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Vision Board and Idea Journal Worksheets

Instructions: Vision Board Keeping a Vision Board with images that evoke a strong emotional response is a strong tool for continuing to hold your personal vision of your ideal life in your mind. Being able to actually SEE the goals you are working towards is not only motivating, but instrumental in focusing on the final goal that you will achieve. To create yours, start by adding the following worksheets to the binder you use for your Daily Tracker. Preferably, use dividers to create a separate section for each of the life areas so you can add related materials later and stay organized. If you like, place your vision board inside a clear plastic protector with binder holes to keep it in good shape throughout daily use of your journal. On the page for each life area's Vision Board, you will paste a collection of images, words, and phrases that symbolize to you what your life will be like at its ideal state. Don't hold back- be creative and dream big. Sit down and ask yourself truthfully what it is that you want. Really become involved in the process. Start looking through magazines or online and clip/print images that you think you might want to use. Don't paste right away- collect them first, then sit down and start assembling your vision board for the life area you are working on. If you like, add a picture of yourself where you are happy, radiant, and enjoying life in a way related to the area you are working on. The purpose of the board is that you will be able to look at this page and see and feel your vision already coming to fruition. Keep your binder nearby and look through your vision boards at least once a week, but also whenever you need a little extra motivation or as you work on your journal. The more you envision your ideal life, the more positive energy you create, and the faster you will get there.

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Idea Journal Every idea should be treated as a flash of brilliance. The best thoughts come at the strangest times, and it is important to acknowledge all new ideas. For this reason, you should have a designated place to get them all down on paper as soon as they pop into your mind. It's easy to tell yourself that you'll write it down later, but often they go as quick as they come. Use a separate Idea Journal for each life area. If you run out of space, just copy a new one and add it in. Feel free to add additional pieces of notebook paper with sketches or plans that you manage to get down on paper. Don't hesitate to add to something to your list because you are unsure of whether or not it is an action step you actually want to take. Just get it down, and you can always reevaluate later on. Having all your thoughts in a central place serves a few purposes. First, great ideas are not forgotten because you didn't have time to write them down. Second, once you get in the habit of making yourself aware of these ideas and giving them the credit they deserve, you'll actually encourage yourself to create more and more as time goes on. Another benefit is having a list of action steps to look at when your plan starts to look a little fuzzy. Rather than having to depend on a fresh new idea at a certain time (meaning at the time you are about to start), you will have a whole list to look through and can select the one that will best suit your intentions. As a final reminder, a lot of times I see people mention that new ideas come either right before bed or as they are waking up in the morning. So, please, have your binder and something to write with near the bed so you can jump right on it and get those ideas down! Remember, all those little ideas are the action steps you have been working for through visioning and focus. Listen to them!

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Vision Board Life Area: Health & Fitness

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Idea Journal Life Area: Health & Fitness

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Vision Board Life Area: Relationships

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Idea Journal Life Area: Relationships

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Vision Board Life Area: Spiritual

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Idea Journal Life Area: Spiritual

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Vision Board Life Area: Financial

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Idea Journal Life Area: Financial

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Vision Board Life Area: Professional

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Idea Journal Life Area: Professional

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Vision Board Life Area: Environment

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Idea Journal Life Area: Environment

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Vision Board Life Area: Fun & Adventure

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Idea Journal Life Area: Fun & Adventure

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