Some of the goals I put on my board include: lose 50 pounds by November 2011, lose 75 pounds by February 2012, minimize food consumption to 1500 calories by May 2011, minimize food consumption to 1300 calories by December 2011, increase my time at the gym to 2 hours and 15 minutes by October 2011, add yoga and pilates classes to my exercise routine by December 2011, read at least 6 healthy living books by December 2011, start taking martial arts classes by May 2012. As you can see every goal has a time frame so I don't slack. When I meet the goal I put a small sticker on it to remind me that I met the goal and to give me encouragement to work towards the goals I still need to meet. I keep my vision board in a place where I regularly walk by it.
So, if you don't have a vision board create one this weekend. All you need is a cork board or other type of board, some magazines, a stapler, computer paper, scissors and a computer & printer to type your goals and qoutes. If you don't have a computer you can write them by hand. To create the vision board just arrange the pictures, goals and qoutes on the board in an aesthetically appeasing manner then staple them down and wola, you have a vision board!