Vision Journals Workshop CREATE THE JOURNAL & DIRECT THE VISION
In this 3-hour hands-on workshop, we are going to creatively work through some of those barriers that hinder you from realizing your personal and professionals goals. Vision Journals bring out our inner magic and allow us to work on our Ps - Proper Planning takes Patience!
A Vision Journal is a cross between a vision board and a calendar that you create as you plan your 90-Day goal(s). It serves as your guide as you set a realistic and attainable goal. I get it, you have goals, dreams, and aspirations and I want to INSPIRE ACTION so that you can reach your epicenter. The 90-Day Journal system I have created is an accountability tool that drives ACTIONS forward.
It is AWESOME to have goals, but you have to understand the importance of implementing the actions/tasks needed to reach those goals.
Sometimes there are barriers in our lives, whether they are confidence issues, money issues, ego issues... Whatever they are, they can get in the way of you living those dreams, but a vision board helps you to see clearly.
During the process of creating your personal system of ACTIONABLE STEPS towards your goals we will explore the following:
1. Setting attainable goals in a realistic time period: Sometimes we have to set goals that move a bigger vision forward.
2. Clearly identifying priorities: Do you ever feel as though there is so much you want to accomplish and everything is now the priority? A "Priority Check" is important when you're ready to get serious about setting and accomplishing goals, understanding that not all "priorities" are truly priorities.
3. Determining your benchmark: Before you get ahead of yourself... What can you truly accomplish within the time frame you have set? Do you have a budget to even begin that project? Does your goal require more resources? By determining your benchmark you will be able to create a criterion to justify setting a specific goal.
4. Banking your goals: So, just because a goal does not fit the benchmarks we have set does not make it a bad goal. Banking your goals until you're ready is a great way to stay focused on the overall vision.