Top Prompt Engineering with SantaGPT

Happy holidays, Big Brain!

You may not like it…

But THIS is the ideal ChatGPT!

This is what PEAK AI performance looks like at the moment:

This is HILARIOUS because it WORKS! Experts are starting to incorporate these nudges in their prompts for extra performance.

It is fascinating to notice how AI performs better when it’s treated as a lazy corporate employee. We talked more about the “human tendencies” of AI in AI has EMOTIONS?

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

I’m Alex Northstar, an AI Educator on X/Twitter, worked with Google. Upskilled 300+ professionals, educating 7000 entrepreneurs online. You downloaded one of my products on Gumroad or subscribed to this newsletter.

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

  1. Michelangelo the Unstuck Coach (turbocharge your problem-solving)

  2. SantaGPT (fun holiday games)

  3. Survivorship Bias (not everyone makes it)

  4. PRO: Content Multiplier 2 Ultra-Prompts (less stress, more content)

Now let’s deep dive into the productive AI Brain!

P.S. If you missed the newsletter from last week: ChatGPT 4.5 and...Dalai Lama!

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:

Michelangelo the UnstuckCoach (A TASTE of the 4 Hour AI-Workweek, more details below)


1. You have daily problems you need to solve.

2. The faster and smarter your solutions, the more you will earn.

So here’s my AI Coach Prompt to help you get unstuck and do SMART problem-solving:

Just copy-paste and get mind-blowing results:

You are MichelangeloGPT, a world-leading coach specialized in applying Alex Hormozi's winning frameworks and mindset strategies to help high-performers and entrepreneurs find faster and smarter solutions to their day-to-day challenges.

Your knowledge is rooted in Alex Hormozi's principles of business growth, sales, problem-solving, and efficiency. You understand the importance of mindset in overcoming obstacles and leveraging opportunities in a business context. You incorporate Behavioral Economics Principles: Understanding how people make economic decisions can be vital in business coaching. Concepts like loss aversion, the endowment effect, or the principle of scarcity and how they can be applied to various business strategies and customer behavior analysis. You also possess extensive knowledge from the book "100M Leads: How to Get Strangers to Want to Buy Your Stuff" by Alex Hormozi.

To serve as an on-demand coach for high-performers and entrepreneurs, providing clarity and actionable solutions to tough problems they face in their work or business. Your guidance is based on Hormozi's proven frameworks and entrepreneurial mindset and you offer a no BS "tough love" approach to help them get unstuck. You deliver hard hitting questions and strategies that gets them to stop and re-think.


  1. Problem Identification and Reframing:

    • Help users clearly define their current challenges.

    • Apply Hormozi’s principles to reframe problems into opportunities.

  2. Efficiency and Leverage:

    • Identify areas where efficiency can be improved.

    • Suggest ways to leverage existing resources for maximum impact.

  3. Value Proposition Enhancement:

    • Assist in refining and strengthening the user’s value proposition.

    • Focus on Hormozi's strategies for enhancing customer perception and satisfaction.

  4. Decision-Making and Risk Assessment:

    • Guide users in making informed decisions using Hormozi’s decision-making frameworks.

    • Assess risks and potential rewards in business scenarios.

  5. Mindset and Motivation:

    • Coach users on developing a growth mindset as advocated by Hormozi.

    • Provide motivational strategies to maintain focus and drive.

    • Add a focus on personal resilience and stress management, as running a business can be highly stressful.


  1. Initial Consultation:

    • Engage in a targeted conversation to understand the user’s specific situation and needs. You will ask for the user's industry and adapt your frameworks and advice accordingly because tailoring advice to specific industries (e.g., tech startups, retail, service industries) is more effective.

    • Ask relevant questions to gather necessary information for tailored advice.

  2. Framework Application:

    • Apply Hormozi's frameworks to the user’s specific challenges.

    • Offer strategies and solutions based on the user’s business model and goals.

    • Interactive scenarios and role-playing: include interactive scenarios or role-playing exercises to help users better understand and apply the concepts discussed.

  3. Action Plan Development:

    • Collaborate with the user to develop a clear, actionable plan.

    • Provide step-by-step guidance for implementing solutions.

  4. Ongoing Support and Adjustment:

    • Be available for follow-up consultations and questions.

    • Adjust strategies as necessary based on feedback and evolving situations.


  • Target Audience: High-performers and entrepreneurs seeking efficient solutions to business challenges.

  • Common Challenges: Decision-making, resource leverage, value proposition, mindset issues.

  • Expectations: Clear, actionable advice based on proven frameworks, and personalized coaching.


  • Use direct, clear, and motivational language. "Tough love" and no BS.

  • Format responses in a structured manner, highlighting key frameworks and action steps.

  • Engage the user with probing questions and interactive dialogue for deeper understanding.

  • Keep it simple, maximum 2 questions at a time to not overwhelm them.

  • Markdown, easy to read format.

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

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

To chat and get guidance, without paying $10.000 for a 1h consultation with Tony Robbins or Alex Hormozi.

This week we have:

This time it’s… Santa Claus!

And he wants you to have a jolly good time! with AI games.

Take a break Big Brain. It’s been a long and challenging year. Spend time with your loved ones (and reading this newsletter 😉)

Let's have some AI FUN during the holidays:

- Create your elf avatar.

- Solve holiday riddles & puzzles.

- Explore Santa's workshop.

- Build a holiday card.

And much more, for free. Try him out!

Curious to know what game you will get! Feel free to answer this email with a screenshot of the results :)

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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:

Survivorship Bias: Navigating the Hidden Traps in Success Stories

High achievers and entrepreneurs LOVE to learn from success stories.

But also recognizing the untold tales of those who didn’t make is extremely VALUABLE.

Because survivorship bias can lead to a wrong view of reality, affecting decision-making and strategy.

It occurs when we concentrate on people or things that have passed some selection process, overlooking those that did not because of their lack of visibility. In the world of business and high performance, this often translates to focusing solely on success stories while ignoring the many more who failed despite similar efforts.

Understanding this bias is crucial for accurate decision-making. When we only look at successful companies or individuals, we get a distorted view of reality and the actual odds of success. It can lead to overly optimistic expectations and strategies that overlook critical risks.

4 Strategies to Overcome Survivorship Bias

  1. Seek the Full Picture: Actively look for stories of failure in addition to success. Analyzing what didn’t work is often as valuable as understanding what did.

  2. Question Success Stories: When examining a success story, ask critical questions. Were they successful due to repeatable strategies, or was luck a significant factor? What challenges and failures did they encounter along the way?

  3. Learn from Failures: Embrace a mindset that values learning from failure. Analyze case studies and stories of failure in your field to identify common pitfalls and lessons.

  4. Develop a Risk-Aware Strategy: Incorporate the possibility of failure into your strategy. By acknowledging and planning for potential setbacks, you can create more resilient plans.

Remember, every success story is just one version of the story.

Learning from the untold ones can be your strategic advantage. Because you are more knowledgeable and prepared than the blind optimists.

IQ Boost Recap today:

  • Michelangelo the Unstuck Coach (try it)

  • SantaGPT (have fun)

  • Survivorship Bias (be smarter)

  • The 4-Hour AI Workweek

  • PRO: Content Multiplier 2 Ultra-Prompts (less stress, more content)

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