Effective time management is very important to execute the goals on your vision board and attain the results you desire. I once created a vision board but did not plan or manage my time properly to get those things done. As a result, some things on my vision board had to be moved to the following year. Why? I had no execution plan or deadline so my goals died in the realm of wishful thinking. To avoid this mistake, you must not only have a goal but also a solid, detailed plan in place about how to execute it. Use your time wisely and plan ahead. If you do not plan ahead, it is too easy to get distracted. Avoid procrastination, taking on too much at a time, and all forms of distractions.
You can use productivity tools like notebooks, journals, planners and agendas to plan and write down your goals. Track your progress and reflect on your journey so you can make improvements or adjustments as needed. Write out your plans for the day, to-do-lists, and be committed to your plans for each day. You can take about 10 minutes to plan your day either first thing or last thing at night for the following day. Leadership expert John Maxwell says, “You'll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.” As you write down your daily goals and you work towards achieving them consistently, you will reach your goals.