These 10 Celebrity Homes Site at The Top of These Entrepreneur’s Vision Boards

One of the most effective ways to stay motivated and on
track is to create a vision board and constantly keep it filled with goals,
whether materialistic or not. A lot of people are scared to say they are
motivated by material possessions, but the truth is there is nothing wrong with
aiming high.

Some people are motivated by setting a goal and rewarding
themselves with a nice vacation, or setting a milestone to hit and then buying
their dream car to celebrate. For others, a dream home is the main centerpiece
of a vision board. Here are ten celebrity homes that are quite famous, and
serve as motivation. Whatever your motivation is, don’t be afraid to use it to
help you reach all of your goals and dreams.

1. Elizabeth Taylor:
Beverly Hills Mansion

“This is a home built for entertaining. The views are insane,
and it has plenty of room, coming in at about 8,000 square feet. It’s really
about the views more than anything else. There are plenty of amazing homes, and
this is just one that has always seemed to receive a lot of attention in the
media, so it was familiar to me.

There are several different things you can add to your
vision board that can be used as motivation. They don’t even have to be actual
material items, either. Sometimes something as simple as a picture of your
family or children will give you all of the motivation in the world to work
hard every day.” – Paul Kelly, 247 CCTV Security Ltd

2. Johnny Depp: Kentucky
Horse Farm

“This is a 42 acre spread in the quite state of Kentucky.
This is a home that I have seen online and the thought of having all of that
land to create a compound is very appealing. Location aside, any home with a
lot of land is something that motivates me. It’s not necessarily the owner of
the home; it’s just the thought of a lot of land.

I think it’s very important to have goals and to dream big.
Some people might like to keep low expectations, but when you think about it,
anything is achievable, and it just takes determination and hard work. You can
either strive for the best or watch others reach those levels. Vision boards
are great, and I encourage people to fill theirs with whatever dreams and goals
they have, and to work towards them every single day.” – Chad Gaynier of Clarity Clinic

3. Robert Redford: Napa
Valley Estate

“Sitting on 10 acres, this is something you don’t see often
in California. A large home with an equally large lot. Napa Valley is a nice
area of California and this is a home I’ve seen listed online before and it
just caught my eye.

Cars and houses are nice, but so is being able to do nice
things for family and friends. I think the source of motivation varies from
person to person, and there is no right or wrong answer. In the end, everyone
has different goals and dreams, and you cannot judge someone based on those. If
someone wants to build a successful business in order to buy their dream home,
great. If they want to be able to travel the world with their family, that is
fine too.” – Ignacio Soria, CEO of Cann &

4. Paris Hilton: Hollywood
Hills Mansion

“The views of the famous Sunset Strip are what make this
home desirable. It’s a home I have seen listed online and mentioned on TV, so
it stands out. The area is very famous and there are few homes with that type
of view in that location.

I think the concept of ‘celebrity’ homes is funny, because
there are plenty of successful entrepreneurs that have nicer homes, yet they
remain under the radar. In a perfect world you can have the dream home, without
the celebrity name attached to it. I would not want the attention and hassles
that comes with being a celebrity, but their homes are often in the media, so
they end up becoming sources of motivation for many.” – Michael Herron, Law Offices of Michael R. Herron

5. Alonzo Mourning: Miami

“This mega mansion overlooks Biscayne Bay, with direct water
access. Miami is an amazing city and a home on the water there would be
amazing. The weather. The views. The entire thought of it is inspirational.

Any goal, whether it’s to save for a vacation or buy a dream
mansion, needs to have a plan. You cannot wake up every day without a plan and
expect to make your dreams come true. You also can’t have a generic plan like
‘buy a mansion’ and expect to reach that level. It takes several smaller goals,
all mapped out, that eventually lead to the big goals. I am a big fan of
several small micro-goals.” – Christopher Kerr, VP Marketing at Earnhardt Lexus

6. Jay Z and Beyonce: Hamptons

“This is one of the most desirable homes in the Hamptons and
has its own 100+ seat screening room. Imagine the parties you could throw here.
Have 100 of your friends over to watch the game in your theatre room. What a
property this is. Very inspirational, to say the least.

When you look at areas like the Hamptons, there are hundreds
of homes. Maybe a handful of them are owned by famous people. The rest? They
are people like you and me, who just worked hard and reached their dreams. That
is more motivational to me than seeing a home that a musician or actor owns.
Business owners like you and I own these homes as well. That is the most
motivating aspect of this.” – Tad Thomas, Managing Partner of Thomas Law Offices

7. Cher: Beverly Hills

“I mean, who wouldn’t want to live in a 20,000 square foot
mansion in the hills? The sheer size of this home is motivation enough for me.
Whom it belongs to is irrelevant. A home that large is just impressive, and who
wouldn’t want to live there?

I think more people should leverage the power of a vision
board. While some may think it’s silly to put visual images of what you desire
on a board that you are constantly faced with, but it’s the repeated engagement
with it that keeps those dreams on your mind at all times. You have to
constantly envision something in order to make it happen.” – Pat Skinner of Answer First

8. Zsa Zsa Gabor: Bel Air

“This 9,000 square foot monster home offers 360 degree views
of the city and ocean, which is very hard to come across. To me, the ocean is
beautiful and calming, so an unobstructed view like this is a dream. It doesn’t
matter where it is, a home with a view of the ocean from all sides is a dream.

I think having a beach house is one of the first goals, home
related, that a lot of business owners have. Some might push those dreams to
the side, but I don’t see anything wrong with always striving for that. After
all, the only way you are going to achieve it is by always having it as a
goal.” – Hyung Park, President of Abraham
Lincoln University

9. Kathy Lee: Key Largo

“This Florida mansion is more than 11,000 square feet and has
access to a private members club. A huge house in the Florida sun and access to
an amazing golf course and ocean club is pretty appealing. It’s a dream home
that many would love.

Cars, homes and materialistic goals are great, and nobody
should judge. If that is what lights a fire under someone, great. The same goes
for other goals, like charitable donations, community help, etc. Strive for
whatever makes you happy and work hard until you accomplish it all.” – Chris
Moberg, President of Slumber Search

10. Rob Lowe: Montecito

“This was recently listed for $47 million dollars. Yes, you
read that correctly. At 10,000 square feet, it’s large, but it’s the details
that make the home so valuable and appealing. I mean, the dollar amount this
home is selling for alone is motivation.

There is a lot of custom work done, as he basically had a
Virginia style home created in California. This alone is why this home is
motivation. It’s proof that you can do anything you want. There are no
limitations. You just have to work hard, and with success comes the opportunity
to create the life you want.” – Christopher Dziak, CEO of Pure Nootropics