I would like my knowledge base to be like the East gardens of the Imperial Palace
in Japan and have a limited number of visitors at any given time, ensuring a great experience for each and every one of them. My idea is to create a subscription model
with a limited number of tokens
(e.g., 20-25). People who subscribe will get access to my knowledge base
as well as access to a private community
with myself and other subscribers.
I see this experiment as a way to share ideas on a much deeper level with others, versus me publishing very specific blog posts. Sharing my notes means sharing what I capture and find “most” valuable, which is a very different, but IMHO very interesting value proposition.
Subscribers will get to see how I take my notes, how I improve my process week over week, things I discover, how I tag content, etc. I’ll also be available to answer any questions they might have about my content or my approach.
It’s a win-win proposition: I get rewarded for the efforts I put into my knowledge base, which motivates me to spend more time on it, and subscribers get access to high signal information, an insider view of my process, etc.
If at least 10 persons reply with a “YES”, then I’ll prepare and launch this experiment in the coming weeks.