In this video talks about Vision Boards. After you watch this, read PART TWO (below) of the original article 5 Steps to Create a Vision Board by Beth Tabak

If you do not have a vision, nothing happens.” Christopher Reeve
1- What you will need- Choose the supplies you like. You need a poster board, push pins or glue, magazines, and a computer is helpful. I prefer thicker foam board but choose what fits you best.
Vision gives you the impulse to make the picture your own.” Robert Collie
2- Find images, words, numbers, quotes, and phrases that attract you- Skim through magazines and marketing pieces. Pay attention online. When something jumps out causing a positive emotional reaction, cut it out, and set it aside. Initially you may choose many. Compare to weed the pile down.
A vision is not just a picture of what could be, it is an appeal to our better selves, a call to become something more.” Rosabeth Moss Kanter
3- What is missing- As you browse images ask what part of who you are or who you aim to be is missing. Seek other sources such as photographs or use the computer to print a meaningful word, number, phrase, or quote. Represent big, small, long and short term goals.
The question is not what you look at, but what you see.” Henry David Thoreau
4- The finished product- Create the collage in a way that expresses you. Your goals are now represented visually. When you glance at your vision board it should feel complete and authentic to you. Some images may seem far off and others a small stretch. Every image should induce a strong positive emotional reaction and sense of excitement. As you browse the images fully experience them. Hold that!
The whole world steps aside for the man who knows where he is going.” Anonymous
5- Keep your vision board in view to experience daily- Place your collage where you see it regularly. Notice it. Experience doing, having, giving, or being what the images represent. Use your senses to hear, see, smell, feel, and taste. At a tropical resort you hear ocean waves crashing upon the beach. You feel the ocean spray and the subtle breeze spreads the essence of a nearby fire pit. You observe around you the peaceful grace of majestic swaying palms and sailboats gliding in the distance. Get the picture? Feel it. Experience it. Ignite action!
Another option is to use a visual image. I once had a caller in a teleclass who throughout her childhood hung a bridle on her bedroom doorknob representing her dream to have a horse. She later owned a ranch with many horses. The visual image held her dream until it became reality. Vision map videos are available as well but you have to be willing to watch it regularly. They are effective for marketing.
So what are you waiting for? Begin. Begin to allow what is most important to you. Give it a face. Give it an experience. Give it life. Bring fully the vastness of your abilities one step at a time… Starting Now!
Beth Tabak of Starting Now Coachin g is a Business & Life Coach, speaker, columnist, & owner of Starting Now. She coaches big thinkers to be unlimited, stand out in the crowd, and experience the vastness of their capabilities. Stop by to see all that is available to you and say “hello”.