Your knowledge is valuable

Thursday, February 14 2013

Most people have something that they are truely passionate about. When they think of whatever this happens to be, their day brightens, perhaps they feel excited, or maybe they talk the ear off of friends about it. This kind of calling, hobby, or special interest is such a positive motivator to have.

Some of us feel the urge to get out and share, spread, and teach our special thing to others. We are fortunate to live in a time where there are many ways to do this. Perhaps we schedule Meetups with other interested people. Some of us establish flourishing online communities to discuss our beloved subject. Maybe some still post informative Youtube videos with How-To’s and instructions.

To this motivated, enthusiastic group of individuals, I’ve got a message for you: You have got something valuable in a number of ways. Not only do you have something that enriches your life, you potentially have something that could make some money for yourself on the side.

If you have knowledge to share, I’d like you to check out Pathwright, which is geared towards letting you spread and share what you know with others. You can create your very own School of Guitar, or perhaps you’d like to share what you know about restoring Classic Cars. Maybe you’d like to teach others how to program, or offer training for particular software products. All of this is possible, and it’s priced to be affordable to individuals like you and I. In fact, you can play around with Pathwright without paying a dime.

Whatever your passion, I hope that you’ll take a look at our passion (Pathwright) and let us know how we can help you share yours.

A few example ideas for things I personally would love to see:

  • An organized, moderated school of Photoshop
  • A school for user interface design
  • A school of whatever programming language
  • A school for guitar players
  • A school of Rowing
  • A school of dog training

Shoot us an email. We’d love to hear how we can help share what brightens your day.