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OpenAI is hiding an ACE up their sleeves.

Am I the only one who has this feeling?

I've been studying their social media communication and announcements:

"One year since GPT-4 release. Hope you all enjoyed some time to relax, it’ll have been the slowest 12 months of AI progress for quite some time to come."

Let's look at some facts:

ALL their launches have been quite unexpected and GAMEBREAKING for the whole world.

Not 2% increments, benchmark tests bla bla bla

- THEY released ChatGPT 3.5 for the MASSES.

- They upgraded it to LLM gold standard ChatGPT4.

- They crushed thousands of startups with new features like code interpreter, GPTs, image generators, document uploading.

Of course, I could be totally wrong and they don't know what they're doing.

But do you really believe that?

So what do they have?

Either ChatGPT 4.5, a BEEFED up version of 4 that blows the competitors away on the benchmarks or...

Something different.

That cannot be launched easily to the masses.

That requires absolute silence.

It's for sure coming this year.

And I don't know how to feel about this…

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

I’m Alex Northstar: consultant, educator on practical AI, predicted smart chatbots in 2017, helped Google in 2021, accelerating humans in 2024 and preparing you for 2027.

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

  1. Claude Power Prompter

  2. Gamma Presentations

  3. Self-Serving Bias

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

P.S. If you missed the newsletter from last week: Prequel: AI will eradicate marketers.

1/3 Power Prompt:

This week we have:

My Claude Power Prompter (click to get it free)

Because prompt engineering is time-consuming. But I made the easy, no-code solution for you. Takes only 4 minutes to set up.

So you get the BEST outputs from Claude, with minimal effort, in the fastest time!

What's inside?

→ The Claude Power Prompter Workflow

→ 15 Claude Mega Prompts for Business

→ BONUS Chapter: No Limitations

2/3 Leverage the AI Brain

This week we have:

A cool sponsor/AI tool that I use daily: Gamma!

Because it used to take me 3 hours to make a presentation. Now it’s 20 min.

Check it out, you’ll love it:

  • No more slide masters or template lock-in

  • Restyle your entire deck in just one click

  • Use a flexible template to work faster

  • Share online with publishing + analytics

  • Measure engagement with built-in analytics

3/3 Sharper Human Brain

This week:

Self-Serving Bias: Self-Reflection for TRUE Progress

Self-Serving Bias is our psychological tendency to see ourselves in a favorable light.

It helps preserve our self-esteem but hinders learning. In professional settings, this might manifest as taking full credit for a project’s success but attributing any shortcomings to factors beyond our control.

Why It Matters

For entrepreneurs and high achievers, an accurate self-appraisal is vital for growth. BUT the Self-Serving Bias obstructs honest evaluation and can also strain relationships with team members and stakeholders if successes and failures are not fairly acknowledged.

3 Strategies to Combat Self-Serving Bias

  1. Maintain a Learning Journal: Documenting your daily experiences, decisions, and their outcomes can provide valuable insights over time. Reviewing this journal can help identify patterns in your thinking and decision-making.

  2. Celebrate Effort, Not Just Outcome: Recognize and reward the effort and process, not just the successful outcomes. This helps in valuing learning and growth, irrespective of the result.

  3. Develop Accountability Systems: Share your goals and progress with someone you trust. Being accountable to another person can help you stay honest and motivated.

Embrace both successes and failures as integral to the journey of growth. Take credit for wins AND fails.

The practical AI efficiency course tailored to YOU, 1418 students, check it out here:

IQ Boost Recap today:

  1. Claude Power Prompter

  2. Gamma Presentations

  3. Self-Serving Bias

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- Alex 🌟💛

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