If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.
-William Arthur Ward
Dream boards are a great way to have a constant visual of your goals. This idea of using visualization to help achieve your goals is something that is very prominent in sports, business, and psychology.
A dream board is not going to accomplish your dreams for you. Taking actions towards your goals is what’s going to get you there, and only you can determine on how best to implement those actions. Think of a dream board as a tool to help you get there. As are any other motivational tools, they are just tools, but you have to want something bad enough to accomplish it.
There are no set rules when creating a dream board, you can use pictures, quotes, or whatever inspires you.
My dream board originally was a blank canvas that was given to me as a birthday present. It was wood paneling, painted teal, with a burlap background.
What I did was find quotes that were inspirational for me and had personal meaning to me and my goals in life. Some of the quotes are vague but they apply to multiple facets of my life that I am working on.
Hope this post helps you create your own dream board too! You can wake up and look at it every day to remember to take one step towards your goal each day. I would love to hear about different ways that you motivate yourself towards achieving your goals. What is one goal you would love to achieve in the near future? What would you have on your dream board? Comment below!