After a weekend like mine–houseguest from London, cleaning out a garage, driving to NJ to watch a baseball game, preparing for and hostessing a vision board party–you’d think I’d be exhausted. I am, but only physically. Mentally, I’m charged up and ready to go.
See the woman in the center of my board above? That’s you, pleased with how great you look in a Red Violet shirt. Yes, the model is a B cup in a cardigan advertising Alli weight loss, but her expression captures the pleasure and confidence I want to give my customers.
If you’re feeling scattered, bored or blocked, then you’ve got to try a Vision Board. Even if you’re feeling great, you should try it. I benefited from the enthusiasm of 7 other friends sitting in my garden, cutting, pasting and sharing, but I would have been energized just by creating a board alone in my office. As Jill Lauri assured us, there’s no right or wrong way to go about this. She was a great help in getting us started, however. You may be surprised, as I was, at some of the things you realize you want.