The week of Google Gemini!

Finally, a worthy opponent?

It is finally here! The ChatGPT killer! Or not?

I’m talking about the long-awaited Gemini Advanced, which is the superior version of Gemini, which before was called Bard.

Confusing, I know. But we finally have it, runs on the best AI that Google has to offer!

Have you tried it yet?

Now let’s make you smarter and more productive with the AI Second Brain:

I’m Alex Northstar, an AI Educator on X/Twitter, worked with Google. Upskilled 300+ professionals, educating 9000 entrepreneurs online.

Here’s the AI value that you get this week, Big Brain:

  1. Auto-Newspaper (get the articles you need, with summaries too)

  2. Gemini Workspace (make Google your AI Agent)

  3. The Peak-End Rule (be strategic)

  4. PRO: 5 Gemini features (that ChatGPT does NOT have)

Let’s deep dive into the productive AI Brain to win 2024!

P.S. If you missed the newsletter from last week: Automation: 1 Man talks with 5000 women with ChatGPT

1. Double your Speed & Results, with X-GPT

Part 1/3: Get the BEST Power Prompts I found out there or made myself, to automate your tasks.

Consider them as extensions of your brain, allowing you to do the work of 10 people in 1. Immediate actionable value to copy, paste, bookmark and use.

This week we have:

Auto-Newspaper

Because:

1. You want to get relevant information from the web.

2. You don’t have time for browsing and searching, you just want it “delivered to your doorstep.”

Here’s the full prompt to copy-paste, add your topic and implement:

Step 1: You are an extremely intelligent office assistant tasked with researching the web on the latest top 5 news of the day on [add your topic]. Check the dates on the landing page and make sure they are the latest, freshest information.

So you first find these articles and provide the links for further reference. And then write practical, punchy summaries with the most important details, data, and numbers if present.

After this is done, you stop and ask me to "deepdive". This means I will tell you "YES" and you will proceed with Step 2.

Step 2: You then proceed to write for each and one of them a summary with the 3 most valuable bullet points. And then how this can be applied to solo entrepreneurs, in a tone of voice that mimics James Clear.

You do this one article at a time. After one of the article summaries is finished, you stop and ask me to continue with the next one, by me writing "YES".

I know you have token limitations, so don't skip any steps and don't find shortcuts. When you're about to hit your token limit. Ask me to press "continue" and I'll do that so you can complete all steps.

2. Leverage the AI Brain: x2 IQ with AI Agents

Part 2/3: I share with you the best AI Agents & Clones.

To chat, get guidance and put AI to work. Without paying $10.000 for a 1h consultation with Tony Robbins or Alex Hormozi.

This week we have:

Gemini Advanced Workspace

One of its coolest features: it can interact with your Google Workspace!

Just type your prompt and add @.
You can choose from Youtube, Docs, Flights and more.

Use it to fetch your documents and prepare work emails for you, for example.

Extra: Our free community for the AI high-performer of 2024

Check it out HERE.

3. Make your Human Business Brain Sharper

Part 3/3: Business Psychology Insights

Because Knowledge = Power.

BUT intelligently applied knowledge, accelerated skill acquisition and a healthy mind in a healthy body are the bridge to that power:

The power to transform 1. your mind, 2. yourself and ultimately 3. your reality.

This week:

The Peak-End Rule: Crafting Memorable Experiences for Lasting Impact

Understanding and applying the Peak-End Rule can be a powerful asset. This psychological principle suggests that people judge an experience largely based on how they felt at its most intense point (the peak) and at its end, rather than on the total sum or average of every moment.

This concept is crucial in shaping customer experiences, service design, and even personal branding.

Because in a world where experiences are as valuable as products, understanding how to create memorable and positive peaks and ends can differentiate your service or product, enhance customer satisfaction, and foster loyalty.

4 Strategies to Harness the Peak-End Rule

  1. Design Memorable Peaks: Identify opportunities to create standout moments in the customer journey. This could be exceptional service, a personalized touch, or a surprising element that exceeds expectations.

  2. Ensure Strong Conclusions: The last interaction with a customer should be positive and memorable. Whether it’s a thank-you note, a follow-up call, or a parting gift, make sure it leaves a favorable impression.

  3. Solicit Feedback at Strategic Points: Gather customer feedback right after peak experiences or at the conclusion of their journey. This is when their memory of the experience is most vivid.

  4. Smooth Out Negative Experiences: If a negative experience occurs, address it before the end of the customer's journey. Resolving issues effectively can turn a negative peak into a positive one.

In summary, the Peak-End Rule underscores the importance of the emotional high points and final impressions in shaping how experiences are remembered.

By intentionally crafting these aspects, you can create lasting, positive memories associated with your brand or service. It's often not the duration but the intensity and conclusion of an experience that counts the most.

IQ Boost Recap today:

  • Auto-Newspaper (get the articles you need, with summaries too)

  • Gemini Workspace (make Google your AI Agent)

  • The 4-Hour AI Workweek Free Community

  • The Peak-End Rule (be strategic)

  • PRO: 5 Gemini features (that ChatGPT does NOT have)

Extra Content for Pro Members:

We dive even deeper with technical guides, resource links, personal reflections & community.

For those that truly support this independent practical AI newsletter ⬇

Subscribe to Premium Membership to read the rest.

Become a paying subscriber of Premium Membership to get access to this post and other subscriber-only content.

Already a paying subscriber? Sign In

Subscribe to keep reading

This content is free, but you must be subscribed to The AI Second Brain to continue reading.

Already a subscriber?Sign In.Not now

Join the conversation

or to participate.