Last weekend, the studio became a huge workspace for 10 participants of our first Vision Map Workshop.
If you haven't heard of Vision Mapping, the idea is simple. You go through a stack of magazines and cut out any pictures or words that appeal to you, without overanalyzing why you have chosen the things you did. The next step is to use those pictures to make a "map" of your future, or to answer a specific question. So, you could make a map thinking about "Where do I want to be in 2 years?", or "how can I make my job more rewarding?"
The most interesting part of Vision Mapping is that once you have committed your ideas to paper they have a knack of coming to fruition. Perhaps it's magic, or perhaps you subconsciously make these things happen after visualizing them.
Everyone had a great time, and the maps were both beautiful and intriguing. I'll keep you updated on whether our visions come to be! Thanks to our vision map coach, Kim Brasington, for an insightful and inspiring workshop.