1. Your bold annual income goal.  Decide how much money you’d like to make in the next 12 months and include that number on your vision board.

Hint: you don’t have to know HOW you’re going to create the money – simply choose a number that is a stretch for you but also feels doable

2. Identify “the new way” you want to create money. Many people (entrepreneurs especially) hold a belief that making money has to be a hard, difficult process. And that if they make great money they have to sacrifice personal time. You want to decide in advance on the new way that you want to create money in the next 12 months.

For example, I make the conscious choice that I want to make money in a way that allows me to have an abundance of free time for myself, my health and my family and friends.

I have a client who decided that she wanted to make money in a way that was in alignment with her 3 core values: health, inner harmony and peace.  And another client decided she wanted to make money in a way that allowed her to prioritize her self-care and her spiritual practice.

Identify the new way you want to create money and include this on your vision board.

3. Identify your ultimate vision and dream. Identify your highest vision that you’d like to achieve in your business in the next 12 months. My highest vision is that I want to be a catalyst for empowering all entrepreneurs to make money, have more free time and make a difference in the world with EASE, passion and authenticity.

I have a client whose highest vision is to be an intuitive healer for creating a new health paradigm in the world where people heal their physical illnesses by transforming the thoughts and beliefs that created the illness in the first place.

Decide on what your ultimate vision is that you’d like to achieve this year.  And remember there aren’t any right or wrong answers.  You just want to claim an ultimate vision and dream that inspires and excites you.

Ask yourself what kind of new extraordinary identity would you need to take on to achieve your ultimate vision or dream?

Would you have to begin to claim yourself as an expert, leader, teacher, or consultant? I want to encourage yourself to pick an identity that really stretches you into your greatness.

Many of my clients often find themselves feeling nervous or anxious when they decide on an extraordinary identity.

If you have thoughts come up like, “Who am I to claim to be an expert?” (or whatever your extraordinary identity is) that’s a sure sign that you’ve landed on it - it’s meant to stretch you!

5.Identify your Money “What.” What do you want to buy with the money that you make in the next 12 months? Decide what you would spend your extra money on that you create in the next year.

Really dream big and pick things that you can’t afford right now, but you could afford if you were making the kind of money you ideally want to make.

You might decide that you would pay off a certain amount of debt, buy a specific car, go on a special vacation, and invest additional money in your business for training or mentoring.  It doesn’t matter what you choose as long as it truly resonates for you.

6. Identify the new beliefs that will support you in achieving your vision. In order for you to achieve this new vision and dream for yourself, what are the new beliefs that you would need to take on?

Identify two new primary beliefs and include these new belief statements on your vision board.

7. If you run your own business decide what kind of ideal clients you want to attract. What kind of qualities do they have?

Are they able to pay you?  On my vision board I include images of money and the word, “commitment” for my clients.  Because the kind of clients I attract are committed to transforming not only their business but their personal life as well.

They are also committed to working with me and always find a way to create the money that they need for doing the work because they know the results they will achieve are worth their investment.

What kind of qualities do you want your ideal clients to have?  Get clear on these qualities and include these images on your vision board.

8. Include aspects of your personal life. Make sure you include aspects of your personal life that are important to you like exercise, health, family, family, friends, community and personal hobbies and interests.

Most importantly of all – enjoy your visioning process and remember that what you put your attention and INTENTION on expands!  Vision boards are a fun, creative way to move in the direction of your dreams and make more money with ease.

Author's Bio: 

Leslie Cunningham specializes in working with women entrepreneurs who experience fear and self-doubt in their ability to consistently make more money in their business. The end result that women achieve through following Leslie's advice and expertise is that they are able to permanently get off the emotional financial roller coaster ride and break into six-figures and beyond. http://impactandprofits.com/