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Use Vision Boards to Achieve More

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Are you looking for a way to stay motivated with your goals for the year? Michelle Jackson walks us through how vision boards can help you achieve more! 

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How to Use Vision Boards to Achieve More

It's the second day of the 2017 and I'm betting that you're probably flooded with a ton of goal setting tips, hacks, and trips.

On one hand, I think taking a step back and having some clarity on what you want to accomplish is a wonderful first step, but I'm not a New Year's Resolutions woman.

Whenever you decide to build your marriage and wealth, go for it.

However with so many people's attention focused on goals I think now's a good opportunity to jump-start things.

So for today's episode we're going to be focused on that first-step – defining your what and why for the year. And my guest for today is Michelle Jackson, host of Girl Gone Frugal, creator of Colorado Love Hub, and Shop My Closet Project.

She's also the co-founder of the New Year, New You Financial Summit. We're going to talk a little about how you can achieve more using Vision boards.

Today Michelle Jackson, creator Michelle is Money Hungry, is here to discuss:

Hope you enjoy!

Resources for Vision Boards and Goals

Want to learn more about building up your finances so that it fits you and your goals? Here are some resources to check out:

If you’d like to chat about your money moves for this year, you can join us in the Thriving Families Facebook community. We're a fun and supportive group.

We swap ideas, questions, stories, advice. When we try to help one another out with our family and financial goals.

We'd love to see you there!

Music Credit

Like the music in this episode? Our theme song is by Gentle Regime. I also want to thank Lee Rosevere for music in this episode.

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