I have nine years of Vision Boards on my art table, leaning against the wall, one in front of the other. I spend a lot of time during the year looking at that year's board—getting inspired, looking for clues, finding courage. When I look at past years' Vision Boards side by side, I can see themes and patterns and connect what happened to the images and words on the boards.
Each person's Vision Board shares powerful messages as workshop participants build their own vision boards and look forward to the year ahead. Near the end of each workshop, I lead the group in an exercise that uses the inspiration and wisdom of their vision boards to set clear intentions and plans for what they can build and grow in the coming year.
Your Vision Board isn't just a pretty piece of artwork; it's a map to a life you love.