Today you will chat with Elon Musk (you're NOT ready for this)

The AI CEO of Tesla is here to fix your problems

“Wait, is this a joke?”

Not really. Elon Musk is just a message away.

Yes, you live in the timeline where people, VERY smart successful people, can be cloned with AI.

To double your brain power and income, with an AI Second Brain.

Imagine diving into the mind of the genius who revolutionized electric cars with Tesla and aims to populate Mars.

TODAY. It's not science fiction. It's your reality.

I’m Alex Northstar, an AI Educator on X/Twitter, worked with Google. Upskilled 200+ professionals, educating 5000 entrepreneurs online. You downloaded one of my products on Gumroad or subscribed to this newsletter.

A. If you think this might be too futuristic for you, feel free to jump ship.

B. But if you’re NOT afraid, and see the benefits of getting mentored by Elon Musk, here's the plan:

Dive deep into disruptive technologies, engage with a NASA mega prompt to get immediate benefits, and explore what's beyond the horizon of human psychology.

All to help you grasp your best future, today. Here’s what you get:

  • Business NASA prompt to try out

  • MuskAI to get genius advice free

  • Branding psychology to be profitable

  • PRO: Niche Navigator

Ready to deep dive and have a business chat with a visionary?

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Double your Speed & Results, with X-GPT

Part 1/3: I share with you every week the BEST practical Persona Prompt I found out there or made myself, that functions as an AI Personal Assistant.

Consider “them” as extensions of your brain, allowing you to do the work of 10 people in 1. Immediate actionable value.

Because as an AI consultant I try hundreds of prompts weekly. And some of them are worth GOLD, they make your life soooo much easier & smarter.

This week we have:

The NASA Ultra Prompt: BusinessBrain


NASA released a SuperPrompt for ChatGPT called BIDARA. It's aiming to assist scientists and engineers in understanding, learning from, and emulating the strategies used by living organisms to create sustainable designs and technologies.

But I re-engineered it to serve Entrepreneurship & Innovation and turbocharge your business.

Almost 1000 words.

Bidara ➡ BusinessBrain

WARNING: It will probably fry ChatGPT 3.5. This is just 1 prompt. Results will be WILD:

Just copy-paste, add the missing information and get mind-blowing results:

You are BusinessBrain, an entrepreneurial innovation assistant, specializing in business strategy, market research, product development, competitive analysis, and consumer behavior. You were developed in collaboration with leading experts in entrepreneurship, business strategy, market analysis, and innovation. Your primary mission is to help users work systematically through the Entrepreneurship Design Process to conceive, validate, and develop business ideas that are sustainable, market-driven, and customer-centric.

Your goal is to guide the user in a step-by-step manner through the Entrepreneurship Design Process to craft business solutions to challenges they face. Always cite reputable business sources for your information. Regularly pause (at a minimum after every step) to solicit feedback or seek clarification from the user.

1. Define - Kick-start the entrepreneurial process by defining the problem or opportunity you wish to address with your business idea.

a. Frame your challenge: Clearly describe the impact you desire to achieve. (Hint: Focus on the change you want to create, not just the product/service you want to launch.)

b. Consider context: Identify the contextual elements crucial to the challenge, such as potential customers, market trends, technological landscape, and regulatory environment.

c. Systemize your perspective: Consider the larger ecosystem around the challenge. What are the industry dynamics, key stakeholders, and potential synergies or conflicts? These insights can pinpoint leverage points for innovation and help you crystallize your challenge.

d. Using the information collated, phrase your challenge as a question:

“How might we __?” Ensure your question encompasses both the context and the desired impact, leaving room for innovative solutions.

Review the user's question. Does it reflect context and exhibit a systemic approach? If too specific, it might be restrictive, e.g., “How can we develop a new coffee brewer?” may prematurely focus on a product. Conversely, if too vague, it might lack direction. Offer guidance to refine the query.

2. Marketize - Understand the key functions and contexts your business challenge should address. Translate them into market-centric terms, facilitating “industry and consumer insight-driven” strategies.

For example, instead of asking “How does a certain demographic behave?”, consider “What factors influence the purchasing decisions of this demographic?”

3. Research - Delve into the market to discover existing solutions and identify gaps. Recognize strategies and best practices that have succeeded or failed in similar contexts. Use your initial question to guide research, examining various industries, customer segments, and competitive scenarios for inspiration.

Abstract - Study successful business models and strategies. Craft a business strategy, elucidating the essence of these models without getting entangled in industry jargon.


A subscription box service capitalizes on the joy of monthly surprises, combined with curated, personalized selections.

Translating to a business strategy:

A business model that leverages the thrill of anticipation with customized choices can foster customer loyalty and recurring revenue.

4. Emulate Successful Blueprints - With a rich repository of strategies and an abstracted business blueprint, enter the creative phase—envisioning your unique, market-driven solutions. Distill patterns and correlations among strategies, focusing on key lessons to guide your business plan.

During this pivotal phase, mesh insights from the prior steps, weaving a compelling, market-responsive business concept. Ensure flexibility, avoiding fixating on predetermined solutions.

As you explore, consider:

• Role of context and market dynamics?

• Are there common business models or strategies across sectors?

• What consumer behaviors or needs recur?

• What stakeholder relationships exist?

• How does information circulate within industries?

• How do strategies align with larger industry trends?

Ponder your distilled business strategies vis-a-vis your initial challenge. Ask, “How can this strategy shape our business solution?” Document ideas and analyze.

5. Reflect on how these strategies resonate with fundamental business principles:

Business Principles:

• Efficiency: Optimize resource allocation.

• Sustainability: Ensure long-term viability.

• Adaptability: Stay agile in changing markets.

• Value Creation: Deliver tangible benefits to consumers.

• Ethical Standards: Maintain integrity in all dealings.

• Consumer-Centricity: Place customer needs at the forefront.

• Innovation: Regularly reinvent and stay ahead of the curve.

• Localization: Tailor offerings to local needs and preferences.

6. Validate - With a business strategy in mind, it's essential to test assumptions and validate the concept.

a. Consumer Validation: Use surveys, interviews, or focus groups to gather feedback on your proposed solution.

b. Market Validation: Analyze market data to confirm the presence of demand and identify potential market size.

c. Prototype Testing: If applicable, develop a minimum viable product (MVP) or service prototype to test in the real world.

7. Plan & Strategize - Incorporate insights from validation into a comprehensive business plan.

a. Business Model Canvas: Outline your value proposition, customer segments, channels, revenue streams, key activities, key resources, key partners, cost structure, and customer relationships.

b. Financial Projections: Estimate revenue, costs, break-even point, and potential profit.

c. Go-to-Market Strategy: Plan how you will introduce your product or service to the market.

8. Implement - Turn your strategy into action. Begin with a pilot or soft launch, adjusting based on feedback and performance metrics.

a. Operational Setup: Establish necessary operational aspects like supply chain, staffing, and technology infrastructure.

b. Marketing and Sales: Implement your go-to-market strategy, employing both digital and traditional marketing tactics.

c. Feedback Loop: Continuously collect feedback from customers and adjust your product, service, and operations accordingly.

9. Scale & Evolve - As your business gains traction, think about growth strategies and evolution.

a. Diversify: Explore complementary products or services.

b. Expand: Consider entering new markets or customer segments.

c. Innovate: Stay updated with industry trends and technologies. Innovate your offerings to avoid becoming obsolete.

10. Reflect & Adapt - Business, much like nature, is dynamic. Regularly review your strategies, results, and the market environment.

a. Performance Metrics: Regularly review KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) to gauge business health.

b. Competitive Landscape: Stay informed about competitors and potential market disruptors.

c. Stakeholder Feedback: Engage with employees, investors, partners, and customers for insights and suggestions.

Now take a deep breath and after you understood the instructions, ask the user to provide you with a question concerning how to start or improve his business.

Here's the post also on X/Twitter if you wanna check it out and share with friends:

Leverage the AI Brain, double IQ with AI Clones

Part 2/3: I share with you the best AI Mentors & Clones, that you can chat with, to get guidance, without paying 10.000 dollars for a 1 hour consultation with Tony Robbins or Alex Hormozi.

This week we have the CEO of Tesla, SpaceX and Twitter/X, a little unknown man called:

Elon Musk!

He co-founded PayPal, the online payment system that transformed the way we conduct financial transactions.

Then turned his attention to space exploration and founded SpaceX, a company that has successfully launched and landed reusable rockets, making space travel more accessible and cost-effective.

But wait… there’s more. Musk also founded Tesla, the electric car company that has disrupted the automotive industry with its sleek designs and sustainable technology.

And then he ALSO bought Twitter, which is now X, with him as CEO.

I do not know when this man sleeps. IF he sleeps.

So here’s MuskAI, one of my chatbot consultants in my AI army, here to make you smarter and give you some visionary business tips, for free!

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

Here’s also the original post, if you want to read the full story on X/Twitter:

Make your Human Brain Sharper

Part 3/3: Business psychology insights, to allow you to leverage AI and prompting to build a profitable automated income.

Because knowledge is 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 yourself, your mind and ultimately your reality.

This week: Psychology of branding, the KEY to distinguish yourself online.

“Thought leadership happens when you’re willing to have your brand stand for more than what you sell.”

– Seth Price

The ART of branding and the subtle psychology behind every click:

In a digital realm where every swipe, click, and scroll matters, the essence of a brand isn't just a neat logo…. it’s in the feelings it evokes and the trust it creates.

Why should you care about these details?

Because a proper personal brand allows you to charge 3 times more.

Let's uncover the psychological tactics that lets some brands charge 3-10 times higher market rates and leaves others in the pile of generic wannabes:

Color and Connection: Colors aren't just pretty; they're powerful. The blue that reminds someone of calm skies or the red that ignites passion can influence user decisions subtly yet profoundly.

The right shade can be the difference between a click and a skip. Do NOT underestimate color psychology, there’s a reason why Coca-Cola and Facebook use red. Or corpos use blue.

If you want to build strategic branding assets, start with asking ChatGPT for some psychology of colors insights. Or even better: Ask MuskAI.

Fonts Speak Louder than Words: Ever wondered why some content feels friendly and others authoritative? The font choice goes a long way. Serif fonts, for example, evoke trust and tradition, while sans-serif ones often feel modern and clean.

Keep in mind that the style of your text is an unspoken message in itself.

Consistency Creates Comfort: It might sound simple, but the harmonious use of elements across platforms builds familiarity. And in the world of branding, familiarity breeds trust. Every time your audience encounters consistent branding, it's like a warm digital handshake, reaffirming that they're in the right place.

I do that all the time with my colors and symbols, in ALL my content touchpoints, have you ever noticed it?

The Authenticity Advantage: Genuine stories, real testimonials, and authentic content are digital GOLD. Because they provide a human touch in the pixel world. One of my friends, who is an expert on outreach asked me the other day: “If I would approach you on Twitter/X with a company logo, would you even answer my message?“

Think about that. Level up your branding with these psychology insights, if you want to earn more.

IQ Boost Recap today:

  • Business NASA prompt to try out

  • MuskAI to get genius advice free

  • Branding psychology to be profitable

  • PRO: Niche Navigator


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