We are all familiar with goal setting. In fact, simply formulating goals has become almost a template that some people no longer pay attention to. In this article, you will learn how to create a wish visualization board that breaks this pattern and helps you achieve your goals.
Step 1. Collect materials
You can use magazines or picture sites. Find different types of illustrations covering all topics that interest you. If necessary, you can also use documents from a specific university or from your job. You need to find images that remind you of your goals and aspirations, and that can motivate you to achieve them.
Step 2. Flip through each magazine and cut out any pictures you like
Let your mind follow your instinct. Find bright, colorful images that make you feel ambitious or motivated. Try to keep cut words to a minimum - images are more powerful.
Options for motivating pictures: beautiful houses, cars, flowers, landscapes, fitness models, or just clouds
Step 3. Purchase a base for your poster
It can be a magnetic board or just a piece of Whatman paper. They are inexpensive and available in many local stores. Suitable size is 1m x 1.5m.
Step 4. Cut out photos
Make sure you do this carefully and then place them on the prepared base.
Step 5. Place your poster next to your bed or in the office, anywhere where you can look at it at least twice a day for 5 minutes
Have fun contemplating your "masterpiece" and imagine your new life depicted in the poster you created.
Step 6. In the next 12 months, you will notice how you begin to achieve some of the goals captured on your poster
- To cut costs, ask friends, your local library, work, various offices, etc. for old magazines. People tend to be delighted that someone will pick up this waste paper. But you better make sure they don't mind if you cut up their magazines!
- Some magazines are cheap to subscribe, and many magazines can be ordered online for home delivery.
- You can purchase a Whatman paper or blank canvas to use as the basis for your poster at your local art or stationery store.
- If you want a large poster, buy it and don't worry about the space required.
- When cutting and pasting, paper scraps and glue spots can be all over your work surface. To avoid this mess, place or underlay something.
- Try to keep your cutouts organized before sticking. You don't want to lose anything!