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Vision Board Your Future with Alice Inoue
February 17 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm HST$59
CLASS FULL – Will be repeated on March 16th
Create intention and focus with the a personalized vision board poster featuring images of who you are, who you want to become and what you want to have. The exploration includes writing and envisioning, creating the vision board and how to make the images become a reality. We will cover three types of vision boards, one of which you will resonate with and create. Whether you are clear about what you want in your life, or unsure of where you are heading, this class will point you in the right direction.
Note: Bring any magazines you have.
Many people have made vision boards and found great success in such a creation. A vision board is simply a poster board filled with images of who you are, who you want to become, what you want to have, and where you want to manifest. It is a fun and simple way to get into intentional focus and a stress-free way to get into moving towards what you desire. Attention and intention are powerful. This class will be in three parts: writing and envisioning, creating the vision board, and then the “secret” (that everyone forgets about) on how to make the images become a reality. We will cover three types of vision boards, one of which you will resonate with and create. Once you sign up for the class, you will be notified of what to prepare and bring. So — whether you are clear about what you want in your life, or unsure of where you are heading, this class will point you in the right direction. Space limited so sign up as soon as you know you want to join us.
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Alice Inoue is the founder and Chief Happiness Officer of Happiness University. She is an expert life guide, and author of seven nationally award-winning books on life wisdom, self-growth, and happiness. She has two columns, one in MidWeek titled “A Mindful Moment,” and one in Tuesday’s Star-Advertiser called “Positively Young.” Through Happiness U, she helps both companies and individuals develop positive mindsets in order to live more inspired in both their professional and private lives.