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Manifest Tour: The Ultimate Guide to Changing Your Mindset and Achieving Your Goals

Updated: Sep 4, 2020

Hey you! I'm back and I have a really exciting idea to share with you. This idea puts a new twist on girl’s day out and vision board parties. You’ll come to learn something about me, I love sharing information that will positively impact your life. Knowledge is power and when you pay it forward, it becomes a domino effect. Alright, lets go!

What is manifesting?

Have you ever heard the saying, if you see it in your eyes you can hold it in your hand? This thought is the foundation of the Manifest Tour. These tours are all about bringing your vision board to life. We gather with our friends towards the end of the year, cut out pictures, words, and share our goals but then what? Well, here is the next step in the process.

2019 complete vision board for manifesting
My 2019 vision board

Manifestation is something that is put into your physical reality through thought, feelings, and beliefs. You can want something all day, but how are you going to turn your vision into reality? In order to do something different, you have to experience things differently.

How did the tour get started?

In 2018, Kia Perry, founder of HERMARKET, along with two other friends

Jessica Myers, co-founder of JAG Holdings, realtor Jasmine Horn and I were discussing what we wanted out of life and how to start making that change to achieve those goals. We all have dreams far beyond where we are today, and Kia came up with the idea to go see the homes we place on our vision board. It all just clicked with everyone and we immediately said yes and started adding on to the idea. In October 2018, the Manifest Tour was born on a random girl’s night out.

Creators of the Manifest Tour
Manifest Tour Crew: Kia Perry, Jasmine Horn, and Jessica Myers

This is when I reflect on the importance of who you surround yourself with and timing. We each were at a place of seeking change in our lives and wanting to see life through a different lens. It was no longer enough to cut out those pictures, we wanted to physically open the doors to those homes.