20/20 Vision

Create your 20/20 Vision Board

Say “Yes” to inspiration and motivation!

What is a Vision Board?

Most of us have fleeting ideas of what we want to be, do or have in our lives. But they remain just that: fleeting! After all, who has time to intentionally get clear about what we want to create?

The power of intention and focus is not a secret. Vision Boards are a tool to harness attention and intention. Katy Perry, Ellen Degeneres and Oprah all swear that Vision Boards were the tool to help them intentionally create the outcomes they wanted in life.

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Woman sitting and making a vision board

But it’s not just about slapping a bunch of images of the things you want on a poster board. It’s about getting clear about your authentic intention for your life, its about letting go of what’s getting in the way, and it’s about clearly connecting with your dreams while designing a vision that compels you to pay attention!

It’s as much about what goes on the board as what doesn’t!

Inspired living isn’t an accident, it’s a practice!

Vision Board workshops provide the space to discover and remember our best selves and determine how we want to practice BEING!

Want to cultivate CLEAR vision?

Are you ready to…

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Be authentically seen?
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Let your light shine?
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Let go of what’s NOT yours?

You deserve a CLEAR VISION of your own…

Here’s what you’ll get:
  • Clarity on what you really want (no more settling for someone else’s dream!)
  • Space and time to map out your ideal outcomes in each area of your life
  • Connection with like-minded peers (no negative nellies permitted!)
  • A proven method to clear out the natural “gunk” that arises
  • Your very own Vision Board to use and effortlessly direct your daily action by harnessing your attention
  • A full day of breathing, dreaming and be-ing!
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • an open heart and mind
  • a willingness to be uncomfortable (as we process tough questions)
  • permission (from yourself) to make mistakes
  • strength to ask questions and allowing for unknowing
  • courage to change your mind!
  • Tools: poster board, scissors, glue/glue stick, magazines
  • ANYTHING ELSE that makes you feel creative