Vision board _ Instead of cutting pictures out of magazines and gluing them to poster board _ which is a great activity in itself when you want to do this _ find royalty_free photos online, buy pictures through websites that sell them, or do some cutting_and_pasting from online magazines (which you can do by using the "PrtScrn" key on your keyboard, "Paste"ing into PowerPoint, and then cropping only what you want for your vision board). Stack the pictures into one slide. "Bring to Front" and "Send to Back" individual photos to layer them; tilt them different ways for the appearance of pictures askew on poster board. When you have the "vision board" looking the way you want, "Group" everything together and "Save As Picture" onto your hard drive. If you want your digital vision board to be portable so you can carry your vision board with you at all times, upload the graphic you created to your mobile device.
Also, how long is your investment horizon? Is it really that important to you to project out to 30 years or is 3λ years sufficient along with a terminal value that represents the expected NPV beyond 5 years? Usually this latter approach works best and looks the most credible to potential investors. There are numerous ways to calculate terminal value including multiples, current market values projected forward, and round guesstimates. Obviously these decisions are affected by your personal preference and the type of investment for which you're calculating present value.