Creating a vision for your life is biblical, Habakkuk 2:2 Then the LORD replied: "Write down the revelation and make it plain on tablets so that a herald may run with it. That’s why we’ve included the Vision Board spread in all our planners because we believe this is critical to your continued walk with Christ.
A vision board is for what you want to achieve. It doesn’t have to be big, audacious goals. That can be overwhelming. Instead, it might be easier to create a vision board on one specific area or something you want to achieve, be, do, or have. Maybe you want to change your negative views to being more uplifting and positive. Then creating a vision board around positive affirmations would be a good choice to start with. Here are 3 ideas for vision boards that are geared to specific areas:
- Specific project goals. If you’re a business owner or in charge of a specific project at work, create a vision board that showcases the outcome you want from a specific project. Paste images and words that convey a successful completion and the results from the project.
- Family goals. Maybe you want to be closer as a family. Paste images of happy families doing things together, inspiring quotes, and words of close families. If you are planning a trip as a family, use a vision board to showcase having fun on the trip, as well as the things you want to do and see on the trip.
- Spiritual goals. Create a vision about how you want to grow spiritually. Use Bible verses, stamps and stickers to illustrate your vision.
There you have it. These three types of vision ards can be easier to create and accomplish than a big overall life vision bard. What other ideas do you have?
If you’d like to give this a try, you can download a free version here