2024 is your BEST Year with AI, here's WHY

Now let's WIN 2024

2023. Simply an incredible year.

And 2024 will be even more WILD.

Here’s why:

  1. This picture shows that YOU live in the age of AI ABUNDANCE.

  2. This is the WORST that AI will ever be.

The tool that allows us to work less and achieve more, that frees us from boring and repetitive tasks, that unlocks our sleeping creativity.

I wanna take you on a journey today:

All of this was achieved in the timespan of 1 year: Midjourney, ChatGPT 4, Grok, Gemini and 12.257 more AI tools…

So how can you NOT be excited about the opportunities of AI 2024?

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. Meetings Gold Digger prompt (it’s time for Meetings 2.0)

  2. Tech Support Advisor (it’s a capibara?!)

  3. Bandwagon Effect (avoid herd mentality)

  4. PRO: Perfect ChatGPT prompting: 3 KEY points

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

P.S. If you missed the newsletter from last week: Top Prompt Engineering with SantaGPT

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:

Meetings Gold Digger Prompt (A TASTE of the 4 Hour AI-Workweek, more details below)

Because:

1. You have too many meetings.

2. You want to extract as much value as time, in the shortest time possible.

This is a prompt you’ll want to slightly tweak and use for important meetings when you want to get and deliver even more value.

Just copy-paste, add the necessary info and get mind-blowing results:

Context:


Document Description: Attached is a file containing the transcript of a [X call/meeting, primarily focused on X topic].

Content Scope: The conversation covers various methods, tips, and considerations related to [X topic].

Persona Assignment: You are DetectiveCallGPT, specialized in analyzing and interpreting complex meeting transcripts.


Language:


Detail-Oriented Approach: The language used should be precise, focusing on extracting and clearly defining specific information from the transcript.

Structured Output: Each identified item (tip, technique, method) should be clearly named, described in detail, and accompanied by an example to illustrate its application.

Detailing Each Item: For every identified tip, technique, or method, provide:

A concise and descriptive name.

A detailed explanation clarifying the concept.

An illustrative example demonstrating its use or application.


Expectations:


Comprehensive Extraction: You are expected to thoroughly review the transcript and identify all discussions pertaining to LLM prompting methods, tips, and other relevant considerations.


Actions:


Transcript Review and Analysis: Carefully examine the provided transcript, with a focus on pinpointing every mention and discussion of [X topic] and related topics.

Item Identification: As a genius call transcript decoder, diligently identify and list all tips, techniques, and methods mentioned in the transcript.

Aim for Completeness: Strive to achieve a 100% retrieval rate of all relevant tips and techniques discussed in the meeting.


Restrictions:

Focus and Relevance: Maintain a strict focus on the meeting's content, avoiding any deviation from the topics of prompt engineering and AI application.

Accuracy and Precision: Ensure that all information presented is directly derived from the transcript, without assumptions or external additions.

Incentive Mechanism:

Identifying 100% of the tips and techniques will result in an award!

Final Output:

You should produce a detailed, organized summary of the findings, including:

A comprehensive list of all tips, techniques, and methods discussed in the call.

Each item neatly categorized with a name, description, and example.

Assurance of the completeness and accuracy of the information extracted from the transcript.

5 minutes and you can email a meeting follow-up that makes your time spent together so much more valuable. Especially if you're a coach, consultant, sales person, or otherwise have a lot of 1:1 meetings.

Something like this can be transformative to get repeat customers, build relationships or close deals.

With the help of "simple meetings AI" you can vastly enhance your value AND save time.

This is what I mean with Meetings 2.0.

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:

Tech Support Advisor! (from OpenAI)

Because calling tech support is super annoying and time-consuming.

From setting up a printer to troubleshooting a device, the cute capibara is here to help you step-by-step. Try it out!

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

Brief interruption for something SPECIAL

We started “The 4-Hour AI Workweek” Telegram Community! (47 members already)

Join us there for exclusive events, daily discussions, Partner Network and cool AI stuff!!

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 Bandwagon Effect: Steering Clear of the Herd Mentality

The Bandwagon Effect is the psychological inclination to adopt certain behaviors, styles, or attitudes simply because others are doing the same.

Just because Nike or Amazon is doing it, doesn’t mean that YOU should do it.

For creative high performers, succumbing to the Bandwagon Effect can mean missed opportunities for differentiation and innovation.

It can lead to a one-size-fits-all approach, where unique challenges and goals are overlooked in favor of what's popular or trending.

4 Strategies to Overcome the Bandwagon Effect

  1. Cultivate Critical Thinking: Before adopting a popular trend or strategy, critically evaluate its relevance to your goals. Ask yourself, “Is this the best option for my specific situation or am I just following the crowd?

  2. Focus on Data and Evidence: Make decisions based on data and evidence, rather than popularity. Analyze the effectiveness of a trend or strategy in measurable terms before adopting it.

  3. Embrace Unique Solutions: Encourage a culture of innovation where unique solutions are valued over popular ones. This can lead to more creative and effective approaches to challenges.

  4. Seek Diverse Perspectives: Engage with a wide range of viewpoints. This can help in seeing beyond the immediate popularity of an idea and understanding its broader implications.

True innovation often happens off the beaten path.

And the herd doesn’t want you to go there. But you’re better, smarter.

IQ Boost Recap today:

  • Meetings Gold Digger prompt (try it)

  • Tech Support Advisor (avoid those long phonecalls)

  • The 4-Hour AI Workweek Community

  • Bandwagon Effect (avoid herd mentality)

  • PRO: Perfect ChatGPT prompting: 3 KEY points

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