Schedule time in the morning & evening to focus on your vision board, at least 3 min each time. Look at the pictures & imagine that they are happening. Because if your mind cannot imagine it, it’s not going to happen.
Be consistent! Just like any other method of accomplishing goals and creating habits, consistency is the key to success when it comes to vision boards. Scheduling specific times each day to envision the items and goals on your vision board will help you turn your vision board into a habit, helping you achieve what’s on your board even faster.
Learn more about what it will take to accomplish your goals.
Do some research, pick up a book
, listen to a podcast, talk to people who have already achieved the things you want. Hearing and seeing that someone else has already done what you’re working toward will make it seem more possible for you and will also give you ideas on how to get there.
Doubt and negative self-talk are almost guaranteed to arise. Remind yourself that these things don’t happen immediately, that your vision board doesn’t have to be perfect, and that your steps to getting there don’t need to be perfect either. Be open to receiving levels of achievement as they come to you. Don’t let doubt, negative self-talk, or perfectionism shut you down or slow you down. Practice believing- even if you have to pretend, wish, and hope at first.
“Imagine whatever you can look at and begin believing, your mind [even subconsciously] can start to put action steps together and you can start achieving.”
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