You get what you think about most of the time
Updated: Apr 23
You get what you think about most of the time…and one way of keeping what you want (rather than what you don’t want) top of mind is to create a visual board. On it you place cuttings, words and pictures that represent what it will be like when you achieve your goals. It can be digital, paper, or take any other form that works for you, and may look as near or far into the future as you want.
By seeing these images every day, you not only maintain your motivation, but your brain starts looking subconsciously for ways in the real world to make these things come true. This changes your perception, your thinking and your behaviour.
This year I am experimenting with my own visual board and so far, I'm on track with my actions - so looks like seeing my vision every day is helping me along!