Step 1: Envision your future by imagining your outcome. What's your desired result of what you'd like your life to look and feel like 12 months to three years from now?
Step 2: Define your yearly vision, get focused on what you'd like the six key areas of life to look and feel like to you in 12 months. And write a statement of how each of these areas would look and feel like to you after asking yourself, if you had no limitations, no lack of resources, money, or ability, what does this area look and feel like to you?
(Don't let this step scare you either if you start thinking. Oh, that can't happen to me - stop your thoughts and turn that thought around and ask "How can I make that work for me?")
Step 3: Get to know yourself, as your beliefs shape your reality.
Reflect on past experiences, to determine what pivotal moments in your life have significantly influenced the person you are today.
Now, why is this important?
Before we can move forward, we need to process events from our past, and the last thing you want to do is allow history to repeat itself.
Because of your living human being, that desires to thrive, and you deserve to live a life that brings you joy and personal fulfilment each day.
Step 4: Define you're WHY
Those who have a why can enjoy anyhow, that's where real passion and drive comes from. No matter your goals, to achieve these, you need to have key motivators as to why you must achieve them versus should I or could I. If you don't know why you want to achieve your goals and have a compelling vision as to why it won't matter what you do. You will fail to meet your expectations, time and time again. Knowing you're WHY gives you purpose and meaning.
Step 5: Create a vision board
Your vision board acts as a focal point to help you visualise your life 12 months from now. Each time you need motivation or a reminder of what you're working towards, look at your vision board and sit in silence in a meditation-like state, envisioning you accomplishing all your goals.