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“You look at your goals and (figure out) ‘What do I have to do to get to that point? What would it feel like to get there?'” she said. “I want them to put their big scary dreams on a board and be brave every day to pursue it.

Hess gave the women three tips for their vision boards: make it specific, look at it daily and practice “future pacing,” or journaling about what you want to achieve as if it’s already happened. Hess herself wrote about speaking at an event like “Manifest,” months before she knew anything about it.”

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