A: It's totally up to you. What makes the most sense in your life? I personally like to have one central vision board that I look at every day in my home office, and I have a few small ones that I've made at retreats that I keep around too. Each area of our lives affect each other, so starting with one central vision board usually makes sense. Theme boards that center on specific events or areas of your life are great too, for instance a wedding-day-specific will help you focus on how you want to feel on your big day, or a career specific board at your desk space can help you work towards that promotion.
Helen, there ıs no arguement to ur poınts. Lets just face d truth, the socıety today does not encourage true love and affectıon. If a guy can go on a socıal medıa and be able to talk to zıllıon gırls at the same tıme,, common… How can love ever work dat way? These are great women wıth unıque personalıtıes dat all appealıng,, dat man wıll defınately be confused of choıce. Honestly, ı am done datıng.. I have decıded to Zıp up. There ıs no love ın d datıng world. All ı know ıs dat ıf a man/woman loves you,, he wıll do anythıng for u, whıch ıncludes to compromıse standards. (Dats love)
Interviewee3: “I want to be in a managerial position because I have the born/gained qualities to lead, delegate and coach/direct. I have read the job description and I understand that you require a manger who can successfully manage a team in ‘retail space’ and deliver the targets as well. My professional record, job achievements, education and qualification prove my abilities as a manager. Additionally, I possess the required educational qualification, skill sets and prior experience in a similar capacity. Lastly, I am an extrovert and thus, able to gel well with people be it team members, existing customers or new customers.”