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The Reason Why Some Visions Fail

The challenge of vision is that: its handwork.

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The Reason Why Some Visions Fail

As the year comes to an end, it’s important to start thinking about what we need to work on for the next one-2018, and to understand why some visions fail and what we need to do better to make them work the next year.


A vision is one of the best ways I know to help you start working on your desires and ambitions as you begin to dream again.

The secret of most visionaries is not that they did the work themselves, but rather that they had people who believed in them join their vision.

It takes a “team” to bring a “vision” to life; a vision is created alone but needs a team to take it further.

Take the United States of America: without a dream and a “vision” the United States wouldn’t have been created, if all the founding fathers, including Alexander Hamilton had not worked together as a “team” on their dream we would not be here today.

The challenge of vision is that: its handwork, just like the United States; some days are okay, there is smooth sailing and all systems are go, on other days we may need tweaking and realigning of our vision.  As people sometimes we may need tweaking and miss it too, but in light of where we started from and what we’ve actualized we’ve probably come a long way.

I love what a vision can do to others, I believe that vision boards are a great way to jumpstart new desires and plans and get started on a new dream.

To create your own vision board; to start you on the process of taking action, use the steps below, please come back for weekly motivation.

Supplies you will need to buy to create a vision board:
• Adhesives: double sided tape, glue; spray glue, glue  stick, liquid glue.
• Poster board.

• Scissors.

• Notepad/ journal/my dream again planner.

• Magazines.

• Pen.
• Colored pen or crayon.
• Other arts and crafts materials.

• Paper cutting board.
Steps to create your vision board:
Step 1- Write your visions, dreams and desires down on paper, the ones that came to mind when you realized you wanted to dream again. Write it all down, everything you have not been able to achieve and want to achieve. Write down as many as three (3) to as many as thirty (30).

Step 2- Of those visions, dreams and desires you wrote down pull out ten (10) and write on a sheet of paper. The ten must matter, not only to other people, places and causes but to your own soul.

Step 3- Next, cut pieces of pictures out from the magazine that fit your vision and goals listed in 2 above, and then place them on your poster board without gluing them, you will be moving them around to find the best layout. By the time you are done “Your Vision Board” should have your (ten) 10 items visually displayed on it. 

Change Watch: Hang it in an area of your home or office were you can see it daily and do little things daily to make it happen.
Keep working on your vision, dreams, and goal every day!

Share this with others who need to create a vision board; or email it to someone you know it will inspire, thank you for sharing.

Interested in the #100freevisionboard email:Teafor2andacrowd@gmail.com

Sincerely in Joy,



Encouragement from an optimistic single mom.

Life changed for me in 2008, and since then it has been an adventure.
I have learnt to love the road I am on, and smell the roses while driving on it too.

I believe that standards of living can change without a moment’s notice, affecting our old way of life.

That Passion can die, and be reignited again.

I found my passion and It’s writing and the story behind it.

I’m super passionate about hospitality, leadership and finance.

I am a single mom of boys who wants to change the world through a smile and genuine service.

I own up to the fact that I make an awesome follower.

I encourage and I inspire. I write, I blog, sometimes – I lead well, and sometimes I follow badly. But the important thing is to get started.

I recently met Simon Sinek, the Start with Why Guy and and so continue to inspire the world.

Email me for a free 20 minute chat or to help you on your way to your Why.


from my heart, xoxoxo


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