My vision board workshop is called the BLISS Board Workshop
Ever since I executed my exit strategy out of the corporate world carefully over 2 to 4 years, I opened up my days to more hours. My reduced corporate-work hours were making me 35% more in income. I say that was a fair trade-off and raise after a dedicated career in the actuarial sciences.
Today, I still use the same techniques to envision the world around me, how I want it to look and what I intend to accomplish.
It takes 25 things in one direction
Once you commit to finding your purpose, we will work up 25 things to work on.
Here are some examples:
- Eat more fruits and veggies.
- Walk and stretch daily.
- Renovate something.
- Take a trip.
- Decorate for the holidays.
Continue on from there, then you'll do more work categorizing your priorities and creating balance in your life.
Map the next twelve (12) months
Once you've done all the exercises, either make a digital or physical Vision Board with reminders or hints of the things you've chosen to work on.
Put this in your office, around your house, on your computer background, phone background, whatever reminder you need in order to be successful.
Make a digital vision board with Canva
My favorite graphic design program is Canva. You don't have to be a digital pro to make a digital vision board that reminds you of your goals every day. I make all my images in Canva, many animations, too.
I made my own logos in Canva as well. If you remember my world emojis wearing white glasses, that represents my mother who always wore white glasses. She passed in December 2017, and now I've created a new version with the star to use with black glasses, closer to my own preference. Find some inspiration like that to make your own logo and graphics.
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