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Here are some suggestions for getting the best vision board images.

So, you’re making your inspirational board.

Today I’ll help you choose the most perfect vision board pictures.

Images and photos are at the core of your life vision manifesting tools, so it’s only natural to pick them with care.

Vision boards can be a great way to visualize your goals and dreams.  They serve as an inspirational tool, motivating you on the journey towards success in life or business!

There is something about seeing all these beautiful pictures together that really makes it resonate with us more deeply than if we were just listening alone – they help push our subconscious mind into action too by generating creative thoughts which then result into powerful manifestation opportunities coming true soon enough (or sooner!).

Vision Board Statistics

According to a new research conducted by TD Bank, small company owners employ vision—both pictures and idea boards—to achieve their business ambitions. In December and January, 500 small company owners and over 1100 consumers were interviewed by TD Bank to understand their “visualization techniques.”

According to successful small company owners, they got their businesses up and running because they had a vision and pursued it. And as they continued on with their ideas, it was critical for them to maintain a wide perspective.

  • Almost two-thirds of small company owners think that visualizing objectives aids them in mapping and building their business plans.
  • When it comes to being successful, 59 percent of small company owners believe visual representations like vision boards or other symbols are just as, if not more important than, traditional marketing.
  • When starting their business, one in five small firm owners used a vision board or other visual representation; today, 76% of these entrepreneurs claim that their company is where they visioned it to be.
  • Eighty-two percent of small company owners who started using a vision board from the beginning reported that they had accomplished more than half of the objectives listed on their board.

What Type of Photos Should You Use?

There are five important things that you should keep in mind when choosing your photos for your vision collage, and it is this:

1. Be specific

2. Be emotional

3. Use high-quality images

4. Make it personal

5. Keep it simple

Let’s go deeper into each one.

1. Be specific

This is all you need to keep in mind when putting together your vision board. If you want a new house, don’t just put any random property photo on your board; really imagine with bright color. How does the house look like? What colors have you used in your bedroom decorating? What is the color of your wardrobe? Be as specific as possible.

2. Be emotional

Evoking emotions from your images is key to making your vision board work. After all, it is your feelings and emotions that will help you manifest what you want in your life, not just the logical side of your brain. When you get that good feeling from a great photo, you’ve achieved the most important thing regarding the emotional aspect of manifestation.

3. Use high-quality images

The quality of your images really does matter. A blurry image or one that is too small will not have the same effect as a crisp, clear image that you can really see and feel. Some photo sites even offer photo search based on colors, so you can keep a good feeling theme in your vision board. If you want all photos to be pink, you simply search for your keyword and select pink style. More importantly, photo sites offer a selection of emotional highly pictures that will help you manifest with ease.

4. Make it personal

This is your vision board, so make sure it feels personal to you. Use images that inspire you and that you can really connect with says Petri Maatta, the founder of DreamMaker. Personal means that you choose images that feel right for you. While it’s a good idea to get inspired by someone else’s vision board, your vision board must be done in a creative state. A creative state is where you choose the photos that feel right for you. Creating a vision board is not necessarily a quick process, but it can be effective.

5. Keep it simple

The content of a vision board should not be too crowded or combined. If you can, stick to the classic format of one photo per board. Sometimes, even one photo is enough. It’s up to you. The most important thing though, is to keep it simple. Simple means that the board conveys the most important message clearly.

Vision Board Photo Examples

Here are 8 vision board examples to help you understand how to choose perfect photos for your dream life:

1. Goal: Holiday in Bali

2. Goal: My livingroom

3. Goal: Exercise Everyday

4. Goal: Get 1 Million YouTube subscribers

5. Goal: Work at Google

6. Goal: Get Graduated This Year

7. Goal: Spend a Week on A Paradise Island

8. Goal: Buy All Apple Products


1. Goal: Holiday in Bali

In travel photos, I recommend choosing one that evokes an emotional response. A perfect example would be when your feet are in the sand. In this example, you can see that it is a woman, but since you can’t see her face, it’s simple to imagine yourself there.

vision board photo - Holiday in Bali

Feel the sand

2. Goal: My livingroom

I follow some Instagram accounts and some interior decor is exactly like how I would want my living room to be. Take screenshots of any accounts or pages you follow and add them to your board. Even better, find photographs of your own that you may modify and use to add text on top of.

vision board photo of My livingroom

Love my livingroom

3. Goal: Exercise Everyday

The appearance of numbers is telling. Images that convey the goal of your vision board are also useful. Every day, as you look at your vision board, you will be reminded of your aim. It is hard to discipline yourself to exercise, however, when you are constantly reminded and inspired, the action taking becomes easier.

vision board photos running beach

My morning exercise

4. Goal: Get 1 Million YouTube subscribers

This is simple. Make a photo of anything you wish to accomplish. You may take this a step further by changing the name of your channel on the Youtube Play Button to match exactly how you want it to appear.

1 Million YouTube subscribers vision board photos

A million subscribers

5. Goal: Work at Google

Another approach is to utilize existing things that you want to be updated. I modified my Instagram bio, took a snap, and then reset it back to its original condition as an example. This photograph on your vision board forces you to confront your ambition head-on rather than attempting to conjure it up in your mind. Working at Google. You just signed the contract. How does that make you feel, excited, proud, fulfilled?

vision board images of contract with Google

Signed a contract with Google

6. Goal: Get Graduated This Year

Again, try to mimic how the future would look like and use photos with human elements that you can easily imagine as yourself. You just graduated, congratulations on completing [insert degree type]! How does it feel to have your degree in hand and know that all of your hard work has paid off?

vision board get graduated this year images

Final exam before it all ends

7. Goal: Spend a Week on A Paradise Island

As you can see, this is an example of what I refer to as a “Someday” photograph. It may not be as realistic as the others, but it’s still very beautiful.

Paradise Island vision board image

Paradise Island

8. Goal: Buy All Apple Products

One of the simplest things to include on your board is objective-based goals. Who doesn’t want all Apple products lined up at your home office? It feels good to have reached this level of comfort in life.

Buy All Apple Products vision images

Apple products


According to feedback and statistics 76% of entrepreneurs claim that their company is where they visioned it to be.

They used a vision board of some kind to visualize the success they wanted to achieve.

Keep these five important things in mind when choosing photos to create your own unique and beautifully crafted collages.

First, be specific about the type of photo you want; second use emotions while selecting them so they speak directly at people who will see this project or portfolio piece (strategy); thirdly make sure it’s high quality–no blurry pictures!

Finally remember that every individual has his/her own style therefore don’t copy someone else’s design but rather customize yours according to what best suits YOUR vision – which might actually end up being different from others’.

I discovered that if you believe in yourself and your goals, they will eventually come to pass.

Remember to add all those fine details into your project: affirmation cards, motivating quotes, goal vision, inspirational board ideas – all of it which will make up a powerful manifestation tool.

There are many benefits of creating your own vision board, here are some of them:

  1. Helps you focus on your goals and dreams.
  2. Boosts creativity and productivity.
  3. Emotional benefits:
  4. Allows you to achieve your dreams and goals.
  5. Makes you happier and more successful.

I hope that this was helpful and that you have a fantastic time putting your vision board together.

petri maatta, CEO
Petri Maatta

Petri Maatta is a photographer, filmmaker, and webdesigner who has been working for over 20 years in the creative industry. Fascinated by manifesting for business reasons, Petri was determined to find out what it took to create success. He started his career with seven years of business failures before he found success by learning about manifesting from a mentor with a Fortune 500 company. Today Petri shares his knowledge through DreamMaker courses designed to help people change their businesses and lives while living on their terms.

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