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It’s Not Too Late: 5 Benefits of Creating A Vision Board

It’s officially 2019 and it’s time to start putting your goals for the New Year into action. I assume that by now most of you have already written down what you plan to accomplish over the next 12 months. If you haven’t, that’s absolutely okay because you still have time!

A few weeks ago, I took the time to write out my resolutions for the New Year, but I’m also considering creating a vision board. A vision board is a tool used to help clarify, concentrate, and maintain focus on specific life goals. This can be geared toward personal, business, travel, or financial aspirations. There are several benefits to creating a vision board and I want to highlight a few of them that I consider being the most influential.

It forces you to be clear and precise about what you’re looking to achieve.

Vision boards consist of pictures, which doesn’t allow you to be as vague as you would be if you were simply writing your goals on a sheet of paper. It forces you to be clear about what you’re looking to accomplish. For an example, if you want a “better life,” that’s great, but there can be so many different interpretations of exactly what a better life means. For you, is this a new job? Is this a new home? Is this a much healthier diet?

It helps you to practice law of attraction.

Law of attraction is described as the ability to attract into our lives whatever we’re focusing on or giving our energy to. If you’re creating a vision board full of these amazing life goals you’re looking to achieve, you’re allowing room for those amazing things to manifest. Power of the tongue and the law of attraction go hand in hand, so learning to speak things into existence is just as important and beneficial as what you put on your vision board.

It’s fun.

Of course, creating a vision board requires you to be productive and focused, but it can also be a lot of fun. Going through magazines or searching for pictures online is like building your interpretation of the perfect life. You get to choose the perfect home, car, travel destinations, daily affirmations and also reflect on the great things you’ve already accomplished that you want to build on. Vision boards allow you to get a creative as you want.

It keeps you focused, productive, and driven.

For me, waking up every morning knowing that I have goals to meet keeps me focused, productive, and driven. There’s no better feeling than having a purpose. Creating a vision board is like establishing tunnel vision. It’s like, “I know what I want and this is my blueprint to how I’m going to get it.”

It increases your chances of success.

Now, this is self-explanatory and the sole purpose for setting goals and creating a vision board. I believe we can all attest to knowing that if you’re constantly setting goals and putting in the work necessary to accomplish those goals, your chances of success is going to increase. After all, we are doing all of this to be successful, right?

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Have a Vision for Your Vision Board: Why It’s Not a Waste of Time

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Most people have goals that they set out to achieve. Whether it’s to lose a couple pounds before summer or become CEO of your own company. No matter what, it’s your vision.

Many people resort to creating their own vision boards as a result. For those who don’t know, a vision board is a collage of pictures that represents goals someone wants to accomplish within a certain amount of time or throughout their lives.

So what’s the point of having a bunch of pictures on a board?

Knowing what you want to do is one thing, but seeing it is another. The project is a way to really focus on everything you want to do. Think of it as a visual reminder of the finish line you are destined to cross.

Still not translating?

Well, how about this. Every great architect has a plan for how they want to design a building. It’s all in their head, but it’s impossible to build it without drawing out the plan. This is when the blueprints come into play as a sort of guide for the architect. In this case, you are the architect of your life and the blueprints are your vision board.

It may not be for everyone, but literally seeing all your plans can help bring them to life. It may seem like a time consuming task, but it can worth it. Getting those creative juices going can be therapeutic and looking at the finished product will already give a feeling of accomplishment.

So start gathering your magazine collection because you have a destiny to pursue.

Tracy G.’s Latest Audio Vision Board, “Chin To The Clouds” Reminds Us Things Are Better With a Little Hope

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Back in March Tracy G. Sway In The Morning launched, “She’s Beauty and the Beast” – a project designed to provide uplifting words of encouragement and affirmations. Since it’s inception the project has touched on topics such as self love, comparing ourselves to others, and now she’s focusing on the importance of keeping hope alive.

In her fifth installment of the project, “Chin To The Clouds“, Tracy emphasizes the importance of cultivating hope,  building a power source of confidence and visualizing the finish line.

“This kind of hope I’m talking about is an attitude adjustment. It’s a compass that guides our actions….Hope is a favorable and confident expectations on outcomes that is measured by our current level of self-worth.”

So if you’re on the journey of becoming a better you and need a little boost to get you through your day, we encourage you to take some time to listen to the inspirational nuggets Tracy G. has to offer.

Tracy G. Returns With Volume Three of Her Audio Vision Board

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Tracy G. of Sway In The Morning is back at it with the third volume of her audio vision board series. Titled Compariholics Anonymous, this volume is designed to, “…aid in muting the voice that slithers in our brains at time claiming that in the face of another’s success, we suck.” Tracy wants none of this and neither should you.

“It’s time to guard our joy. I’ve been there and I am breaking the hell free.” She encourages everyone to join her. Check out the audio vision board below and let us know what you think. Also, follow the official soundcloud page so you won’t miss out on the next page in the series.

Tracy G. Launches Vol. 2 of Her Audio Vision Board, She’s Beauty and the Beast

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Tracy G. is back at it again with the second installment of her audio vision board under, She’s Beauty And The Beast. The radio personality has designed her series to touch on spirituality, sexalilty and everything that relates to the battles young women encounter on the daily.

Part two is titled “The Pursuit of Squat City.” As we approach the season that often requires less clothing, Tracy wants to make sure you have the right boost you need to get you to achieving your individual fitness and physical wellness goals.

Check out the audio below and be sure to follow the series here .

Creating The Vision: The Importance Of A Vision Board

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The Power Of A Vision Board

I believe the first time I heard the term vision board used was in the popular self-help movie The Secret. It was a new concept to me at the time, but seemed interesting, and I was very excited about implementing it into my life. I know there are many different methods out there you can use to help you go about achieving your dreams, but I feel this is definitely one of the most effective, because it’s a hands-on and creative experience that involves you. It’s similar to making a to-do list of what you need to get done for the day, but much more powerful, because you are consciously arranging the images of what you want your ideal life to look like or what you want to have. I feel this helps those images and goals stick in your mind, so that your subconscious can begin processing them and working to achieve them. And by placing your vision board somewhere that you will see it each day, you will further embed those images into your subconscious mind until those dreams and goals become your reality.

My Experience

I have been using vision boards now for the past couple of years and it has been amazing how many neat things have happened because of them. My first board I created from magazine cutouts, basically a collage of items representing what I wanted to achieve. Now I create more minimilistic layouts of about eight or ten major items I would like to accomplish over the course of the year. I work a little bit every week at achieving each one of them and by the end of the year and I look back and confidently cross those items off my list, and look forward to my next years goals. I love vision boards and my results have been amazing. Instead of simply writing down and checking off your goals when you get to them, I encourage you to take a few hours one afternoon or evening to create a vision board and watch your life and success be transformed as a result.