When I was in 4th grade I got my hair cut in a short bob. By 6th grade my hair cut required the stylist using clippers it was so short on the sides and back. So when I decided to grow out my hair, it wasn’t a one month kind of goal.
A few years later my hair was waist length. It’s not a gigantic goal, but it is more impressive when you know that I worked as an espresso barista at a hair salon during this time period. Every day the talented stylists would give women gorgeous haircuts. And there I was… watching it all… wavering… LOL
How’d I keep myself from sitting down in that chair and walking out with short hair again? I cut a photo out of a magazine and taped it up by my mirror where I’d see it several times a day (especially before I left for work). It was a photo of a girl with very long hair. Being reminded of my goal was what kept me from giving up.
Might seem like a bit of a silly comparison, but that’s how I know it works! Maybe I’ll share mine on my blog soon… in the meantime, here’s a cool video you may enjoy. And if you don’t have a vision board yet, I encourage you to create one!
Do you have a vision board? Has it helped you? Please share any thoughts or comments below.