This is going to be real short, and it’s a kinda gripe.
I recently had a comment here at Visual Mapper Blog spot by someone who preferred not to identify them self. I decided not to post their comment as it is, in my opinion, rather disingenuous to anonymously take without giving.
The comment was in response to the article titled; “Mention the $$$ value of Visual Mapping and people magically listen”.
The anonymous person (or bot) asked “How do you monetize your knowledge via Visual Mapping?”.
I use a few visual mapping products that have impacted my work over the many years of involvement within the mind, visual, knowledge mapping arenas.
This particular product/service has delivered a way for me to monetize my knowledge work in order to create a direct and indirect residual income.
The product is TheBrain: not only has it enabled me over the almost 20 years of use to become a more effective graphical knowledge mapper/manager; it has enabled me to work with my clients and colleagues with absolute clarity.
The efficacy of your knowledge work that encompasses your business models are essential. TheBrain slowly but surely became my virtual office, a place where I go to create relevancy, manage effectively and share (exchange and monetize) my knowledge frameworks.
TheBrain software/service has become integral to the ways I create and build my database of information and knowledge. It can indeed be the same for you.
If you care to investigate the power of this ever evolving product; you’ll more than likely discover the ways you can monetize your information and knowledge via the “Make Private” and packaging functions within TheBrain functions and capabilities.
The anonymous won’t be getting a more in depth answer here within this short post. I do however encourage that person, and anyone interested; to investigate TheBrain to discover via the process of learning; that monetizing their information and knowledge is relatively easy using TheBrain software and cloud services.
I would be glad to privately discuss this reality with you; that is if you identify yourself and begin meaningful dialogue.
Point of disclosure:
I have comp access to the mentioned product.
I do not sell nor have any commissions from the developer of the mentioned product.