Happy New Year! (I can still say that lil the end of January, right?!)
A few weeks ago, I shared a video with my audience on my personal vision board creation process. It’s a 10 step process that’s super fun and therapeutic, people seem to really love it! If you want to see the process, you can watch it here.
But shortly after the video was released, I started to get some interesting feedback. People just didn’t have the “time” to create a traditional vision board or they didn’t want to make the time. Either way it got me to thinking of other alternatives that are fun, relatively quick, but still effective as long as you use it.
Because, come on, that’s the most important part right?! You have utilize the Vision board you’re going to create.
So while we’re still in get-my-goals-for-2017-together mode, here are 3 vision “board” alternatives and I’m sure you’ll find one that you’ll love!
Watch the Video here
Alternative #1: Create a Vision Video
Yes a video! Who says you have to have images on a board. You can create a custom slideshow using an app like Flipagram of all the images you want to represent your vision for 2017. Just watch it daily and ta-da you’ll be programing your mind and reminding yourself of what you want to make happen!
Pinterest is made up of boards so this just makes sense. Create your digital vision board using pins. If you’re feeling really ambitious and love to categorize make a new Pinterest vision board for each area of your life (i.e Health, finances, travel, etc).
Alternative #3: Draw it Out
This was my Vision board choice this year. You can take a sheet of paper or a journal and draw little images that represent your visions or one big image that is symbolic to you. Then write in words, phrases, and goals that represent your desires for the year.
Whichever you choose, make it fun and take moment before to reflect on how you want this year to turn out, how you want to feel, and what you want to accomplish. My 10 step vision Process can be paired with any Vision board creation, you can get that process here.
I am interested in hiring someone to do a vision board workshop for girls ages 9 to 17.