Erin’s Vision Journal Workshop for kids

Date and Time

Sun, September 22, 2019

2:30 PM – 4:40 PM CDT


3530 Forest Ln, Suite # 265

Dallas, TX 75234

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Class Description

The purpose of this workshop is for me to assist you in creating your very own vison journal. A vision journal is a visual representation of the things you want to accomplish or acquire. I created a vision journal to have a constant reminder of what I am working towards. My handy vision journal is a great tool for teaching lil ol’ me at 9 years old about goal setting. Other children like me can use vision journals to keep them motivated and focused as they work toward their goals like I do.

But why? Why NOT. Goal setting is an important life skill that is never too early to start developing. Learning to set goals teaches children to take responsibility for themselves. They learn that their actions determine whether or not they fail or succeed. Goal setting also builds self-confidence. When children reach their goals, they learn to believe in their abilities and are more likely to set new goals for themselves in the future.

Always remember to cheer your little one on as they make strides toward their goals after this workshop. The journey to them achieving their goals is equally as important as them actually reaching their goals.

We will focus on the following:

Start with small goal: Starting out with small, easy to achieve goals, ensures that the child experiences some success early on in the goal setting process.

Make goals specific: Having broad goals can overwhelm and confuse the child. Instead of saying ‘I will do better in school’, state specifically what you will do in order to do better in school. For example, ‘I will complete my homework daily.’


-(1) 80-120 Page College ruled spiral notebook (assorted colors available)
-Magazine/articles that represent your
goals and action plan (feel free to bring magazines from home, instructor magazines must be returned)
– Kids safety scissors (must be returned)
-Pencils, markers and erasers (must be returned)
-Glue stick and clear tape (must be returned)

Light Snack provided (1) per paid person
4oz. bottle water, 1 oz. bag of Frito brand assorted chips & either a small turkey and cheese sandwich or something of the sort.

What you will take home after 100% participation

Your materials you personally brought with you

Your journal, which is provided

Unfinished food that was given to you

A 30% off coupon code per request to shop on my website

Your certificate award & a “winner” medal for each paid child

Award Ceremony; An initiative award will be given to each child who completes a minimum of one goal during the last 15 minutes of the workshop. It will be signed by me. This will serve as a reminder for you to never give up and the first day with me that they chose to take control of their life.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Your child must be between the ages of 6-11 to participate in this workshop,

There must be 1 legal gaurdian/parent per two children. Must be willing to assist your child during the workshop. Instructions will be given as well as examples shown.

Chairs are limited. If there will be more than one adult per child please email me so seating will be available for additional adult.

Email: Childs name and the additional adults name that will be attending.

Is there a maximum number of adults per 2 children that will have seating?

Yes. 2 adults per each child due to limited seating availability.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Your vehicle or bus line stops directly across the street from the office building.

What can I bring into the event?

Please bring a light jacket in the event that you get cold. Central air is preset by the office building. Additional magazines are optional.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Text 402-828-0728

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds unless the event is cancelled by the organizer

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. You can show via electronic device

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes that’s fine as long as you have proof of purchase

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