Create a dream board using PicMonkey!


MY JOURNEY WITH DREAM BOARDS

The practice of creating dream boards (also known as vision boards) has been something my family has been doing almost my whole life...because it works.

I've made many dream boards for myself, especially over the last couple of years, and 3 things always happen:

1.  I get what I want.

2. I make significant progress toward getting what I want.

3. I find I no longer want something I thought I wanted.

I've noticed that lately I've been shifting from making vision boards of "what I want" to making vision boards for the purpose of being grateful for what I have now.  I guess this is because of two things:

1. I've designed my life to the point that my dreams (as of now) are a part of my reality already.

2. I realize that bigger dreams and goals will come as a direct result of cultivating what I have going on in my life right now.

THIS IS WHAT I HAVE HAPPENING ON MY DREAM BOARD

1. I want to continue to build my Amway business as a Network Marketing Professional.

2. I want to take Secret OWL Society to the next level.

3. I've recently discovered Doctor Who and for some reason the show inspires me to be a really good person and "dreamer of improbable dreams".

4. I'm working with a friend to start a company selling modest, beautiful clothes for women.

5. I want to go back to Paris - keep working on my French!

6. I want to keep working on Catholic Apolos - a project I started with a friend.

7. I want to keep building and improving my cleaning company "Simply Clean" and let Michael Gerber's advice guide me.

8. I want to visit London.

9. I want to continue being of service to Carrie Green at the Female Entrepreneur Association with This Girl Means Business Magazine.

HERE'S HOW YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN DREAM BOARD - FAST!


I'll tell you exactly how I created this dream board.

1.  Go to PicMonkey.

2. Have a poster sized image saved to your computer that you can choose as the image to "edit".

3. Select the cork board background.

4. Go to Pinterest or Google and start saving images that you like to your computer.

5. Open these images in Picmonkey and arrange them on your board.

6. Save the image of your dream board to your computer and do whatever you want with it.

Voila!

I am going to have this printed out to keep in my Life Binder.
I hope you take the time to do this if you are new to dream boards.  What do you think?  Are you going to try it out?

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