Personal Vision

Personal Vision


A Personal Vision is Important to Fulfilling Your Purpose

Having a vision for yourself is extremely important to fulfilling your life’s purpose. Your purpose and vision work in tandem to help you live in your purpose and ensure that your journey is grand, intentional, and impactful.

When you understand your purpose, you can use your vision to direct your life steps. Your vision will allow you to use your imagination to create the life that you want. And you will live an amazing and extraordinary life. For this reason, your vision should be ambitious and inspirational. 

The journey to live on purpose begins by creating a personal vision statement. A personal vision statement helps to define where you would like to be in the future. It defines what you want, who you want to be, and how you plan to impact the world. More importantly, it delineates how you are going to get there.



Setting Your Intentions for Your Personal Vision:

Start by capturing a mental vision of the life that you want to live. Your mental vision must be detailed and reflect your wildest dreams and imagination. Once you have envisioned a big life for yourself, transfer that vision into your subconscious. Your subconscious can not distinguish between what’s real or imagined. In your subconscious, it will activate the Universe to begin aligning the necessary people, things, events, and experiences so that what’s held in your subconsciousness will begin to materialize or manifest in your life.

Components of a Personal Vision Statement

  • Short and Long Term Goals
  • Values
  • Interest or Passion
  • Skills
  • What difference do you want to make in the world
  • Steps you are going to take to achieve that vision

Vision Board: Bring Your Vision to Life

What is a vision board? A vision board is a visual representation of the things you want in your future. It helps you to manifest your vision by providing you with visual reminders of what you would like to accomplish. In essence, it is a visual representation of your personal statement. You can use your vision board to represent long-term goals (5 years), annual goals, or both.

Getting Started:

  • Take some time to clarify your vision. 
  • Write your vision statement.
  • Gather your materials.
  • Find images and objects that represent your vision.
  • Arrange your materials on your board (your board can be a canvas, picture frame, construction paper, etc.)
  • Once completed, place your vision board where you'll see it daily.
Note:  Your vision board should include images that represent your vision, things that inspire you, colors that evoke emotions, textures, photos, quotes, ect. Be as creative as you would like.

Now, let your Imagination Run Wild!!

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1 comment

Great article!

Shawn Brown

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