How to Create A Business Vision Board For Success

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Creating a business vision board is a fantastic way to visualise your goals and motivate you towards them. They provide you with clarity and focus so that every day you can see what it is you want to achieve in your business and commit to it. By frequently visualising your success it will become embedded in your subconscious, motivating you to achieve your goals.

But how do you actually create one? Here are five steps to help you create an effective business vision board.

How to Create A Business Vision Board

Know Your Goals

The first step to creating your vision board for business success is to know what you want to achieve in your business. Many people skip this step and end up with a lovely looking board that has no direction or purpose. Setting clear goals for your business is what will set the tone of your board. When you look at your completed board you want to be reminded of what it is you want to achieve.

Know What Inspires You

As well as reminding you of your goals, your business vision board is there is inspire you to achieve them. Have a think about what inspires you to work hard and succeed. Where do you go or look when you need some motivation? If you’re drawing a blank, just think back to the last time you felt really motivated. What fuelled that motivation?

Collect Your Images and Words

Once you have a clear idea of what it is you want to achieve and you have pinned down what inspires you, it’s time to search for the content of your board. This is the fun part. Pour yourself a beverage of choice and spend some time flipping through a magazine, through old photos, or looking online. Whatever catches your eye, be it an image or text, set it aside. Keep your goals and inspiration in mind when doing this so that your business vision board has a clear focus and theme.

Put It all Together

Once you have your collection of words and images, it’s time to sift through them and piece your business vision board together. This is where you can get creative and add some flair. Arrange your images and words on your board and start attaching them any way you choose. Whether you love a sleek, organised look or are a messy glitter queen, make sure your vision represents your personality and is a visual representation of what excites you. There are no rules here, so have fun with it and create something you’ll love to look at every day.

Display Your Board Where You Work

The most important step is to make sure that your vision board is visible from where you work. Hang it above your desk so that every time you settle in for a day at the office, it’s staring you in the face. The vision board can’t inspire you if you aren’t seeing it day to day, so put it somewhere strategic so it can do its job.

Once you’re seeing a visualisation your goals every day you’ll begin to notice your drive and motivation increasing. You’ll still have to put in the work but you will find yourself more motivated and driven to do so, which is often the biggest hurdle to growing your business.

Need some more inspiration? Join my Facebook group the Australian Business Collaborative to connect with like-minded business owners. Check out my blog for more useful articles.

Have a great day,


Angel Henderson Consulting

​​Founder of the highly successful online store Finlee and Me, Angela taps into the decade's worth of knowledge of how to grow a thriving enterprise and pours it into her business consulting clients. As a business consultant, she partners with start up and small businesses to grow their brands through hands on support, ensuring foundations are laid in order to leverage growth. Her skills were honed at the helm of Finlee and Me, where she learned everything from branding, PR, sales funnels, email marketing, website, copy, SEO and more. She knows what it truly takes to have a strong brand, consistence sales, steady growth and over all dedication. Angela has been featured in the media including Talking Lifestyle with Ed Phillips and David Koch, Inside Small Business and on numerous Australia and International podcasts.

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