What’s On Your Idea Board?

We are so glad that we were able to meet Michael and Claudia at the beginning of the 2012 Blank Canvas Tour! Their story is so inspiring but you’ll have to go check it out for yourselves on their website, rise 365. It’s chuck full of goodies you won’t want to miss!

One of their projects that we thought was pretty cool is their idea board. They’ve started keeping track of inspiration, dreams, goals, and the progress they make on a big board that they put up on the wall in their kitchen.
That’s a pretty fun way of putting last week’s Adventure Challenge, of turning your dreams into goals, into action.
They’ve also recently shared some more insight into goals and dreams on their blog.
Short-term goals are the key to getting to your bigger long-term goals and dreams. They can be the catalyst that gets you off your bum in planning mode and starting to actually do something which brings momentum and inspiration.
This is so true! It’s pretty overwhelming to start working toward one ultimate goal, which usually leads to no action at all. Breaking it up and setting smaller, short-term goals that you can more easily work towards, is what makes the ultimate dream actually happen. Read the rest of the post here, to find out more about setting short-term goals.
What would you put on your idea board and how have/are you setting goals to reach your dream?
Don’t forget to check out this week’s Adventure Challenge and take it on, if you dare! We’d love to hear how you’re living a life of adventure!

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Hey There! I'm Krista - a little crazy, mostly creative, and sorta adventurous. I love discovering new things and creating beautiful things! I want to live my life in a way that inspires, matters, encourages, and rocks!

3 Responses to “What’s On Your Idea Board?”

  1. Michael Good October 23, 2012 at 8:49 pm #

    Thanks for the shout out, Krista! We loved meeting all of you! Keep up the great work.
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    • krista October 24, 2012 at 11:21 am #

      Thanks! I’m excited to start working on your interview! I’m so glad we got to meet you both and I love what you’re doing!

  2. Mark Murray August 16, 2013 at 6:09 am #

    Keeping an Idea board is the best idea ever. Though I like to call mine “Dream Board.”
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