How to create a vision board and set goals for 2021

How to create a vision board and set goals for 2021

New year, new goals

I have been creating vision boards for the last three years and I am extremely passionate about goal setting. I truly believe that we see the greatest change and growth, when we push ourselves outside of our comfort zone. Goal setting is less about the actual goals and more about the people we become on the way to reaching those goals.

Each January, I set my intentions and create a list of ten to twelve goals that I want to accomplish for the year. I then create a vision board with those goals and hang it in a place that I see often (like my closet). Here are a couple of my vision boards to help inspire you:

2021 Vision Board
2020 Vision Board

Vision board workbook

This year, I have created a Vision Board Workbook that is a step-by-step guide for creating your own vision board. It is one thing to set these intentions and goals at the beginning of the year, but in order to achieve them, they have to remain top of mind throughout the entire year. In addition to hanging the vision board in a visible location, I also do a Half Year In Review to ensure I don’t lose sight of my goals.

Give yourself grace

It is also important to note, that I have never achieved all of the goals that I set for myself. Even if you don’t achieve any of the goals, any step forward should be celebrated. The quote, “No matter how slow you go, you are still beating everyone on the couch” sticks out to me and is a reminder that any progress is an achievement. If we were to sit back and not make any goals, then we wouldn’t be taking formative action towards becoming a better versions of ourselves. However, it must be noted that this process requires a lot of grace and self reflection. Don’t quit when things get hard, it is okay to make adjustments along the way.

“No matter how slow you go, you are still beating everyone on the couch”

CT Fletcher

Let’s Get Started

  1. Download the Vision Board Workbook
  2. Tune in on zoom for a walk through of the workbook on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021 at 10 a.m.
  3. Set aside approximately 2-3+ hours to create your vision board
  4. Tag me in any posts of your vision board or goals you accomplish!
  5. If you have any questions, email info@dawnchristine.ca


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