If you haven’t read the other pages yet, I suggest you do so first so that this page has more meaning.

Congratulations!  You are finally ready to bring your Vision Plan and words to life by turning them into life changing images on your very own vision board.

“Throughout the centuries there were men who took first steps, down new roads, armed with nothing but their own vision.” – Ayn Rand

Up to this point you have looked carefully and intentionally into each area of your life. And through that process have come to the understanding that either you are living your life to its optimal level (as stated in each life category circle), or you’re not.  My hunch is that you are not.  That’s not meant to be mean; it’s OK. We are all human, and works in process. Our flaws make life fun and exciting.

Now it’s time to give your ultimate life vision some rocket fuel by creating your vision board. Your vision plan and vision board form a unique combination which will guide you to the ultimate life you want.

Your vision board will consist of a poster board covered with pictures, words, and phrases which have special meaning to you. It can be as big as you like.  Get into a quiet thinking mood while you put your board together. I recommend putting on ambient instrumental background music to help you relax and clear your mind.  Focus your thoughts on how you want your life to be. Imagine yourself living that life. What do you want it to look and feel like? Who do you want in it? By identifying the people, places, situations, and things you want in your life; you will be consciously presenting your desires to God and the universe. This activates the power of the vision board.

To provide a brief illustration, I’m using the foundational word “Focus”, which is reflected on the Vision Plan page.  Below the definition, or meaning that the word holds, is how it was projected on the vision board.

Focus: Focus clearly on all aspects of life and identify with who am I spending my time. Are those people adding value or are they adding noise and distractions in my life?  Am I allowing anyone to keep me from having better values, stronger faith, more wealth, or peace of mind?  Am I doing what I really want to do for a living?  I need to focus more sharply on all six categories of my life, not just a few, and clear out the cobwebs. 

Focus represented on the Vision Board: Focus is illustrated by the big camera lens and represents the desire to get focused on changing my life. It’s in the middle of the board and central to everything.  The phrase blur-stopping power emphasizes the action I need to take to focus intentionally to get the results I want.  It takes effort to focus on something over a long period of time. I want to change from living life haphazardly to living a focused life by actually writing down goals, and following a plan to reach them.

More examples can be found in my book YOUR ULTIMATE LIFE VISION, a Handbook for Life, available on Amazon. com.

If you want an average life sit back and keep talking about what you “should” do.  Or, set you mind and actions on the right things and go after them.

“All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty” – Proverbs 14:23