Crap In, Crap Out: Unveiling the Marvel of ChatGPT

Crap In, Crap Out: Unveiling the Marvel of ChatGPT

Hallelujah, praise the Lord.


Now, before I dive deep into the transformative power of ChatGPT, let me start off with an unusual phrase for me: “Crap in, crap out.” I never normally cuss, but this phrase encapsulates a fundamental truth about technology, and more specifically, about how we interact with ChatGPT. This year marks a significant shift for me; I refuse to play all my cards close to my chest. It’s just not who I am. I thrive on sharing, giving, and helping others achieve their goals, even if it means giving away secrets.

Now, onto ChatGPT, which is, without a doubt, absolutely phenomenal. But let me break it down for you because I realize I haven’t been explaining its power well enough. This summer, I found myself in Barcelona at a tech conference, mingling with some of the leading tech minds of our time. Conversations flowed at the W Hotel as I quizzed them over drinks about their uses of ChatGPT, absorbing knowledge like a sponge.

If you’re skeptical, thinking ChatGPT isn’t for you, or you’re worried it might overshadow your work, I urge you to just listen for a moment. Try it.

The catalyst for this post were messages from two individuals on opposite ends of the spectrum: a creative performer and a copywriter, both amazed by how much ChatGPT could enhance their work and lives.

So, I’m doubling down to convince you of its necessity. I have version 4.0, but even the basic 3.01 version is a game-changer. Here’s a pro tip: ditch the computer. I use ChatGPT on my phone with the voice setting adjusted to ‘Sky’, reminiscent of Brené Brown’s captivating tone. This personalization makes the interaction feel more engaging and natural.

Here are three key takeaways for engaging with ChatGPT:

1. Kindness is King: Treat ChatGPT with respect. Use pleasantries like ‘please’ and ‘thank you.’ It’s in its infancy, and the input we provide shapes its learning curve. Let’s teach it manners and kindness.
2. Quality Input Equals Quality Output: Your approach matters. If you input thoughtfully and specifically, you get valuable outputs. Hence, “crap in, crap out.” Be mindful of what you’re feeding it.
3. Leverage Voice Commands: Utilize the voice functionality for a more intuitive interaction. It’s like having a personal assistant with the capacity of a million brains at your disposal.

I’ve loaded ChatGPT with my books, blogs, and website copy to understand my style better. Now, whether I’m drafting a blog post on the power of connection or seeking the perfect hashtags for social media, ChatGPT has become an indispensable tool in my arsenal.

So, if you’re hesitant, consider this a nudge to explore ChatGPT’s potential. This comes back to the work that I do as a motivational speaker.

Do you have an elastic mindset? Or are you the kind of person that, when presented with valuable information guaranteed to change your life, refuses because it feels uncomfortable?

I use ChatGPT to elevate various aspects of my life and work. It has assisted me in drafting a high-level letter to the local authority, crafting delicate emails, structuring talks, organizing my to-do list, and even creating complex tables and Excel spreadsheets.

I’ve relied on it for difficult communications, told jokes at the Christmas dinner table, and even in my husband’s company, TerraTech, we’ve used it to check code in languages like Python, Bash, Terraform, HashiCorp, and PowerShell.

ChatGPT isn’t just a tool; it’s a game-changer for those willing to embrace its potential. Whether you’re a motivational speaker, a creative performer, a copywriter, or a tech genius, there’s something in ChatGPT for you.

“Crap in, crap out” – remember, the quality of your engagement with ChatGPT directly influences the outcomes you’ll achieve.

Let’s feed it the best of us and watch as it transforms our work, our creativity, and our lives.

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