If you've read my January Monthly Income Report, you'll know that I'm in the middle of a move. I'm actually going to try and keep this post short because I have to go to our old apartment and re-paint some of the walls back to their original color.
Anyways, as stressful as the move has been so far, one of the things that is driving me forward is that in our new place, I get my own office! It has always been my dream to have my own home office where I can close the doors at times and really CRUSH IT.
Don't get me wrong—I was able to make things happen in my existing workspace (which is equivalent to the size of a port-a-potty), but my new 9′ x 12′ space will definitely be conducive to making loads of progress on my existing businesses, this blog, and all of the future projects I have in store.
The Idea Room
About a month ago, when I was watching Teen Cribs on MTV (yeah, I'll admit that…), I saw this huge house which was owned by an internet marketer who I had never heard of before. One particular room had “white markerboard” covering every inch of every single wall, and they called it the “Idea Room”. In it, the internet marketer and his teen son draw on the walls and brainstorm new business ideas and strategies.
So, I'm going to install some white markerboard in my office too, probably on at least one entire wall, maybe two. As much as I love brainstorming with online tools such as MindMeister, there's just something about writing ideas on a wall where I can see them every time I go in the office. (Full Disclosure: I make a commission if you buy MindMeister through the link.)It will make me want to follow through and implement. Furthermore, if I ever end up doing video courses for whatever reason, I'll already have a board behind me that I can write on.
So how much does white markerboard cost?
Not as much as you probably think.
An entire 4 foot by 8 foot sheet will only cost you $13 at Home Depot. Definitely a small price to pay for the amount of progress that could be made as a result of installing these bad boys, in my opinion. Plus, it might be fun to take Keoni into the office and help him with his math homework too.
I'll definitely keep you updated. You can be sure that once the office is finished, I'll do a quick video tour for you to check out. Until then, here's to your online success!
Have a wonderful weekend!