One of the things that makes a Mastermind Group so effective is the power behind shared visions and goals. Typically, when thinking of goals, writing them down is the obvious way to state and work towards goals. However, this method has some disadvantages: if you’re not naturally great with language, connecting the words on paper with action steps might not come easily; if you’re a visual learner, boring words on a page might not excite you; written long-hand goals aren’t easily digestible at a glance.
1. Write your goals down
2. Look for visual representations of your goals in magazines or online
3. Make a collage with the visual representations
4. Put this in a frequently viewed area
5. Extra: put your written goals in the middle, so that the visuals are flowing outward from the actual original ideas
My Mastermind Group takes these Vision Boards and spends our December meeting reviewing the boards and getting feedback from the group about the goals and also the pictures on the board. Then, we have a good time for the rest of the year as various pictures off the Vision Boards come true as we reach our goals.