Earlier this year, we talked about how to create a vision board to help you meet your 2016 goals. I got a lot of great feedback from many clients and readers who took the challenge and created their own vision boards, and many of them are still on track for success this year.
If you did not create a vision board to keep you on task and motivated to meet your goals for 2016, it’s not too late. In fact, as we approach the last quarter of the year, it’s an excellent time to really kick things into high gear and finish 2016 on a positive note.
Keep in mind that putting together a vision board is not just a great idea for business goals, but really for any area of your life. If you’re working toward health and fitness goals, a vision board can be a really effective way to keep yourself on track and motivated. How about financial goals? Again, a vision board will help get you there. A vision board is also a great tool if you’re planning a wedding or any other big life event.
If you’re not sure where to get started with your vision board, no worries! I’m here to help! I’m giving away my FREE Vision Board Workbook to show you the why and how of creating a vision board that will help you keep your eye on the prize – whatever your prize is!
Studies have shown that people are far more likely to meet their goals – whether they are personal or professional goals – when they write them down. Sure, you could make a list of goals you want to meet this year, but wouldn’t a big, bright, colorful vision board be a lot more inspiring? On those tough days when it’s easy to lose sight of what you’re working for and why, wouldn’t a visual like a board filled with amazing photos be more likely to get you back on track?
The answer is a resounding yes, and that’s why you’ll want to download my free workbook now so you can get started on your vision board right away!
There’s still plenty of time to make 2016 your best year yet, and if that means meeting some business or personal goals, it’s not too late. It’s never too late to be successful, and a vision board will definitely keep you on track!
Have you ever created a vision board? I’d love to know how it kept you inspired and motivated to reach your goals! Leave a comment below!
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