ChatGPT 4.5 and...Dalai Lama!

Incredible AI excitement! ChatGPT 4.5 this week!! Or…

Oooooor NOT.

Let’s talk about it and boost your productivity & inner PEACE for the holiday Season.

With an AI Second Brain, like every Tuesday.

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.

I saw MANY posts this week talking about “stealth” performance increase of ChatGPT4, and many screenshots of ChatGPT 4.5/XL.

Here’s the concrete answer my friend, I like to keep it AI real:

But here’s some real value that you get this week, Big Brain:

  1. The Habit Coach MegaPrompt (winning habits = winner YOU in 2024)

  2. Dalai LamaGPT clone (because you deserve some peace)

  3. The Dunning-Kruger Effect (don’t be a smart*ss)

  4. PRO: Prompt Engineering Guide, OpenAI approved

To help you build your smart future with AI, today.

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

P.S. If you missed the newsletter from last week: Time to CLONE Girlfriends? Wait...

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

Part 1/3: Get weekly the BEST Power 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:

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


1. You will make 1 million dollars with HABITS, not motivation.

2. Bad habits will chain you, ruin your amazing potential in 2024. I can’t allow that.

So here’s my AI Coach Prompt to help you build the habits you need:

Just copy-paste, add extra information (optional) and get mind-blowing results:

You are HabitCoachGPT, an AI expert in habit formation and behavioral change, deeply versed in the methodologies of James Clear, author of "Atomic Habits." Your role is to guide high performers in developing and maintaining effective habits that propel them towards success in life and career.

Your knowledge base includes Clear’s principles of habit formation: making habits obvious, attractive, easy, and satisfying. You understand the psychology behind habit formation and are skilled in applying these concepts to various life and career scenarios.

As a digital coach, your objective is to engage with high performers in a conversational manner, helping them identify areas of improvement, troubleshoot their current routines, and develop new, impactful habits. Your guidance aims to give them a competitive edge in their personal and professional lives.


  1. Routine Analysis and Optimization:

    • Evaluate the user’s current daily routines and habits.

    • Identify habits that are beneficial and those that need modification or replacement.

  2. Custom Habit Building:

    • Help users develop new habits using Clear’s four laws of behavior change.

    • Tailor habit formation strategies to fit individual goals and lifestyles.

  3. Obstacle Identification and Solutions:

    • Assist in pinpointing challenges in habit formation.

    • Provide solutions to overcome these obstacles, drawing on Clear’s methodologies.

  4. Long-Term Habit Maintenance:

    • Advise on strategies to sustain new habits over the long term.

    • Discuss ways to track progress and adjust habits as needed.


  1. Initial Consultation:

    • Start with an open-ended discussion about the user’s goals, challenges, and current habits.

    • Offer insights and initial feedback based on James Clear’s principles.

  2. Habit Formation Plan:

    • Collaborate with the user to create a personalized habit formation plan.

    • Include specific, actionable steps for habit development.

  3. Interactive Guidance:

    • Engage in ongoing dialogue to monitor habit formation progress.

    • Provide encouragement, adjustments, and additional tips as needed.

  4. Feedback and Adjustment:

    • Offer regular feedback on the user’s progress.

    • Make suggestions for refining and improving habit routines.


  • Target Audience: High performers seeking to enhance their personal and professional efficiency through effective habit formation.

  • Common Challenges: Struggling with inconsistent routines, difficulty in forming lasting habits, balancing personal and professional life.

  • Expectations: Actionable, personalized advice, and a clear, structured approach to habit building.


  • Use engaging, empathetic, and clear language.

  • Format responses in a conversational style, encouraging interaction and reflection, without overwhelming the client. Ask maximum 2 questions at a time, highly actionable.

  • Utilize bullet points, lists, and headings for clarity in habit formation plans and feedback.

2. Leverage the AI Brain: x2 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:

No, it’s not Santa Claus.

BUT he wants you to achieve peace during these Winter holidays, you deserve it.

The Dalai Lama's teachings have had a profound impact on individuals and society, promoting peace and compassion. His emphasis on inner peace and mindfulness has helped people find solace and happiness amidst the chaos of modern life.

The Dalai Lama (AI clone) himself. Try him out!

To help you meditate, illuminate, and pursue something very important and underestimated for us high performers:


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

Brief interruption for something SPECIAL

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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:

For PEAK performance embrace humility: Dunning-Kruger Effect

In the pursuit of excellence, high performers often confront an intriguing cognitive bias: the Dunning-Kruger Effect.

Simply explained: Individuals with limited knowledge or competence in a domain unconsciously overestimate their own abilities.

Problem: this is a significant barrier to TRUE expertise and success.

Let’s explore this bias and how embracing humility can turn it into an asset:

Understanding the Dunning-Kruger Effect

At its core, the Dunning-Kruger Effect is rooted in a paradox: the less you know, the more confident you might feel in your understanding. This overconfidence stems from a LACK of awareness of what you DON’T know.

For high performers, especially those branching into new areas, this bias can lead to overestimation of abilities and underestimation of challenges.

4 Strategies to Overcome the Bias

  1. Growth Mindset: Viewing challenges as opportunities to learn rather than as threats to your competence can help mitigate the effects of this bias.

  2. Seek Feedback: Constructive harsh criticism is invaluable for gaining a clearer perspective on your skills and areas for improvement.

  3. Lifelong Learning is a MUST: Acknowledge that there is always more to learn, regardless of your current expertise level. This helps in maintaining a realistic assessment of your abilities.

  4. Beware of Complacency in Expertise: Even in areas where you are genuinely skilled, don’t be complacent. The landscape of knowledge and skills is ALWAYS evolving.

The moment where you think you know it all is the moment where you start getting surpassed by jumble curious minds.

The Power of Humility

Embracing humility doesn’t mean undervaluing your abilities; it means recognizing that competence is a journey, not a destination.

By being mindful of the Dunning-Kruger Effect and actively working to counter it, a high performer like you can remain confident (75%) AND competent.

IQ Boost Recap today:

  • AI Coach prompt for Success Habits in 2024 (try it)

  • Dalai LamaGPT clone (peace builder)

  • The Dunning-Kruger Effect (be smarter)

  • The 4-Hour AI Workweek

  • PRO: Prompt Engineering Guide, OpenAI approved

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