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Tuesday Thoughts And Visionboards

Hi Friends, What did you implement last week? While you read this, I will still be in Germany. I really want to shift our focus to creating a vision. It's January. A new year. A new start. Do you love making a new vision board every year like I do? This habit has only been a part of my life for 3 years now! Terri Seville taught me the how to. She might still have her vision board course for sale for only $8 on her website, Now you could say: "I'm too busy." "I don't know where to start." "They don't work." "What should I put on it?" Valid questions for sure. I suggest you decide on 3 goals. If that is too much, pick only one goal. Those goals could be in any of these following categories or add your own:

  • health/weight goal

  • money goal

  • relationship goal

  • education goal

  • hobby goal

  • travel goal

  • new habit goal

  • add your own category

For example, concerning health, your goal could sound like this: I drink water consistently, as my main drink (if you want to kick a soda habit). Or concerning money: I pay off my debt of $13,492 by December 31st. Education: I sign up for 3 classes this year, one in each quarter. Relationship: I take out my adult child for a meal twice a month. Hobby: I read one book a month. Make one piece of jewelry. Play disc golf once a week. Travel: I plan a visit to Alaska in July. New habit: I am committed to learning mediation on a daily basis. And then you look online and find pictures to save and print. Or you look through magazines and cut out pictures. What I want to encourage you to do is to include a picture of you. Put them on a cork board, a poster board, or a nice frame. Whatever strikes your fancy. Last year's vision board had a picture of me in front of Terri's conference room with a saying, "You've got a new chapter to write, and it looks nothing like the old one." I also included my word of the year, which was FOCUS. Simply write that word on a index card or write it in marker. Make it look plain or pretty. Many pictures or a few. Organized or jumbled up. As long as you are happy with the results. THEN, and this is super important!!!! Hang it where you will see it every day. On top of that, I write daily goals, a thank you list, and goal related tasks on a planner sheet every day. I will gladly share that if you want to print it out for yourself. Just let me know. The sample vision board above is actually lacking some clear numbers. Like dates and such. There is so much more to vision boards. I just wanted to get you curious and started with some ideas. Terri quotes Habakkuk 2:2,

Write the vision and make it clear.

Now, invite a few friends or take the time for yourself. I would be so delighted, if you shared some pictures with me.

Happy vison boarding my friends!!

Need help? Message me.

PS: Message me for a free consult to start moving toward a new chapter in your life.

You are loved. Deeply loved. Loved beyond measure.

Until next time,

Isabelle Call or write for a free life coaching consultation #732-331-2246

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