Chatgbt is pretty darn cool. Some cool use's for it.
- Improve your writing by getting feedback.
Use this prompt:
[paste your writing]
"Proofread my writing above. Fix grammar and spelling mistakes. And make suggestions that will improve the clarity of my writing"
- Use the 80/20 principle to learn faster than ever.
"I want to learn about [insert topic]. Identify most important 20% of learnings from this topic that will help me understand 80% of it."
- Learn and develop any new skill.
"I want to learn / get better at [insert desired skill]. I am a complete beginner. Create a 30 day learning plan that will help a beginner like me learn and improve this skill."
- Get short and insight-packed book summaries.
"Summarize the book [insert book] by the author [insert author] and give me a list of the most important learnings and insights."
- Get feedback from history's greatest minds.
"Assume you are [insert famous person e.g. Einstein]. Read my argument below and give me feedback as if you were [insert person again]"
[insert your argument]
- Enhance your problem solving skills.
"Your role is that of a problem solver. Give me a step-by-step guide to solving [insert your problem]."
- Generate new ideas and overcome writers block:
"I am writing a blog post about [insert topic]. Give me an outline for this blog post with 10 bullet points. Also give me 5 options for a catchy headline."
You can adapt this prompt for whatever you're writing.
- Summarize long texts and accelerate your learning:
"Summarize the text below into 500 words or less. Create sections for each important point with a brief summary of that point."
- Use stories and metaphors to aid your memory.
"I am currently learning about [insert topic]. Convert the key lessons from this topic into engaging stories and metaphors to aid my memorization."
- Strengthen your learning by testing yourself.
"I am currently learning about [insert topic]. Ask me a series of questions that will test my knowledge. Identify knowledge gaps in my answers and give me better answers to fill those gaps."