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How to Get the Most Out of ChatGPT

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You’ve tried ChatGPT but it doesn’t give you what you want so you don’t like it.

Until they come out with a “better” version, you’re not going to use AI.


28 Thinking Skills


Thinking is not one big thing, rather it’s made up of 28 thinking skills called cognitive functions.
We use these cognitive functions to do almost every activity throughout the day (including chatting with ChatGPT!)
Naturally we all have stronger cognitive functions and weaker ones, but those weaker ones are affecting many areas of our lives.

You might be struggling with using AI if you are weak in the thinking skills of labeling, being precise and considering another perspective.

Last week, in episode 403 we spoke about using labeling and being precise when setting the boundaries, so others know what you are talking about.

Just like you need to be strong in labeling and being precise, so others understand you, you need to use these thinking skills to prompt Chat GPT as it also needs to understand you.

I’m gonna give you some tips on how to put in good prompts, but you first got to understand - If you struggle with labeling, being precise or considering another perspective, you’ll only be able to put in prompts other people tell you ('cuz then you’re not really using your brain)

If you want to get the most out of ChatGPT or AI in general, you’ll want to work on those cognitive functions, so you can come up with better prompts for you and your business.

Labeling 

In order for ChatGPT to understand you, you need to use labels and be precise in what you are telling it to do.
Remember, labels are using the correct name for objects, ideas, concepts, places, emotions, etc.

To get better at labeling you’ll want to call items by its name (and not call it “this” or “that”)

Being Precise 

Being precise is being exact in what you say and do. With AI it’s about typing a precise prompt.

To get better at being precise, take a moment whenever talking or writing to make sure you are expressing what you want to say correctly. (Don’t just give “whatevers” Explain it well.)

Considering Another Perspective

There’s another cognitive function, I mentioned in the beginning, you'll need to use when chatting with AI and that is considering another perspective. Yes, although AI doesn’t have emotions, you’ve got to consider its perspective so it gives you what you want.

AI does not know anything about you or your business.
If you tell it “write me a sales page” obviously it’s going to be generic. You’ve got to consider the perspective of AI and how it knows nothing about you in all your prompts.

To get better at considering another person’s perspective, take a moment to think about what is going through that person’s mind before you give them an answer. How are they feeling? Why do they think that way? What caused them to say that?

ChatGPT Prompts

Here’s for the prompts! As I share them, think about which cognitive function is it coming from - labeling, being precise or considering another perspective?

  • Tell it to “Act as [Put in your title]” Act as a nutritionist, copywriter, life coach etc. 
  • ​Ask it to write in the style of an author or another personality.
  • ​Ask it to put all the information in a table. This is especially helpful for whenever you ask it for a lot of information that you personally would put in a table. Think social content with titles, captions, scripts and hashtags or product research with model, material & price.
  • ​Give it limits! 2 sentences, 500 words etc.
  • ​Tell AI who your audience is. Men in their 50s? 10-year-olds? High school students who don’t like listening to their parents?
  • Give it examples and ask it for more like it.
  • ​(My favorite!) Ask it to ask you questions on what it needs to know before you begin to ask for requests. For example: "In a minute I'm going to ask you to write copy for my business. This will include blog content, podcast ideas, TikTok video scripts and more. Before we begin, I want you to fully understand my business and customers. Ask me at least 20 questions about my business, customers, audience and anything else you need in order to complete the tasks to the best of your ability."

Your Challenge

You’ve got 2 challenges this week:

  • Pick one of the cognitive functions we spoke about and work on it 5 minutes a day (all you’ve got to do is be aware and conscious)
  • ​Use chatGPT with at least one of the prompts we spoke about.

Cheers to Peak Brain Performance!

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Your Essential Guide

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This guide will give you all you need to start improving your cognitive functions. Learn what all 28 thinking skills are, how they apply to you and what you can do today to begin improving them.

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Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

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How to Get the Most Out of ChatGPT

CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML



You’ve tried ChatGPT but it doesn’t give you what you want so you don’t like it.

Until they come out with a “better” version, you’re not going to use AI.


28 Thinking Skills


Thinking is not one big thing, rather it’s made up of 28 thinking skills called cognitive functions.
We use these cognitive functions to do almost every activity throughout the day (including chatting with ChatGPT!)
Naturally we all have stronger cognitive functions and weaker ones, but those weaker ones are affecting many areas of our lives.

You might be struggling with using AI if you are weak in the thinking skills of labeling, being precise and considering another perspective.

Last week, in episode 403 we spoke about using labeling and being precise when setting the boundaries, so others know what you are talking about.

Just like you need to be strong in labeling and being precise, so others understand you, you need to use these thinking skills to prompt Chat GPT as it also needs to understand you.

I’m gonna give you some tips on how to put in good prompts, but you first got to understand - If you struggle with labeling, being precise or considering another perspective, you’ll only be able to put in prompts other people tell you ('cuz then you’re not really using your brain)

If you want to get the most out of ChatGPT or AI in general, you’ll want to work on those cognitive functions, so you can come up with better prompts for you and your business.

Labeling 

In order for ChatGPT to understand you, you need to use labels and be precise in what you are telling it to do.
Remember, labels are using the correct name for objects, ideas, concepts, places, emotions, etc.

To get better at labeling you’ll want to call items by its name (and not call it “this” or “that”)

Being Precise 

Being precise is being exact in what you say and do. With AI it’s about typing a precise prompt.

To get better at being precise, take a moment whenever talking or writing to make sure you are expressing what you want to say correctly. (Don’t just give “whatevers” Explain it well.)

Considering Another Perspective

There’s another cognitive function, I mentioned in the beginning, you'll need to use when chatting with AI and that is considering another perspective. Yes, although AI doesn’t have emotions, you’ve got to consider its perspective so it gives you what you want.

AI does not know anything about you or your business.
If you tell it “write me a sales page” obviously it’s going to be generic. You’ve got to consider the perspective of AI and how it knows nothing about you in all your prompts.

To get better at considering another person’s perspective, take a moment to think about what is going through that person’s mind before you give them an answer. How are they feeling? Why do they think that way? What caused them to say that?

ChatGPT Prompts

Here’s for the prompts! As I share them, think about which cognitive function is it coming from - labeling, being precise or considering another perspective?

  • Tell it to “Act as [Put in your title]” Act as a nutritionist, copywriter, life coach etc. 
  • ​Ask it to write in the style of an author or another personality.
  • ​Ask it to put all the information in a table. This is especially helpful for whenever you ask it for a lot of information that you personally would put in a table. Think social content with titles, captions, scripts and hashtags or product research with model, material & price.
  • ​Give it limits! 2 sentences, 500 words etc.
  • ​Tell AI who your audience is. Men in their 50s? 10-year-olds? High school students who don’t like listening to their parents?
  • Give it examples and ask it for more like it.
  • ​(My favorite!) Ask it to ask you questions on what it needs to know before you begin to ask for requests. For example: "In a minute I'm going to ask you to write copy for my business. This will include blog content, podcast ideas, TikTok video scripts and more. Before we begin, I want you to fully understand my business and customers. Ask me at least 20 questions about my business, customers, audience and anything else you need in order to complete the tasks to the best of your ability."

Your Challenge

You’ve got 2 challenges this week:

  • Pick one of the cognitive functions we spoke about and work on it 5 minutes a day (all you’ve got to do is be aware and conscious)
  • ​Use chatGPT with at least one of the prompts we spoke about.

Cheers to Peak Brain Performance!

ST Rappaport Brain Coach for entrepreneurs png
1.png

Hi, I'm ST,

Just like you, I want to be more efficient and effective.

Most entrepreneurs want to grow their business but already got a lot of stress.
At LifePix University we help you rewire your brain to become more efficient and effective while experiencing more inner peace.
Learn more here.

3.png

Your Essential Guide

to Cognitive Functions

This guide will give you all you need to start improving your cognitive functions. Learn what all 28 thinking skills are, how they apply to you and what you can do today to begin improving them.

2.png

Cognitive Functions Assessment

Thinking is not one big thing. Thinking is made up of 28 parts, called cognitive functions.
Take the FREE assessment to see where each of your cognitive functions are currently at. 

1 Million downloads per epidode the LifePix University Podcast.png

We're on for 1M downloads

By the end of 2025

Can you help us reach our goal? 
Share this podcast with someone you love!












































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