Check in with your vision board
Mid-year is the best time to check in with your vision board. You may have already met a goal or two, haven’t achieved any, as yet, or maybe your goals have changed entirely. Regardless, here’s how you can check in with your vision board.
Review your vision board
Reviewing your vision board helps with goal tracking. This is when you go back to the goals you have set for yourself and tick off the things you have achieved and have not achieved so far.
Some questions you might ask yourself in this process can include, ‘What have I achieved so far’ ‘What have I learned so far this year’, ‘Am I where I expected or planned to be at this time’, ‘what steps can I take to get back on track’.
Re-evaluate your vision board
This is when you determine if the goals that you set at the beginning of the year are still meaningful to you. Over time, things change and goals that we set shouldn’t be fixed and unchangeable. It’s okay to adapt or change your goals as you go along.
This is the time to start asking yourself the following questions, ‘Are my goals still relevant’, ‘What challenges or obstacles came up during the year’, ‘Are there things that I can do differently’, ‘What new goals should I be focusing on’, ‘Are certain goals affecting my mental health’.
Celebrate every win
Don’t forget to celebrate the goals that you’ve met, whether you worked hard for them, or the universe worked in your favour. Pat yourself on the back and don’t forget to acknowledge that you made these achievements so far.
It’s also okay if you’ve achieved little to nothing so far Choma, the main goal of a vision board is that it allows you to dream. Not achieving anything shouldn’t shrink your level of dreaming or demotivate you.
A vision board is not something that you write down and put away, it’s something that you pay close attention to and revisit often. Sometimes you might need to rearrange something every month or even every week. It really depends on your goals, dreams and where you stand with your life. Stay focused and don’t be too hard on yourself!
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