Archive for January, 2011

 

The Focal Smile of The New Happy Me

Writing in TheNewHappyMe.com, as some of my readers already know, has become the ultimate journey in self-discovery for me.  I  feel energized, encouraged, happy and content.
It might be an awkward combination of words to use, but it really is a Focal Smile. I would have liked to call it an Inner Smile but that is [...]

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Everything you need to know about Vision Boards

If you read the last 25 articles or so, you have all the information you need to create successful Vision Boards. You can even teach others to do one (or get everyone together for a party to create Vision Boards together!!).
When I set out to write everything I know about Vision Boards, I had a feeling it [...]

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“Well done!” Stickers on your Vision Board

Wanna have fun while achieving your goals (and feel more and more gratitude for the amazing energy you’ll get from your success)? Do what teachers do in school: use stickers to highlight a job well done!
Cut out stars or hearts, or any image that represents “Job well done” for you. These shouldn’t be too big. [...]

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Gratitude through your Vision Board

I had the great honour to be invited to join a conference call offered by The Gratitude Guru from AllAboutGratitude.com.  The call was live and Paul answered many very interesting questions.
I was very curious to hear what the questions would be and how Paul would answer them.  It was quite a treat to hear the [...]

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Vision Boards to Stimulate Thought

I love using Vision Boards and Journal Writing hand in hand for goal setting and milestone achievement.
Why?  Because the images of the Vision Board stimulate my thought process and allow my mind to come up with a string of new ideas and opportunities.  That’s all you need to take your next steps forward, right?
Once the [...]

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Sketching your Vision Board

Here’s a new idea for those of us who enjoy drawing: Vision Boards are all about images that stimulate thought, so what better way to create a Vision Board than to sketch an image in your Journal!
This is particularly helpful for the mini Vision Boards that you can create to work on milestones or smaller goals throughout [...]

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Vision Board to Journal Writing

Vision Boards offer our mind a collection of images to dream about, to breathe in and be passionate about. Once a Vision Board is done, it is posted on the wall for easy and frequent viewing.  This self-discovery and growth tool is very easy to create and work with. It also offers incredible results.
Journal writing [...]

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The Vision Staff Retreat: an innovative tool for today’s Leaders

When you are trying to find innovative ways to motivate your team and get them to work towards your goals for the company, you might find the answer in the most unexpected place!
My suggestion: A Vision Staff Retreat!
What is a Vision Staff Retreat? It is a longer than usual staff meeting where everyone is invited to [...]

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My Experience with Vision Boards

Ten years ago I went to a workshop with my husband, my brother and my cousin. The workshop was about getting ready for the New Year and part of it was creating a Vision Board (the organizer called it Mandala back then). My cousin and I quickly saw a merit to this exercise. Needless to say, [...]

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Completing Milestones with Vision Boards

I truly believe that the best way to achieve goals is to set milestones. Smaller, more manageable goals make it easier for us to see the light at the end of the tunnel. As we complete steps one by one, the realization that we are actually moving forward becomes an incredible motivation.

One way to help [...]

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