Successful vision boarding

Time estimate: 3 Minutes

Step 1: Review your goal and priorities in light of the current change

We are most motivated to change when our values and aspirations align: Our actions will have purpose.

You can implement a vision board as an individual or a team resilience tool to create the desire to change for you and your team.

Your vision board is a tool that is designed to be used for regular visualisations to reinforce change over time.

In the first step, you will review your goal and priorities with the future state worksheet.

To find out what matters to you, you can:

  • Review your core values.
  • Reflect on your reasons for the change.
  • Wonder about the purpose of your actions.

Get ready to complete your worksheet following these tips:

Have a clearly defined goal in mind so you can be strategic about finding the visuals.

You can:

  •  Build on past successes
  •  Change something you are unhappy with
  •  Remove barriers that are holding you back

A clearly defined goal helps you to create a personal priority list for yourself (your team or your organisation). You will need your priorities to build the vision board.


Imagine you are working on a payroll system implementation project. The purpose of the project is to make sure your people get paid accurately on time, every time.

You might aim to implement an automated payroll system within 3 months, which reduces the data entry fields by 50% and errors by 90%.

In our example, you might prioritise: Happy employees, relaxed payroll team, sound financial data.

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