Visualizing Your Vision

Over the weekend, I worked on my new Vision Board. My last one was about two years old, and much had shifted for me (and many of my visions came true!), so it was time to create a new one.

I love this process because I feel so Divinely guided as I look through magazines, finding images and words that trigger something in me.

Here’s the end result:

Jill Celeste's 2017 Vision Board, www.JillCeleste.com

Here’s what I discovered through this process:

  • To grow, I must shake off fear, and embrace more “feel good” and prosperous feelings.
  • I need to ask for more Celestial guidance.
  • I am called to work with animals, specifically dogs, in some way. I am envisioning having a sanctuary where animals can find safe harbor. Of course, basset hounds are welcome!
  • And it’s all about Giving. When I give, I receive so much in return.

What does this have to do with Marketing? Everything!

With my Vision Board hanging over my work space, I now have a tangible visualization of where I am headed. And Marketing is the super fuel I need to help me reach my dreams.

Marketing is the super fuel you need to help you reach your dreams. Jill Celeste, www.JillCeleste.com

When I am marketing from my heart, I am attracting my most ideal clients. And when I am attracting my most ideal clients, I am serving them and helping them reach their goals. Through my service to them, I am earning money so that I can open that animal sanctuary.

A beautiful circle, right?

If you have not done any type of visualization of your vision, I want to encourage you to do so. It’s so important because it forces you to step back from your day-to-day crap, and focus on where you want to head.

Here are three ways you can visualize your vision:

Visualizing Your Vision by Jill Celeste, www.JillCeleste.com

#1: Create a Vision Board

Believe it or not, there is more than one way to make a Vision Board. I participated in a virtual workshop hosted by Laura Clark (highly recommended!), and Laura taught us how to create a Vision Board. You can also google this information, or talk to a spiritual or life coach, who should be able to guide you.

#2: Make a Mind Movie

A Mind Movie is a video you create with images and music. Think of it as an automated Vision Board slide show. You can create yours through MindMovie.com, or access software such as Animoto to help create yours (it’s way easier than you think!).

In case you’re curious, here’s my Mind Movie:

#3: Create a Pinterest Board

If you use Pinterest, create a pin board that serves as your Vision Board. Add pins that are images and videos that encapsulate your Vision. Remember, you can make Secret Boards on Pinterest – in case you don’t want to share your Vision with your followers.

I want you to succeed, dear Celestial One, and that means you need to visualize your Vision. Vision Boards are a great way to have a visualization of your dreams and goals – front and center in your work space. Is it time that you created a Vision Board, or perhaps update yours? Block time on your calendar now to get this accomplished. You will be so glad you did!


Jill Celeste - Marketing CoachABOUT JILL

Jill Celeste, MA is a bestselling author, marketing teacher and founder of the Celestial Marketing Academy. Jill teaches purpose-driven entrepreneurs everything they need to know about marketing so they can become the Directors of Marketing for their businesses.

Jill is the author of the Amazon Top 25 Bestselling Marketing Book, That First Client, as well as the co-author of the bestseller, Cultivating Joy, and international bestseller, Gratitude and Grace.

Jill graduated with a B.A. in English from Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. She obtained her master’s degree in history from the State University of Georgia in Carrollton. Prior to becoming a marketing coach, Jill worked for 14 years in the private sector, and has experience in marketing and public relations in healthcare, IT and small business.

Jill lives near Tampa, Florida, with her husband, two sons, three guinea pigs and a basset hound named Emma.

For more information about Jill’s programs, please visit www.jillceleste.com. To get a free copy of Jill’s Amazon Bestselling book, That First Client, please go to www.ThatFirstClient.com.

That First Client by Jill Celeste

9 thoughts on “Visualizing Your Vision

  1. Peggy

    I’m one of those odd ducks where a vision board isn’t necessary. I know it works wonders for people to help give them clarity around what they truly desire. Clearer wants = clearer outcomes and if a vision board can help you get there…enjoy the process of making one because it sure is fun!

    My desires encompass travel and creativity. They kind of fuel each other. And since I’m already embodying what I desire, a vision board is kind of a mute point.

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  2. Mihaela Lica Butler

    Excellent tips. I am still working on my vision board. I am not sure I will make one for a year, but one for every month. Thanks for the tip about Mind Movie. I’ll play with that for a while. 🙂

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  3. Barb Parcells

    I used to do vision boards but now find that just sitting and visualizing for a few moments every day is like a meditation practice with visuals. It energizes me in a way the boards never did.

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  4. Lore Raymond

    Appreciating your perspective of using the vision map as a marketing tool, Jill. A friend gifted me this Christmas with the Vision Board Kit; I’m looking forward to using it to attract the women for my upcoming Treasure Island Beach Writer’s Retreat in April.

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