How to Make a Winning Vision Board

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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6 Responses

  1. Paula says:

    Hello! Im Paula! Im 21 years old! I do believe in LOA, so my question is, If I want to attract a relationship (a healthy one), how do I do that??
    Thx Sarah! Im reading ur posts everyday, ur blog its beautiful!

  2. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much Paula, that means the world to me that they inspire you, honestly thanks so much. That’s a great question! I believe that the only way to do that, is to find happiness and peace in yourself. Then put out into the world what you want (read my post “What I Want” this was my personal list). And then leave your mind open to all the possibilities (that’s hard, trust me I know! I’m very picky!). I believe if our happy in your life that people see that and are drawn to that, it will draw the right person into your life 🙂 keep me posted!

  3. madsy says:

    hi sarah, this is maddy and i just love your posts, I am 25, done my masters but i am unable to find the right career, i am trying since last 4 years to have a fruitful and bright career but i end up getting nothing…

    For eg. I always visulize myself working for a good company at a good position and i have tried many careers and changed my job thrice in these years but am unable to achieve?

    Can you help me ?

  4. Sarah says:

    Hi Madsy,
    thanks for your comment. It’s hard at your age to know what it is you really want to do and what the right career is for you. I think taking the time to sit down and really get to know yourself and what makes you happy and what you LOVE to do is the best place to start. They always say that when you do what you love 1. you will be successful at it and 2. it wont even feel like work! So sit down and really think through what it is you love, what your passion is and then put a plan in place to go after it.

    Vision boards are great for helping you have a visual reminder of your goals. I call mine my “goals board” because those are things that I’m actively working towards experiencing at some point in my life. Those are what keep me focused. That is my plan.

    After you have identified you passion, done the research on how to get your career started, set your goals and started your plan then you will be ready for the universe to start opening doors for you. But it’s always a mixture of you working and the universe giving. Remember it rewards happiness with more happiness so it’s important to do what you love and love what you do.

    I have several posts on Career advise that might also help.

    Good luck!

  5. Anonymous says:

    First I would like to say THANK YOU!!! I read you blog everyday, and have read many of your past post. I’m at a turning point in my life , where hard decisions need to be made.I will create my vision board tonight. I plan to add things I desire right now and many things for my future. Once again thank you and please keep writing, much love !

  6. Jared says:

    My brother was nervous about an interview about receiving a family fund to goto school for job training. The interviewer usually asks what they would do in life with a million dollars with no other limits. My brother didn’t even know where to start or even have a clue about what he really would want.
    1 month ago I wouldn’t have known what to say to him (because I never would imagine that life, until I discovered LOA recently)..

    My point is your topics about the vision board, that you are going for the EXPERIENCES! So thats exactly what I explained to my brother, what he’d do with that million dollars.. not so much the material items, but the experience. As soon as it clicked, he started rattling off experiences he wanted to do like flying an airplane for a career, buying a home out of country, etc. I think this short 15 minute conversation we had really made him think about what he REALLY wants, and I think thats really cool!! I believe he’ll really try to achieve some of those things he wants and actually believe he can do it.

    Thanks Sarah!

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