It’s time to reflect and refocus
Between busy work days and demanding social life, you don’t have the time to check in on your goals. You need an easy way to design your ideal life. Introducing the Vision Workbook, a fun, interactive guide to reaching your goals.
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About the Workbook
The Vision Workbook is strategically designed to help you physically interact with your goals. It offers personal analysis, brainstorming, and pages with room to add images for inspiration.
The primary goal, however, is to build tactical roadmaps to make your dreams a reality.
You answer questions. Brainstorm potential goals. Narrow them down and set intentions for the next three months.
The workbook is separated into the following categories to help you navigate the most vital parts of your personal identity. You’ll learn more about yourself and have the tools to design the path that you were truly made to take.
Mind: Learn how to guard your thoughts and treat yourself to the loving kindness you deserve.
Body: Discover how to think positively about your body and celebrate the beauty that you carry with you every single day.
Spirit: Go beyond the physical realm and dive deeper into your universal truths.
Work: The purpose of this section is not to get you to quit your day job. It’s to help you focus on finding a career that fulfills you and offers work/life balance.
Lifestyle: Explore your current choices and build rituals to help you design a life you love.
Who Is it For?
The Vision Workbook is for anyone that is passionate about taking the steps to define their life’s goals.
Whether you’re a left or a right brain thinker, this workbook is a quickstart guide to get you writing about your ideal life.
You don’t need to be creative. You don’t need to know how to draw.
You just need to be interested in taking the time to define your happy.
About the Author
Justin Shiels has always been compelled by the power of words and pictures. He received his BFA in Graphic Design from Loyola University New Orleans and his Masters in Arts Administration from the University of New Orleans.
By day, he’s the Associate Creative Director at an advertising agency in Austin. On nights and weekends, he makes interesting things for the internet.
He developed the Vision Workbook to design the life that he wanted to live.
It was scary and hard and often times made him feel like a complete fraud. But he did it because it was the work he was supposed to be doing.
What big, scary thing should you be doing right now?