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Whether or not you write them down or not, everybody has private or work-related targets they need to hit in life. It’s the way you manifest them that issues. Within the phrases of Tony Robbins, “energy flows where attention goes” so in case you have large targets you need to obtain this yr or within the subsequent 5, taking an even bigger image method and visualizing your future self there, is crucial. To do that, you need to get clear on your goals and learn to make a imaginative and prescient board.

So many profitable leaders use this highly effective visualization software. Even Oprah believes within the energy of a imaginative and prescient board (she now calls herself a “powerful manifestor”); Marianna Hewitt, co-founder of Summer Fridays devoted a complete episode to goals and vision boarding on her new podcast; and Jen Atkins swears by her goals list and making vision boards yearly. And as soon as you know the way a imaginative and prescient board works, it’s simple to see why they do.

So, to get the 411 on how to make a vision board, we tapped the leading millennial voice in personal growth and conscious leadership, Tiffany LanierAs a public speaker, author, and founding father of The Morning Shift Co, Lanier works to bridge the hole between work and well-being by serving to people and firm groups create life-altering morning routines and rituals to allow them to absolutely present up for a way they dwell, lead, and work. A type of steps is the vision board.

However earlier than we dive into her ideas, Lanier has one factor she desires you to do first: “Make the imaginative and prescient boarding expertise significant, not simply one other factor to do initially of the brand new yr or month that can get tossed apart and forgotten about,” she urges. “The extra time you spend on this renewal ritual, the higher the end result!”

So, are you able to learn to make a imaginative and prescient board for the life of your dreams? Forward, Lanier outlines every thing you might want to know. It’s time to get clear and manifest the life you actually need.

image courtesy of Tiffany Lanier

What is a vision board?

According to Lanier, “a vision board is a physical representation of the dreams and goals we want to see come to fruition.” In other words, it’s a visual culmination of everything you envision for your life and manifesting it into reality. 

What is the purpose of a vision board?

At the core, Lanier says vision boards are to serve as a reminder of what we truly desire. “There are days that we are inspired and motivated to create change in our lives but then there are days where we question ourselves and what we want,” says Lanier. “Our vision board is there to jolt us back into clarity for the lives we ultimately want to live.” 

She adds: “Our minds don’t know the difference between the reality of what we see on a day to day basis and what we envision in our mind’s eye. Vision boards work because they are the visual cues to our dreams and when we are aligned with those visions we’re more likely to take the necessary action steps towards making those visions come to life.” 

How should you prepare mentally before you create a vision board?

Before you begin vision boarding, Lanier says giving yourself some space for introspective thought and reflection is essential. More importantly, don’t just jump right into cutting images out of a magazine and posting them on a board. Why? “Because the more time you spend clarifying your desires, the more likely you are to achieve what you put on your board,” she advises. “Personally, I make vision boarding into a ritual. I create designated space in my home and set the mood (light candles, play uplifting music, adorn the space with things that fill me with joy). Once the space is to my liking, I take out my journal and write out my goals, visions, and intentions for every category of my life. Once that is completed, I then begin the journey of finding the best imagery that is reflective of what I wrote.” 

What do you put on a vision board?

This is where the fun begins. Once you are clear about your goals and what you want to achieve, set your intention then find visuals that represent your vision and start adding them to your board. Lanier tells me your “vision board should consist of images, words, and phrases that specifically call what you’d like to achieve, attract, and embody.” So do a deep dive into your Pinterest boards, Google images, magazines, and start cutting, printing, and pasting them all onto your board. Don’t think about the creative placement too much, making sure all of the visuals that correlate to your vision are on the board is key so just have fun with it, move with your energy, and see what happens! 

How does a vision board work?

Now that you have created the vision board, the big question is how do you use it? Does it need to be in your constant view or can you put it away in a drawer? Lanier says it’s important to place it somewhere you can see it often. She puts hers right behind the computer, so she can always glance at it. “If you decide to keep it in your drawers, make a habit of taking it out daily or weekly and visualizing it,” she suggests. “These are dreams the more time you spend them the more inspired you’ll be to take action towards them.” 

How does a vision board help you achieve your goals?

The most important step after creating a vision board is taking action. As the founder of The Morning Shift Co., Lanier believes in having a specialised morning routine and creating nourishing rituals which might be really distinctive to you and your targets. “These are important for each feeling the best way you need to really feel but additionally creating an area for who you might want to change into to attain these visions you see in your thoughts and maintain in your coronary heart,” she suggests. “Visualizing is a should so as to add to your routine every day. The extra you see it, the extra you’ll imagine it’s doable and perception is vital to getting what you need.” 

To study extra about imaginative and prescient boarding and change into intentional about your imaginative and prescient inside, be a part of Lanier for a virtual vision board experience as a result of “it’s not New Yr, New Me—it’s New Yr, Advanced Me.” We couldn’t agree extra!  

Observe Tiffany on Instagram @TheMorningShiftCo and @LivewithTiffany.

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