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For those of you who received my eNewsletter last week, I thought I would share with you how I am doing the exercise this month.  For those of you who have not signed up for my eNewsletter, not to worry.  I will recap the exercise right now:

My 3 Frames for 2009

My 3 Frames for 2009

January’s Fearless Focus section of my newsletter challenged you do the following:

1) Create (3) 8×10 Picture frames based upon themes you want to accomplish in 2009.  Mine were: Focus, Creativity, & Gratitude. (See image below)

2) Decide which theme you want to work on this month.

3) Create a 8×10 mini vision board each month of this year based upon the theme from those frames.  (See my January’s FOCUS mini vision board below.)

My FOCUS Mini Vision Board

My FOCUS Mini Vision Board

4) Place it on your desk or close to a place where you will see it all during the day.  Take a few minutes to review the images, words, theme, etc. throughout your day.
My Desk

My Desk

I thought it would be a good idea to illustrate how I am doing the exercise.  I  believe that it is important to stay “focused” on your goals for 2009 especially with so many negative people voicing their opinion these days.  If you haven’t had a chance to look at the vision board software from my newsletter, you really should take a minute to evaluate it for yourself.  Click here to check out the software. I created my FOCUS mini vision board poster using the tool in less than 10 minutes.  I then printed and framed it.  Since I will be repeating the same process each month, the vision board software is perfect for me because it saves me so much time not to mention it is so cool.  What I like best about the software is that after I created my vision board screensaver, all I had to do was click a button to get all the images imported into my new poster board.  That was how I was able to create the mini vision board in less than 10 minutes.  Click here to find out how the software can work for you. You can thank me later.
I would really like to hear how you are doing with the exercise.  Please place any comments or feedback directly using this post.
2009 WILL be my FINEST year ever!  Will it be yours?  Decide now and make it so!
Peace, love, and mucho gratitude,
Bill
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How do I use vision boards to manifest my goals?  I am not someone who uses only one type, I use several.  Every January 1st since 2000, my family and I create 8×10 picture frames illustrating how we want our year to turn out.  We do 3 frames each and use a variety of different tools to create them such as markers, magazines, stickers, etc.  We put them in a place where we will see them every day.  This has been one of the most powerful tools I have used in creating the life I want.  I am amazed each year as we take down the old ones and notice all the things that were manifested the previous year.

I also create a poster size vision board.  I put it in a place that I will see it each day.  I always leave a little room to add more things/themes as the year goes on.  To fill one up completely it takes me well over a couple of years.

Lastly, I use some software called Vision Board.  This tool is AWESOME and I believe that for me, it may be the most powerful tool I have used.  Because I am typically at my computer a significant amount of time each day, I am constantly reminded about my goals and affirmations.  The tool is unique because it offers a library of affirmations, images, a movie maker, records your voice, allows sharing, & even offers you the option to create a desktop or a printed version.  I especially like the mini popups from the bottom toolbar that has my affirmations used in my screensaver vision board.

Click here to check out Vision Board. I liked the tool so much I am offering some really cool gifts for anyone buying the software.  Once you purchase it, you will get links to 13 gifts (and these gifts are really good I have to add).  I have built a vision board screensaver using this tool and will send it to you if you are interested.  All you have to do is send me an email at bill@positract.com and request a copy.

Whatever you decide to do, start your vision board today.  Whether it is creating picture frames, posters, or software, start today.  I cannot emphasize this enough so get started today.  Be sure to place your vision board in a place you will see it every day.  I would love to see pictures of your vision boards once you create them so send me some images when you are ready.

Happy Manifesting!  Peace and gratitude,

Bill