You Can Do It: 4 Easy Steps To Create A Vision Board For Your Life

September 23, 2015  |  

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Do you feel stuck in your relationship, finances, career and life? Worry no more. It’s time to channel your inner Oprah and create your best life now. If you’re a stay-at-home mom CEO or seeking career change/positioning and individuals, I can help.

As a PR Expert/Brand Mom, I have created strategies and vision for A-list celebrities, athletes, corporate executives and most importantly, self. You see, my life was in turmoil seven years ago. From being 40 pounds overweight to being unemployed, I had to follow my own sage wisdom and envision a better life.

Every day is about living your best life no matter what. Will it be easy? No. But if you are willing to fight for your vision and commit, then you will see results.

Right now: take a moment to exhale, get still, tap into your inner child and allow your imagination to go bold with can-do thoughts. Now think about your immediate short-term goals (30 days) and your long-term (1-10 years). What would you like to see happen for yourself? What are your biggest dreams? How do you want to feel everyday? What do you want your legacy to be?

Create a vision board.

1. The sky is the limit. Unleash your creative side and start with a scrapbook, journal or vision board (get a large mounting board, cut out images from photos/magazines and paste them up). Set-up categories on the board: Spirituality, love, heath, hair, finance, career, relationship, family, inspiration, celebrity crush, etc.

2. Stay focused. Put the vision board in a prominent place you can see each day.

3. Reminder. Make a mini version of your vision board, put it in a journal and take it with you each day.

4. Do the work. Consistency and practice makes the dream and vision real.

 

Karen Taylor Bass is a best-selling author and PR Expert who understands that life only gets better when you press RESET. Follow her @thebrandnewmom

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  • PascaleeIam

    Love your positive, can-do energy, Karen. Good advice! I’m in!