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7 Steps to Create a Vision Board for the New Year!

Author: Shawne' Poplar, Owner of U Optimized Success Coaching LLC


 

Creating a vision board can be a fun and inspiring way to set goals and visualize your future. Here's how to create a vision board for the new year:



1. Identify your goals

Start by identifying your goals and aspirations for the new year. These can be short-term or long-term goals and can be related to any area of your life, such as career, relationships, health, or personal growth.


2. Gather images and words

Collect images and words that represent your goals and desires. These can be images from magazines, quotes, or personal photographs.


3. Choose a board or journal

Choose a board or journal that you can use to create your vision board. You can use a physical board or create a digital vision board using a program like Canva or Adobe Spark.


4. Arrange your images and words

Use your images and words to create a collage on your board or in your journal. Arrange your images and words in a way that feels meaningful and inspiring to you.


5. Display your vision board

Display your vision board in a place where you will see it daily, such as on your bedroom wall or on your desk.


6. Focus on your vision board daily

Take a few minutes each day to focus on your vision board and visualize your goals as if they have already been achieved. Imagine how you will feel and what your life will be like when you achieve your goals.


7. Take action

While visualization is an important aspect of manifestation, it's important to take action towards your goals as well. Identify small steps you can take towards achieving your goals and take action on them.


Creating a vision board can be a fun and inspiring way to set goals and visualize your future. It's important to be patient and trust the process, and to recognize that manifestation takes time and effort. With consistent focus and action, you can achieve your goals and create the life you want.

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