Using Vision Boards for Personal and Professional Growth

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How do you create intentional desire to reach your goals? Staying focused on your goals can be challenging, but it becomes much easier when you lean on tools and mindset practices. Vision boards are one tool that doesn’t get enough hype, and we love using them to foster personal and professional growth. Here’s how you can implement these colorful collages into your business. 

What Is a Vision Board?

A vision board is a visual representation of the things that you want to achieve in life. Picture an aesthetic collage of images, quotes, or items that you place on a board or poster to remind yourself of your goals and dreams. You can also create digital vision boards using Canva. We love vision boards because they can help you stay motivated and inspired to reach your goals—personally and professionally. 

Implementing Vision Boards Into Your Life

There is no right or wrong way to create a vision board, just as there is no right or wrong way to use it. We recommend starting by making a list of your personal and professional goals. You can combine them or split them into two different categories if you prefer to create two separate vision boards with different intentions. 

For your business, use your vision board to manifest professional milestones. Maybe you want to create a new business model; what does it look like? How can you represent that model through visuals? For example, let’s say your goal is to bag your first $10k month in sales. You’d collect pictures of money, business people closing deals, or even the exact words “$10k cash month” to use on your board. 

Conclusion 

Make a list of your goals, grab a poster board or create a blank canvas within Canva, collect visual media that represent your goals, then display it somewhere you will see every day once you are satisfied with the design. Don’t forget to take action, too! Revisit your list of goals and take steps to reach them. 

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