It’s vision boarding season.
And like last year, I had a vision board event that focused on intentions, inspiration and motivation–and less on gaining excessive ‘stuff.’
I remixed the purpose of the vision board party by suggesting different types of boards such as:
- A Gratitude board
- An Achievement board
- A Purpose board
- A “Stop doing/start doing board/list
A Gratitude Board
An Achievement board
A Purpose board
A “Stop doing/start doing board/list:
The start of the New Year is a perfect time to start a stop doing list and to make this the cornerstone of your New Year resolutions, be it for your company, your family or yourself. It also is a perfect time to clarify your three circles, mirroring at a personal level the three questions asked by Smith:
1) What are you deeply passionate about?
2) What are you are genetically encoded for — what activities do you feel just “made to do”?
3) What makes economic sense — what can you make a living at?
Those fortunate enough to find or create a practical intersection of the three circles have the basis for a great work life.
But what about the boys? Are vision boards for men?
A male reader, or two, has wondered how they can make my challenges/activities tailored toward them.
Now, I know most men aren’t going to get together, pull out their old GQ mags and glue cute pictures to cork board…but they can do lists. If you’re a guy, you can use the guidelines above and make a nice little list in your composition book (because guys don’t keep journals) and it will be just about the same thing.
Ok. Happy Envisioning!
Here are some pics: