We are all walking our own paths and journeys towards self-discovery and finding our purpose and hopefully living it! The majority of people I speak to share with me that at some moment in their life they have questioned who they are and what their purpose is. I know I’ve asked myself the very same question. It makes me think that I should pierce the puzzle for myself. Furthermore, I like to think that life is like putting together a jigsaw puzzle. The box the puzzle comes in, displaying the picture, is like our vision; it gives us something toward. It’s so important to always keep this picture crystal clear.

Once unpacked, we put all the different types of pieces together in groups; these groups are like our different developmental areas and supporting experiences that colour our life (spiritual, physical, professional, etc); they help us recognise and appreciate our holistic self.

When we start to put the puzzle together we always start with the border. This is because the border defines our limits; it determines our skill sets and focuses our impact. The work inwards is the process; it leads to knowledge of self and a discovery of our purpose.

Do you keep your vision somewhere where you can look at it so you can remain clear about what you are working towards and what all of your puzzle pieces mean and where they fit? Vision boards help with clarity, concentration and to maintain your focus on a specific life goal. And even better, if you aren’t into creating an old-school vision board, there are many apps and software programs available out there so you can keep your vision board on your computer or your mobile device.

In conclusion, vision boards help with clarity, concentration and to maintain your focus on a specific life goal. In fact even better, if you aren’t into creating an old-school vision board, there are many apps and software programs available out there so you can keep your vision board on your computer or your mobile device.

I would love to see a picture of your vision board (or jigsaw puzzle box), email it through or share in a comment.

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