Every year many people come up with New Year's resolutions, but often times it’s tough to follow through.
One community leader said keeping them just starts with a vision.
“If I, let’s just say, want to buy a new car this year, I find a picture of a new car, and I tape it on the board,” said Darryl M. Taliaferro, the Vision Board Party organizer.
Get ready to party and re-envision what you want for your future at a "Vision Board Party" happening Sunday afternoon.
All visitors have to do is come prepared to put their vision on paper and learn how to reach their goals.
The organizer of the event said visualization has been one of the mind's greatest exercises.
“So often if our goals and objectives are not in front of us, they get away from us,” Taliaferro said. “We don't accomplish buying the house or paying off the debt. Why? Because we don’t see it like I said earlier. If we don’t see before we see it we'll never see it.”
The Vision Board Party was scheduled to be free and open to the public. It'll be held at the East Park Community Center on Woodland Street at 5 p.m.