Reasons Why You Should Have a Career Dream Board

Reasons Why You Should Have a Career Dream BoardDon’t let your dreams be just dreams—make them a reality.

As an employee, it’s normal to have goals that you want to achieve as you move up. However, some people can lose their enthusiasm for a variety of reasons. If you’re struggling, to help you get back on track, you may want to try creating a career dream board. It is an effective tool to set goals.

How can a career board help you move forward?

1. It identifies your values. Have you realized what you really want to do in life and in your career? If so, what are the measures you should be taking in order to achieve what you envision?

Start by listing all the important things in your life and career. Once you have completed the list, arrange the list items according to your priorities. Narrow the list to 10 items to make it easier.

Then, evaluate how each of the things listed can be achieved. Doing this helps you align your values, both on a personal and professional level.


2. It helps set new goals. In the event you find some unexpected things in your initial list, even if they seem less important to your career at the moment, you may want to consider them as new career goals.

Create a separate list of the new goals you have for your career and think about how you can achieve them at work. Listing them gives you a chance to evaluate where you stand in terms of your values.

3. It helps you stay positive. A visual aid can be a genuine source of help when making major decisions. When setting goals, seeing a visual representation of your goals and dreams will give you that extra push to achieve what you want. You may want to choose images that you can remember easily. Place the board in an area where you can see it consistently. This will give you more determination to work toward your goals one day at a time.

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Alan Carniol

Alan is the creator of Interview Success Formula, a training program that has helped more than 40,000 job seekers to ace their interviews and land the jobs they deserve. Interviewers love asking curveball questions to weed out job seekers. But the truth is, most of these questions are asking about a few key areas. Learn more about how to outsmart tough interviewers by watching this video.