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