The difference between a vision board and a dream board



If you are looking to improve your relationships, spirituality, finances, or communication, a vision board may be the way to do it!

Eric Bailey, of Live Well Be Well, explained that your creative process can be accelerated by using a vision board. Although he says they are missing the second half of the process of creating a dream board.

A lot of people think that they are the same thing and that they are going to trade the two, but they are two very different tools with very specific purposes. Using one without the other changes you.

A dream board is for bucket list goals where you want to end up in the long run. This is what you want your life to look like someday. A vision board is for short-term goals, which means visualizing a maximum of 6 to 12 months, or even much sooner. Your vision board is your stepping stone to your dream board, which means it’s your first step towards the next.

Eric is running a 3-day course April 12-14 in Salt Lake City called “Master Creator” to help people learn more about how to be successful and achieve your goals. Tickets typically cost $ 1,297.00 per person, but it offers 10 full scholarships. To be considered, email him at with the title “Scholarship” and explain why you would benefit from receiving a scholarship for this class!

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