Have you ever heard of the phrase “your new life will cost you your old life”? That is the same analogy when you are creating a vision board.
Yes, you may have fun creating your future by yourself, with friends or family but the reality is you have to be willing to let go of somethings in order for God to replace it with something better.
Your vision board should focus on how you feel, not just on the things you want. What is your purpose? What do you want in your life? Take a moment and think about it. Most people have no idea, or at least are afraid of actually knowing the answer. Becoming clear on what you truly want is the single most important step to discovering your life purpose.