Why You Need A Vision Board + Easy Tips I Use To Manifest My Vision Board Goals.

A vision board is one thing I didn’t realize I needed until I created one. Before creating my first vision board, I rolled my eyes at those who swore by it. It is just a piece of cardboard with photos and words glued on it, I thought to myself.

However, a vision board is more than just aesthetically pleasing paperwork; it is a physical display and representation of your life dreams and vision. A vision board to me is a powerful tool that helps keep the focus on my goals. It enables me mentally, to visualize, pursue and achieve the desired result.

This tool has taught me how to picture my future using my mind to manifest positive things. If you need more convincing as to why you need one, read on.

The Power To Think And Prioritize.
You will truly appreciate the use of a vision board if you struggle with too much going on in your head all at once. Making a dream board will help you narrow down your thought toward intentional sets of goals.

What You Need To Know About Vision Boards

The cardboard to which you create collages of your desire to, can only accommodate so much. Hence, guiding you to intentionally think through the clutter to set your mind to a clear path of achieving.

A Renewed Energy Burst of Energy and Visualization.
The feel-good energy one gets from fully understanding one’s goals is something I love about making a vision board. With you in full control of mapping out your goals, you will get a clear picture of what is important and a renewed sense of inspiration to accomplish it. You will begin to visualize yourself doing what you have set down on your board.

Daily To-Do Reminder.
Creating your vision board is a great way to list your goals and prioritize them. What’s more? A look at your vision board daily will enable you to take actionable steps towards achieving the items on your board. Personally, there are words on my vision board associated with things that i want to change or learn.

For instance, there is a quote on my board that says “No Drama.” Each time I am around a situation that’s likely to stir up drama, I remember that quote and remove myself from that situation. I have visualized that quote daily so much that I continue to take daily moves to reach the goal of “No Drama.”

Simple Exercises That Will Help You Get The Best Out Of Vision Board.

Now that you understand why you need a vision board and how important it can be to set intentional goals that one wants to accomplish. Here are a few simple tips you should practice to get the best out of your vision board.

Pick A Weekly Mantra From Your Vision Board.

 Collecting a mantra from your vision board to work on an aspect of your life or goal is an actionable step i swear by. If there are things you set out work on during the week. pick a weekly mantra that serves as a guideline toward that goal from your vision board. This is something you should do, breaking down goals into smaller bits makes it easier to focus and tackle.

Use Your Mind And Word To Attract Your Goals Daily.
Stand in front of your vision board daily, take in in parts or all of the dreams you want to focus on, take it all in, pictures, words, affirmations. Now, close your eyes and use your mind to attract them into your life. As you do this, use your words. Speak out positive affirmations that represent what you visualize. Use words like; ‘I can do it, I will do It for myself”.

Take Stock.
Give yourself a time when you go and take stock of what goal you have accomplished, how you were able to, what you haven’t done and what you need to update. Hey, remember to celebrate your small wins.

Now that you have the vision board that you created yourself, a finished product that defines your goals and excites you towards taking control of your life. Do not just hang it up the wall like a prized art. Ensure that you harness the potential of this powerful tool. Visualize and put in work to manifest your goals. It is a continuous effort that you’ll be glad you made.

Love, Bennymakachi.

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