Vision Boards

Do you do a yearly vision board?

This is something I started doing again a few years ago. It’s so interesting to see how much you can accomplish when you set your mind to it.

One statement I recently heard from a fellow realtor (I am not sure where it originated, but I love it!) is:

We tend to overestimate greatly what we can accomplish in one year and underestimate even more greatly what we can accomplish in 3 years.

Author unknown to me

I find this to be very true. Looking back at all you have done and how far you’ve come and grown is a good way to not get down on yourself for not being exactly who you’re forming yourself to be.

I’m looking forward to this year being a year of more focus on the physical and spiritual aspect of my being, not as heavy on the business side.

My business should be able to continue to grow with the systems and staff I have put in place and this will allow me more personal time.

I pray that this year is a wonderful year for everyone. We all need it after surviving 2020.


Published by lisamarie2015

I just turned 50 and am ready to make 2020 the year of major change for myself and my family! I am a realtor, an artist and a fitness lover. I am ready to tackle some of those difficult things in life that seem to get put off and put off and see where this new road of focus and intention takes me.

2 thoughts on “Vision Boards

    1. I usually buy or collect magazines that I like and use them to do one. You can cut out words or photos or sayings. I really like it. Looking back from that one from several years ago I can see so much I did accomplish. Still a ways to go, but it’s amazing how much visualizing can help.

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