How Using a Vision Board Will Help You Reach Your Goals

by - May 11, 2019

You are probably thinking that I should have posted this at the beginning of the year because that is when everyone is creating their vision boards and making their goals for the year to come. Am I right?

How Using a Vision Board Will Help You Reach Your Goals


But why?

You should always be creating new goals, planning for new dreams, and creating the life you want to live.

So why would you want to only create a vision board at the start of the year when you can constantly change your vision board to reflect what you are trying to achieve?

How Using a Vision Board Will Help You Reach Your Goals

When you have a vision board, it will help you to know what you want to achieve next, or to inspire you to finish the goal that you are working on now.

So many people think that as long as they are setting goals then they are going to be able to complete them. 

But what motivates them to finish their goals?

They don't have a vision board to look at. 

Your vision board doesn't have to be big, and it will motivate you to keep on going. I keep my vision board in my planner, and I love flipping through my planner to go to that page to add a sticker, or to add a new dream to it.

Should I only have one vision board?

No. You should have as many as you need. Say for instance if a project is big, then you could have a separate vision board just for that project. 

I made a new vision board just last week because it is a bigger one to go on my desk and it looks pretty cute and minimalist at the same time, so it works as a piece of decor.

If you need more than one vision board around your house, to remind you of your goals, then go for it. :)

My goals are always changing, and if I just had one vision board, then it wouldn't work.

Below are some ideas on different vision boards you can try making.

  • A yearly vision board
    • Divided into quarters helps you to be more productive!
    • Divided into months, so you know which goals you want to complete when
  • A quarterly vision board
    • If you have a lot to do, or your business sets quarterly goals, then this might be perfect for you.
  • A monthly vision board
    • If you are extremely busy and you love being artistic, then you might want to try one of these because you get to make a new one each month.
    • Try adding a different theme to each vision board!
    • If your goals are mostly short-term goals, or if they are constantly changing then this might just be the vision board for you.
  • A lifetime vision board
    • Think about everything you want to achieve in your life, and then add it to this board.
    • Remember to add some inspiration too!
    • Perfect for if you have a lot of long-term goals
  • A project vision board
    • A project vision board can help to break down a big task into smaller pieces.
    • For instance, if you were going to start a business, you might make a vision board just for your business with all of your hopes and goals for your business. 
You could even take a picture of your vision board or to scan it, and then upload it as your laptop or phone background, so every time you turn on your laptop or phone you see it.

I guess what I wanted to say in this post is that a vision board will motivate you to reach your goals, and without a vision board, it is harder to find the motivation to reach them.


I hope that this post motivated you to try making a vision board to help you to reach your goals.

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