goals were achieved as it pertains to my fitness, love life and wealth building too. Because of that, I highly recommend utilizing this tool to start vision casting for your future and manifesting the life of your dreams! Keep reading to see how to create the ultimate vision board and the tools that I used.
If you’re wanting to create a digital board like this, I used Canva. I have the free version and was able to create this using images from google, pinterest, unsplash and free elements offered through Canva.
As I started to think about my vision board and the goals I want to layout on it for the year, it definitely is a little bit of a creative process. I mean, you have to actually THINK about what you want your next year to look like, and, well…sometimes that can be a challenge. (You can also do vision boards for longer time periods, but for the sake of this post and what I personally do, I’m speaking in one year terms only.) I found it particularly hard this year because we will be welcoming a baby in the Spring, and while my life goals have always been ambitious when it comes to career and wealth building, my goals this year are (appropriately) quite different.
I picked a word to represent what I want to emulate this next year: peace. I feel like that was a great anchor to reflect on as I started to assemble my board. Sure, I want to continue to grow my business but ultimately what I want more than anything is to create a happy, peaceful environment in my mom for our family and our daughter. THAT is paramount to me. From there, I started to think about all the things that I want that can help me to achieve that in ways big or small. I search for affirmations on Instagram and found some words that really resonated. I search a picture of a couple in love, because I know that strengthening my marriage is the best gift I can give to my daughter. And yes, I searched a working mom because I intend to continue doing what I do while bringing a baby into the fold.
Just think about all the things that you want to incorporate into your vision board, whether they be abstract (words like “positivity” for example) or specific (like reading more books, traveling with my baby, or finally joining the country club I’ve been putting off for the past few years).
My 2022 Vision Board is below:
Searching Pinterest for vision board inspo is also a great place to start to get ideas. Comment with any questions and let me know your thoughts! Get out there and manifest the life of your dreams, sister!