Keeping goals visual and visible is an important step toward reaching them. It is so easy to get distracted by other things, and maintaining focus will make a huge difference in getting closer to the results you seek.
Here are some more ways to make goals visual and visible:
Write goal action steps on sticky notes to place between today’s date and the goal statement written on a piece of paper. -from the book “Time Management for the Creative Person” by Lee Silber.
David Seah’s Task Order-Up lines up action steps on a rail so you (and everyone else!) can see what’s next. You could also use index cards and magnets on a magnetic whiteboard.
Make or purchase a big whiteboard.
Make your own visual thermometer.
Make a collage of your goals.
Make a mind map with Mindmup
Make foldable goals to carry with you.
Print a Goal Master List from Buttoned Up.
Create a Wordle word cloud of your goal.
Set your top priority goal as a screensaver on your computer.
Make a video about your goal.
Write affirmations on your mirror with bar soap or washable window markers.
How to Make a Vision Board by Christine Kane