My 2018 5-Division Vision Board
Welcome back to the blog. I hope you’ve been having a great week so far? Well, It’s my first week back to Uni and I already have a submission due tomorrow :(. So, yeah. You can guess how my week went. Today’s post was inspired by 2 people I truly love for creative and life inspiration. The first person is Sisi Yemmie. She inspired me to finally create time to make a mood-board and bring all my goals and aspiration this year into a visual content. The other person is Timothy Ferries who once talked about how to simplify your goals to avoid being overwhelmed and create a structure.
Like everyone, I have lots of things on my list I want to achieve and work toward this year. Just like every plan and goal, the only thing that can actually bring your visions to life after prayer of-course is ACTION. This is one word very important to me and resonates in anything I plan to do. I want to look at these vision boards every-day and constantly ask myself one question: Are you taking actions to drive you towards these goals?
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So, Timothy talked about summarising and simplifying your goals for structure. He recommended compiling your goals into 3 to 5 major divisions/categories which is why I called this 5 division goals. So, what are my 5 division goals?
For me this year, I am looking to build a stronger relationship with my family (Family means a lot to me), Invest in my blogging, Save towards my business set-up, travel [I am going somewhere soon, watch out – Hint = Island – Guess where in the comment section below] and learning to increase my knowledge (Education, skills, general knowledge…). So, I created 5 different vision boards that define these divisions/categories. I am a visual learner, so having images to constantly remind me of what I am working to achieve is definitely a great idea. Scroll down to see the making of my 5-Division vision boards. Hope this will inspire you to dream big and stay focused this year as you create your own vision board.