Vision Boards and Visualization

"If you want to reach a goal, you must 'see the reaching' in your own mind before you actually arrive at your goal."

This quote from one of most influential motivational speakers, Zig Ziglar, best describes visualization. It is the process of seeing what you want to have and where you want to be in order to achieve them. The good thing is you don’t have to store it in your mind. You can lay out your thoughts and make them tangible through vision boards.

This podcast shows how visualization and creating vision boards can serve you in manifesting your best self, your dream life. Recorded during the start of the year, hosts Gina, Kat, and Krista shares how the vision boards are very timely wherever journey you are in – may it be weight loss, financial gain, or career advancement.

From a foodie visualizing of a great meal, getting her nearer to knowing where to get that meal to a career woman’s steadfast visualization of living at the Hudson Yards and ultimately residing there, this podcast proves that you can realize whatever dream you visualize.

Your manifestation is your birthright and you can claim it when you know how. Start with knowing your goals and “seeing” them. There is no limit as long as you believe that you deserve them. Take a leap of faith and seize the great life awaiting you.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The first step in achieving your goals and reaching your dreams

  • The importance of having a vision board

  • How vision board creation can be an enjoyable and productive group activity

  • Real-life stories on how vision boards help people manifest their dream life

  • The best time to create your vision board

Big Takeaways:

  • To get anywhere in your life, career, relationships, you need to visualize what you want and where you want to be.

  • Amidst the chaos of your everyday life – busy schedule, constant changes, and distractions – a vision board will serve as a reminder to reel you back to your main goal.

  • Having faith in your visualized dream is universal. It transcends religious and spiritual beliefs and backgrounds.

  • Remember to visualize and write as an adult but believe as a child. You need structure and logic in attaining your goal but you must have the boundless faith of the child inside of you as well.

  • A vision board is your tangible “As-if Frame.” Imagining what you see and feel once you have achieved your dream will propel you to actually get there.

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