Getting into the ‘corridor’

Nov 12, 2007 by

This is about getting into the ‘corridor’ as I put it in my post few days ago. Getting into the ‘corridor’ …

It means entering the arena where you want to be in the future, in any capacity, to get started.

T. Harv Eker

Today, officially =) I moved my blog from reason2smile.wordpress.com to here. Blogging with WordPress.com is simple and enjoyable, but many things are limited, such as plugins addition, themes, and opportunity for blog monetization. It does limit my creativity on what I can do with this blog.

Initially I thought of waiting for few more months before getting my own domain, prepare more, to get more readers and subscribers. Yet, some statements that Harv Eker mentioned in his book, Secrets of The Millionaire Mind woke me up:

Rich people get started. They trust that once they get in the game, they can make intelligent decisions in the present moment, make corrections, and adjust their sails along the way.

Rich people see an opportunity, jump on it, and get even richer. As for poor people? They’re still “preparing”!

T. Harv Eker

What Eker emphasizes always in his book was that everything start with your mindset. What he means by the rich people here are not necessarily those rich financially but they’re rich in their mindset, even when they are in the middle of struggle. Rich financially, not everyone has right now, but everyone can start with having rich mindset.

I believe you have dreams and desires, and what you have to do is to get started, wherever you are, get into the ‘corridor’. What does it mean by getting into the ‘corridor’?

  1. You’ll start learning about the industry where you dream about, start network with the people, and it will be able to give you invaluable insights that you can apply.
  2. You can start investing on yourself, learn more, take some courses, be prepared to equip yourself to achieve your dream.
  3. You will see challenges and obstacles, getting into the ‘corridor’ takes courage, and you should always look at the challenges as opportunities to be overcame not as obstacles.

The point is that you will grow even more and faster once you get into the corridor, start and get into the ‘corridor’! Wherever you are with whatever you have right now!

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