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ChatGPT Masterclass: The Guide to AI & Prompt Engineering

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.



    • 2.

      ChatGPT Explained


    • 3.

      How to Use ChatGPT


    • 4.

      Prompt Engineering Explained


    • 5.

      Prompt Framework


    • 6.

      Prompt Priming


    • 7.



    • 8.

      Act As


    • 9.

      4th Grader


    • 10.

      Follow-up Questions


    • 11.



    • 12.

      Teach Me


    • 13.

      Write Like Me


    • 14.

      Ask for Advice


    • 15.

      Advanced Prompt Engineering


    • 16.

      Blog Post Articles


    • 17.

      Creative Writing


    • 18.

      Educational Content


    • 19.

      Summarizing Articles & Documents


    • 20.

      Generating Research Ideas


    • 21.

      Fact Checking & Validating Information


    • 22.

      Information Curation


    • 23.

      Discussion Initiator


    • 24.

      Goal Setting & Tracking


    • 25.

      Learning New Skills & Topics


    • 26.

      Enhancing Communication Skills


    • 27.

      Find Cooking Recipes


    • 28.

      Financial Planning Assistance


    • 29.

      Career Transition Strategy


    • 30.

      Streamlining Workflows


    • 31.

      Prioritizing & Scheduling


    • 32.

      Task Delegation


    • 33.

      Time Blocking


    • 34.

      Resume & Cover Letter Writing


    • 35.

      Effective Job Search Strategies


    • 36.

      Interview Preparation


    • 37.

      Salary Negotiation Techniques


    • 38.

      Personal Branding & Networking


    • 39.

      ChatGPT in Education


    • 40.

      ChatGPT in Coding & Web Development


    • 41.

      ChatGPT in Personal Life


    • 42.

      ChatGPT in Nutriton & Healthy Eating


    • 43.

      ChatGPT in Event Planning


    • 44.

      The Future of ChatGPT Explained


    • 45.

      Everyday Life


    • 46.

      Job Market


    • 47.



    • 48.



    • 49.

      AI Competitors


    • 50.

      Thank You


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About This Class

Welcome to the ChatGPT Masterclass!

This ChatGPT Masterclass: The Guide to AI & Prompt Engineering is your all-access pass to the future of AI.

Here's Your Learning Journey:

  • Understanding & Mastering ChatGPT: You’ll get a deep understanding of AI and language models, focusing on ChatGPT. We've designed this section to turn this complex tool into something easy to understand and master.

  • Practicing & Applying ChatGPT: You'll go beyond theory. With hands-on exercises, we'll help you transform your understanding into skill, enabling you to produce amazing content in record time.

  • Art of Prompt Engineering: This is where you'll learn how to command AI, crafting effective prompts that draw out the precise responses you need from ChatGPT. It's a game-changer.

  • ChatGPT in the Real World: Here’s where theory meets practice. We'll explore diverse applications of ChatGPT in your everyday personal and professional life, showing you how to revolutionize everything from writing to research.

  • Career Transformation with AI: We’ll give you the tools to catapult your career into the future, using AI to gain a competitive edge in job applications, networking, and more.

Why You Can't Afford to Miss This Course:

In the digital era, AI mastery isn't optional—it's critical. This course isn’t just about learning a tool; it’s about gearing up for the future. By embracing the power of Chat GPT by OpenAI, you'll position yourself at the forefront of the AI revolution.

Who Should Enroll?

You. Whether you're an AI enthusiast, a professional looking to upscale skills, a content creator, a marketer, or a student, this course is for anyone who wants to be on the winning side of the AI-dominated era.

We look forward to seeing you inside the course!


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1. Introduction: Welcome to chat GPT, masterclass, the ultimate course that dives deep into the world of AI driven it takes generation in this comprehensive course will take you through a journey through the fascinating world of chat GPT, exploring everything from mastering the tool itself to the art of prompt engineering, you'll learn how to create compelling content which had GPT and how it can revolutionize your research and information synthesis discovered the endless possibilities for personal and professional development, as well as how chat TBT can boost your productivity and time management skills. See firsthand how ai technology is reshaping the business world and opening doors to new opportunities. Fun fact, this entire video script was created using chat GPT. Just imagine what you can achieve by mastering this powerful tool. We're committed to helping you stay ahead of the curve in this futuristic era. So join us as we explored the groundbreaking potential of chat GPT together and become a pioneer in AI driven content creation. Don't miss out on this opportunity to embrace the future of AI and takes generation click the enroll button. Now, let's embark on this exciting adventure together, your future starts today 2. ChatGPT Explained: So what exactly is Chad GPT? Well, basically chatty putty is a type of computer program known as a language model. It understands human language and can generate texts just like a person would. This ability let it perform a range of tasks from business planning to summarizing complex documents, translating languages, and even making creative pieces such as poetry and science fiction novels. But how does it accomplish these tasks? The secret lysine a concept called machine-learning. This is a way of teaching a computer to learn from data information, very much like we learn from experience. So chatty PET has learned from a huge amount of text information taken from the internet. It doesn't really understand what it reads, but it remembers how words and sentences fit together in patterns. So if you start a sentence, it can guess what might come next because it has seen similar sentences before, making it up. Powerful tool for generating human-like responses. But sometimes it might guess wrong, because after all, it's only just guessing based on what it has seen before, not because it truly understands what it's saying. Chat DBT is important because it changes the way we use technology. Think of it as a digital assistant that can help both people and businesses in different ways. It can talk to customers, create articles or blogs, translate different languages, help with scheduling, answer common questions, and even helping teaching. And the best part is that it can work in non-stop all day, every day and every night. This allows you to handle jobs that are repetitive, which lets people concentrate on more creative tasks and solving more important problems. However, it is important to be aware of some of the challenges that comes with chat GPT. While it's excellent at generating human-like texts, it can sometimes give inaccurate or misleading information. That is because it doesn't understand information like we do. It only recognizes patterns. And there can also be issues related to copyright. It might reproduce takes that looks a bit too similar to its training data. But remember, every tool has its strengths and its limitations. And in this course, we will help you navigate It's incredible potential, but also handle these limitations responsibly. So in the next lecture already, we are going to get started and learn how to properly use this amazing tool. See you in the next lecture. 3. How to Use ChatGPT: Welcome back. So now that you know what chat GPT is and how it works, theoretically, it's time to learn how it works practically. Let's jump right in. So we're going to start off by going to chat dot open This link will also be in the resources. If you already have an account, just go ahead and click on Login. If you're brand new and click on Sign Up, It's completely free, it's super-fast and I'll see you inside. So once you're in chat, DBT is rather minimalistic and very easy to use. But with that said, we're still going to go through its different features interface and how to best use it. Let's start off by going to the left. The most basic and important thing to know about is how to start a new chat. We're gonna go to the upper left corner and click on new chat. And this is gonna give me two different versions that I can use is going to be chatty. But T3 point 5.4, if you just signed up, you are not going to have different versions to use. And that is because I am using the plus version of chat GBT. The plus version means that I have access to a slightly smarter version of chat DBT, and that costs $20 per month if you're worried about having to sign up and pay that price to use these cores. Rest assured, you don't. Everything we do in this course, every single prompt that you will learn worked 100 per cent with the free version of chat GPT. And while the free version currently is 3.5 and the plus version is for in the future, those numbers are just going to go up, but rest assured, this course won't be outdated. It just means that everything you learn in this course, we'll use work even better with a smarter AI. So what is the difference? Well, first of all, the free version of chatty PT is much faster but slightly less accurate than chatty. Chatty B24 is about 60% more. Then 3.5, which means that for complex tasks, it is going to do a better job at creating more unique essays, do some better formatting, and just have more human personality than the free version. But with that said, Chad CPT4 is slower. Let me show you how these work differently. Let's start off with the 3.5 version. I'm going to start off by giving it some basic instructions. I'm gonna write, write a 500 words article on Napoleon Hill. Hit Enter. And as you can see, it's going to create this article incredibly quickly. So that literally just took a couple of seconds and we're getting all this massive amounts of data. Now I'm gonna go ahead and start a new chat by clicking up here, use CPT4. So I'm going to use the exact same instructions, right? If 500 word article and Napoleon Hill. And now notice how much slower chat GPT for is. You're going to notice that the wordings that it used is going to be much more unique, much more human-like, and overall be more creative, also factually, more accurate, but it takes a longer time to get the text done. I'm going to let this one finished so you can check it out if you want to compare the results from the two, I'm going to scroll through the chat CPT4 version. You can just pause this lecture and read through it. That's all. And then I'm going to move back to the third version. I'm going to scroll through these, pause this lecture if you want to read it. And you're probably going to notice that the wordings are very different, but the results in both cases are amazing. With that said, even if you're using the plus version, I still recommend that if you have smaller and very quick and easy task, as you want to get done, use the three-point five version because it's just much faster. Not everything needs to mega mind of chatty B24 to get accomplished. So once you get the response, there are two things you can do. The first thing is if you don't like the response that you have gotten, you can actually edit the instructions that you have written by hovering your mouse over what you have written and going to the right-clicking there, you can add in more instructions or remove everything and give something completely new. Let's say that I think this is too long. I instead, I decided I want it to be about 200 words. So I'm gonna do right 200 words article on Napoleon Hill and click on Save and Submit. Now it's going to redo that entire piece of text and we're going to get a new result. And here is the new article. The history is still saved if I still want to access the previous response and see what the previous instructions where I can just go ahead and hover my mouse to the left of my logo. And then you can see it now says two. If I click on this here, we can still see the original instructions and the original response. Again, I can just head back to the latest one. Now, if I don't like the response that chat DBT has given me, but I still find that my instructions are spot on. I just want the new version of it. I just go down and click on regenerate response. And then what's going to happen? We are going to get a new response from chatty beauty. And here it is. And if you want to access the previous response, you just go to the left of chatty PTs logo here and you click on this arrow, here is the previous answer. Here's the latest answer. And once again, if I go back on my instructions, you're going to notice that there is no two options here because we only did one response is if I click on regenerate response here, then I could scroll through the multiple responses chat DBT generates. But here there's only one response. And in the latest instructions here, there are two responses. So in this way, all of the history of all your readings and everything is always saved in a conversation. So if you get lost in all of your data and say, Oh, I had a really good instruction, What was it? Well, you can scroll up and you can start looking through what it was in order to use it again. So looking over to the left, you're going to notice that we have now two different conversations here. In order to organize all the different conversations, all you have to do is hover your mouse over and click on the little pen button here. I'm going to call this Napoleon Hill, our decoder GPT for you, so I know what it is. And then I'm going to choose this one and I'm going to call this Napoleon Hill article, GPT-3, 0.5. So this way I'm able to organize every conversation that I have. Wechat, TBT, when should you keep going on the same conversation and when should you be creating a new one? It is all about the topic that you are writing about. Whenever you're staying within the same topic, you should keep the conversation in there. So jumping back here, if I wanted to continue writing on Napoleon Hill, I would keep this conversation going until I have my article on Napoleon Hill. So in conclusion, every conversation should have a specific topic, stay within that topic. This is important because chat DPT remembers your data. And whenever I start a new conversation by clicking on a new chat, we start from a blank slate. So remember that one topic, one chat and keep everything in there. So scrolling down, the only additional thing to know about chat GPT is interface, is that you can click on your account name here and you have a couple of things to explore. You have the help and FAQ if there's any questions about chat GPT itself, e.g. there would be in a billing issues if you're a plus user, all of that input would be in here. You can clear your conversations by clicking here, but you can also clear them manually by going up and hover my mouse over. I can click on the trash can and then just click the check mark and that conversation will be deleted. I'm gonna do the same with this one and I click on the trash can and delete it. Just be careful because when you delete this information there's no getting it back, it will be gone. Then we have my plan. We are a plus member and that's currently $20 a month, that might change in the future. Again, you don't have to be a plus user in order to get the full benefit of chat GPT and the scores, that is just a bonus. Then we have settings. We can change the theme. We can use a light beam, which is naturally going to be light. I prefer to use the dark theme. We can clear all of the chats by clicking here. There are better features such as web browsing and plug-ins. Now, if I activate these two and then move over to GPT for the better features are only four plus members. I can access them by hovering my mouse over GLUT4 and then going down to browsing by using browsing chat TBT will have access to everything currently on the Internet. It's currently in better and it works very, very poorly. I don't recommend using it. Plug-ins, very similar if you click on plugins and then no plug-ins enabled plug-in store. You can choose a bunch of different plugins that can take chatty beauty to the next level. You can do Excel formulas actually written out for you can have Instacart, WeChat, DBT goes shopping for you. Once again, it is not in its full version, it is in the Beta version and it works very poorly in my experience right now, once it's released live, we will update the course and add these things in. But right now they're not really that useful in my opinion. And then at the bottom here we have data controls and I strongly recommend that you keep chat history and training on because that is where the value is of chat DBT, where it's learning all of the information about you in a specific information so that it can get smarter and it can help you more and more. That is why we stick to one topic per conversation. Then we can export all of our data. And here we can delete our account. With that said, it is good to know that currently chat GPS information is kept to September 2021, meaning it doesn't have the information available of the moderns times of what is going on right now. That will change quite soon too. And when it does change, we will update this course accordingly. But that is one of the limitations currently with chat Djibouti. And we will show you how to work around that and make it work to your advantage steel. So there are multiple ways of using chat DBT, and I'm going to show you some of the most effective ways. And we're gonna call them different modes of using chatty but t. And the first mode is the most obvious, is to Q and a mode. Basically, you ask a specific question and you get a specific answer. The more specific your question, the more specific the answer. Let's take an easy example. So I'm gonna go ahead and write, who was the 13th precedent of the United States? Hit Enter. So a specific question with a specific answer. Now, let's say that I wanted to take this a little bit further. I wanted to ask a completely different question. The first thing I'm gonna do because it's gonna be a different topic, is that I am going to name this so that I know what it is about. If I want to keep this, I'm going to call it the 13th precedent of the United States of America. And then I'm going to move up to new chat. And now I'm just going to write something a little bit more complicated. When did the industrial revolution happened and how has it influenced today's society? This is going to be interesting, and not only are we getting a factual thorough answer, but we're also getting an answer where it chatty but t is taking its pattern knowledge in taking it slightly further, e.g. the Second Industrial Revolution, also known as the technological revolution, happened from the late 19th century to the early 20th century, this face. So I'm major advancement in technology and infrastructure and it's going to take it further. So it's not being limited to the First Industrial Revolution. It's not being limited to only take a small piece of information. It takes the question and it looks at it broadly. We're getting a summary down here and at the end it says these are just a few ways that the Industrial Revolution Influenced modern society. It was a transformative period in human history and has shaped many aspects of the current world. But we begin to realize quickly is we have the most knowledgeable piece of intelligence in the world right in front of us that we can ask any question and it can give us any answer to. And these are just four questions in themselves. There are so many more modes that we can be using. Let's take a different example. I'm going to go and create a new chat other than use seeing questions, which we're going to call the question mode or the Q&A mode. We can also use an instructions mode, meaning we are gonna give chatty BT instructions you create or do something for us. Here's an example we could e.g. right, right. It's short poem about autumn, and this is a completely creative feature. Let's send it away. And here we have the answer and it's mind-boggling to think that even though chat DBT just sees patterns and doesn't understand the information, the creativity that it has access to is insane. If you think about it, seeing patterns and creating something completely new. This is an original piece of work and creating something that's brand new from all patterns. That is what we are doing with our brains as well. When we go to Google, we research information. We take information that we know and we create it into something new. It's just the chat DBT is doing that for us. Amazing. So as we start gathering up our conversations, we need to remember to keep things organized for the industrial revolution. We're going to call it Industrial Revolution. And later on in the course, I'm going to show you how to validate information and fact, check everything as well, whether you're using the free or the plus version, you need to know how to fact check the information that chat GPT gives you. It will not always be accurate and it will lie sometimes in makeup store is just to fit its own narrative. But I'm going to show you how to fact check all of that. And then here I'm going to give this a name for autumn poem. Wonderful. So let's take the instructions a little bit further and make it more complex. Give me the ingredients list together with instructions to cook if vegetarian and Lusaka. If you don't know what I'm most guys, it is a Greek dish and it's usually with meat in it. We're asking for a specific recipe and also for chat TBT to make it vegetarian. This is a very complex instruction to give. So let's see where it takes us. Here we're getting not only the results with the different ingredients for the different parts, but we're also getting instructions, instructions for the different parts, for the vegetable layer, for the lentil, solve for Becker male sauce, and also how to assemble it. And down here there's notices, please ensure all your ingredients are vegetarian friendly. Some cheese contains animal ran it. So you may need to find a more suitable alternative view or cooking for strict vegetarians, there is an enormous intelligence in all of these. And normally when you are finding information or say a cooking recipe, that is a one-sided information. You find the information, take it or leave it. But here you are in a conversation. So that means if you have questions, you can ask them. If you want to modify, you can modify it. We can e.g. say, make it for 20 portions. Maybe we're having a big party and then send it away. And here we are. We are getting a new recipe, or rather the same recipe, but now adjusted for 20 portions. We're even getting a small disclaimer, rather some tips in the beginning of the sets for a large group of 20 people, you would need to increase the quantities. Please keep in mind this. You will also need a larger baking dish or multiple standards size dishes for this volume of ingredients. So beyond instructions, we can also ask chat EBT to role-play. Now, the name is already vegetarian meals like a recipe in here, so that's good. So I'm gonna go and create a new chat. And now I'm going to ask a chat GPT-2, role-play a character. And these can be used for educational purposes. So you can have discussions with famous figures in order to try to get into their psyche more for creative endeavors or just for fun. Honestly, there's so many great things that can come from having chat, GPT, role-play, a character. It seems to have access to all of their work and can mimic the way they think and the way they act. Let me show you pretend you are Shakespeare and write a short dialogue. Now, naturally, we would expect chat GPT-2, right? Just like Shakespeare would, would this very old language. And let's see what we get. Looks pretty spot on so far. So unfortunately, I am not equipped for a poetic voice and a school to be reading too, but you can pause this lecture and read through it. Amazingly, it is truly copying the way that Shakespeare reads. And as we know, it's doing this by recognizing the patterns of the language from all of Shakespeare's work that it has access to. So let's take this even further. And now I'm going to call this shake spheres dialogue. Let's take this even further and create a new chat and make a slightly more complex roleplaying character. So I'm going to write, pretend you're Arnold Schwarzenegger, I'm about to go to the gym, but I'm feeling unmotivated given me an inspiring speech to motivate me and get me to work hard. And here we're getting a response in the true spirit of Arnold Schwarzenegger. It says, Listen to me now and believe me later, my friend. Remember when I said that the mind is the limit, as long as your mind can envision the fact, then you can do something, you can do it as long as you really believe 100%, this is where it gets interesting. I've seen it time and time again. I've seen it in my bodybuilding career. I've seen it in my acting career. I've seen it in my political career, but it all starts with the mind. So we're truly having the most intelligent bot in the world get into the mind of Arnold and give us a reply from Arnold's psyche based on everything he has. Ever created and we can use that to our advantage. Now I'm using it for motivation, but I could be asking Carl Jiang or Freud for psychological advice. I could be asking a philosopher for their ideas and thoughts. There is no limits in what you can achieve and dive into when you know what to ask, chatty beauty and other useful nor WeChat, GPT is having discussions. Discussions are so useful because it allows you to go deep into any subject and learn more things from a new perspective. You can also have a discussion with chat DBT to learn a language. You can have a discussion in order to practice discussing something. The applications are endless, but let's have a deeper look at this. I'm going to leave this called gene motivational speech, gonna go to new chat. And I'm going to start off by writing, let's discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on society. That's no small topic. Let's see. So here we have a great start off our discussion. It says artificial intelligence has the potential to dramatically impact society in both positive and negative ways. And it talks about the economic impact that health care dedication environment having a very sort of unbiased view. And of course there's a discussion. I'll just continue on and IS, what do you think will be the most problematic aspects of AI? Then we can keep going with this discussion. Our discussion continues with thoughtful responses like job displacement, automation and AR are expected to replace a substantial number of jobs over the next few decades while new jobs are also being expected to be created, we can continue the discussion. What sort of new jobs do you think AI will create? We can go on and on all day just talking about this subject as well. The discussion is very tempting to just go on and on and you can pause the lecture if you want to read through it. Let's continue exploring. I've clicked on a new chat here. I think the AI impact on society is a great name and now let's have a different discussion. Let's say I'm trying to learn French. A very basic discussion with me in French so that I may improve my French speaking skills and I'm going to send it away. So it starting off and it's having a simple conversation with me. It says Bonjour, common Sabah. Hello, how are you is even translating it for me and I don't really speak French, so this is difficult for me, but I am going to write Bn. I think that is, I'm good. How are you? I'm gonna send it away, continue this discussion to keep learning. So it's saying I'm an artificial intelligence models, so I don't have feelings but I'm ready to help you. What did you do today? We're already starting an interesting discussion. But what I did today is at the limit of my friends skills. But at any rate, you can keep having a discussion with chat. Tbt is giving questions to you and you can answer in that language. And if you're struggling, held me with our reply and then it says Sure, If you want to say I want to work, you can say I'm not going to try it, but it's helping me out. This is a fantastic way to learn new languages. Another amazing multi-use is simulation. You can simulate any scenario in order to practice it for the real-world. That could be a business negotiation, that could be a sales situation, that could be learning how to treat an angry customer. You can simulate those situations, WeChat, TBT, and literally get your practicing for the real-world. Let's take an example here, simulate a customer complaint about a late delivery. And here we're getting an example, email late delivery order 123456, urgent attention required and we're getting pretty angry message from a customer. And then we can just send our message and go back and forth and estimate what the reply will be with different approaches. And then we can transfer these skills for when we get actually angry customers if you are in that situation. So let's take an even more complex situation. Let's say simulate a house owner who I'm trying to negotiate a good deal on a real estate where we disagree on the price. He is hard, but a fair negotiator who wants to know less than $200,000 for the house and I'm not willing to go above $150,000. And here we're getting a simulated version where we get to see the owner's response. And here Chat TBT is actually answering for us, so we get to see it play out off the scenario. And you can pause this lecture and read through this. Now, let's say that, Okay, That's great. I have learned from this and I want to try it myself. We could continue by writing. Let me negotiate with you. You are the owner and I will be me, send it away. And it says Absolutely, I'd be happy to simulate the role of the homeowner for this negotiation. Please proceed with your opening proposal. So I'm writing I've seen the kitchen. It's things that renovation will already set me back $50,000. I cannot go over $150,000 for the property. So let's see what we're getting. Chat GBT will counter argument and then we keep going on and I can continue practicing my negotiation skills. Let's move on to the last mode. So the last mode is brainstorming. Brainstorming is an amazing tool to use WeChat DBT, where you can take any idea, any vague plan and have chats EBT, the row different ideas at you, whether that is extra points to add to your presentation. Maybe you have a start-up going. Maybe you are wondering something about your marketing strategy. Maybe you have a friend who is in trouble and you need some pointers on how to deal with this situation, whatever it might be, this is the next level brainstorming session. So let's start off with a rather simple instruction like this, brainstorm ideas for an eco-friendly startup. Let's see what we get. If you've ever been trying to create a startup, you will know what a goldmine this is looking at this zero weights, grocery delivery, recycled fashion, green construction, eco-friendly cleaning service, solar-powered charging stations, the creativity, mind-boggling, and best of all, this is your list based on the instructions that you have given chat TBT, It's unique to you. It is not going to be a search result in Google, the first one that everyone is reading, that everyone will be copying. This is unique to you. And finally, to show you the complexity the chat TBT is capable of, let's add in a lot more specificity and more contexts. And we're going to write for a brainstorming session, brainstorm ideas for a Shopify drop shipping store looking to sell a product within the price range of 20 to $60, I want the item to be durable, but also unique to limit competition. Let's see an amazingly, here is our results. You can pause the lecture and read through these. And if you want more, all you need to do is write given me more. That's the insanity of this, that it's just that simple. Asked for more and you will get more. So now you know how chatty BT works and so many different ways to use it in. If you look to the left, look at all of this that we have accomplished in just this short time that we've been spending together. Needless to say, there is an almost endless amount of ways to use chat GPT. The potential is beyond this world and we have gathered so much different data on so many different topics. And the craziest thing is this is just the beginning. Moving on in this course, you will learn about prompt engineering, where you will learn to ask the best questions in order to get the best answers. Prompt engineering is an art and it is a science. When you learn to truly angle your questions in the best way, your mind will be blown over the answers that you can get and the results that chat TBT can generate for you. Stay excited. See you in the next lecture. 4. Prompt Engineering Explained: Welcome to the prompt engineering section of the course, where you are going to learn to take your chat GPT skills to the next level. So first of all, what is prompt engineering? Well, prompt engineering is the process of crafting questions or tasks to chat GPT for helpful and accurate answers. In other words, prompt engineering is the art and science asking the best possible questions to get the best possible answers. So why is prompt engineering important when you could use be asking any question into chat you pitied because it will help you to create better prompts to help you with problem-solving, decision-making and learning. In other words, the better you are at crafting your questions, the better answers you will get, and the more time you will save the better articles you can write, the better task you can complete, the better emails you can send out anything you're currently doing which had GPT, will be improved by properly learning prompt engineering because once again, better questions, better answers, better results. So how do you create better prompts by being clear on what you want to know, to share specific information and provide context for better answers. And we're going to show you exactly what we mean by this throughout this section as you will get a bunch of good versus bad examples of prompt engineering. And this entire section is riddled with different techniques that you can start applying right away already in the next lecture, you will be getting a prompt framework that will allow you to write in exactly what your request is and fill in the blanks that were written out for you to gather whatever information that you need to know simply by writing in the different blanks in the framework. It's basically like a cheat sheet for chat GPT to ensure that you will always get the answer that you need for your queries. And then you will learn all the most important prompt engineering techniques such as iteration, the ability to give chat GPT more context based on the output it has given you to make the answers more and more accurate. And then you will learn all the best prompt engineering techniques such as prompt priming, the ability to give chat GBT enough contexts so that it can give you the best possible answers. And you will learn iterations where you will give it more context based on the output shaft DBT has given you. In order to make accurate answers even more accurate, you will learn to act as technique where you can have chat GPT, simulate any form of expertise so that all the answers will come through that lens, such as act as a lawyer, act as a digital marketing experts, act as a copywriter. All of the answers through the act as well, through that simulation give you very different responses based on that profession or niche that you have read in n, you will learn the fourth grader technique where you can take any complex topic even if his astrophysics and have chat EBT, explain it to you like you were a fourth grader. In other words, taking very complex texts and simplifying it to the level where you can get a good understanding whether it's for you, your readers, you will learn how to increase the chat GPT accuracy by having chat TBT asked you follow up questions so that it can fill in all its blanks. You will learn to summarize technique, to take huge amounts of texts and have them summarize for you. Whether it is for you to learn personally or using any form of content, you will learn to teach me technique which had TBT will teach you any skill you need to know in a step-by-step fashion so that you can properly learn it. The right leg meat technique where chat GPT will look at your writing or your brand's riding and then adapt your style so that all the content or all the creative writing that you might be putting out, we'll be constantly in this same voice. You will learn to ask for advice, whether that is in your live questions, whether that is professionally, whether that is what sort of content to put out next, what to write about next, what to do next in your situation, chat GPT can help advise you. And finally, you will learn advanced prompt engineering and fine-tuning where you will take all of the information and techniques that you have learned and then learn how to combine them in the best possible way to get the best possible results and fine tune them based on the results that you're getting from chat GPT. Other words, once you get to the advanced chat GPT section, you know that you're in for a treat because this is where you get to be creative and take all of these prompts to the next level. This will be followed by an advanced prompt engineering assignment where you get to prove to yourself that now you have unlimited possibilities at your hands because I will request you to do some pretty difficult task with chatty. And you will be surprised over how easily you can accomplish it. So I hope you're excited. Let's jump in, in the next lecture where you will get your prompt framework in order to get any sort of response you're looking for instantly by using this cheatsheet. See in the next lecture. 5. Prompt Framework: Hi guys and welcome back to the prompt engineering section. Now to jumpstart your prompts with chat GPT, we would like to give you a framework which you basically can just copy and paste into chat GPT, just adding your details there and you will get great prompts from it. Let's dive right into it. So first of all, let's just cover all of the steps you need to take in order to get this prompt as good as possible so that you will get the best possible answers from chat GPT. First off, we need to define the task, meaning that we need to identify the specific action or goal for the prompt. What are the goal with the prompt? What would you like to get from chat GPT? After that's done, we need to give it some clear instructions, pretty much outline guidelines or rules for Schadt GDP to follow. How long would you like that article to be? That video scripts to 3 min. How many words in that article to 300 words? That's what you need to give it. And then we need to offer some context, pretty much give background information, gives some examples or scenarios of relevance for chatty dB to give you the best possible answers to understand maybe your company, your business and brand, et cetera, what your goals with marketing is, what you have achieved before, etcetera, etc. And then we have the total prompt framework template here. First of all, we have this subject, we have the tusk, we have the instructions, then we have the context. So let me just show you how you can copy this and paste it into chat GPT and just rewrite it with your own words, with your own subject, task instructions and contexts to get the best possible answers from chat GPT, Let's dive right into it. Alright, so now we are in shadow EBT. So here you can see all of the things that you need to customize after your needs and your subjects, etc. So first of all, here are the frameworks, subject, task, instructions, and then contexts. So let's just start by filling in all of these. So first of all, you would like to write the subject. And for this example, I'm taking a Eco friendly cleaning products. Let's say I am a business selling eco-friendly cleaning products. What do I want shack GPT-2 do for me? Well, sell or ton of products, of course, but what task do we want to give? Chatty? But for this, I'm going to make the task. Write me a blog post to my website about eco friendly products. But not only eco-friendly products, we would like it to be about eco friendly cleaning products. So here you see, you need to be precise of what you're asking chat GPD to do for you, then let's continue with the instructions. This is supercritical for your prompts. Now, first of all there and then type of content. So this could be anything from a YouTube video, it could be anything from a blog post. It could also be any job application or whatever you want. Chat GPT-2 do for you. So in here, I am going to write blog post. Again. Blog post. The blog posts should be between and then the word count. How long would you like it to be? For me, I would say 500 to 700 words. And then I would like to be written in a tone. So if you're having a brand or business, company, anything and you are doing a lot of marketing. You may be are doing marketing on Instagram and YouTube, maybe your blog, etc. You would like to keep that tone of voice consistent. So if you know your tone of voice than let it know it here, if you don't, you can write something like written in a, in four motive and pursue a sieve tone. That's a good way to start. You don't need to know everything about your brand identity and stuff like that to write this and include at least, and here is just completely free. Be creative here. So I have written in here number or specific details. So if you would like it to include maybe three biggest benefits of using eco-friendly cleaning products. Then write that in here. That's exactly what I'm going to do, include at least three benefits of using eco friendly cleaning products. Then lastly, we have the context, basically some background information of maybe your company business or maybe for your job application, whatever information you are having to give too chatty be t here is where you giving that because as much information you can give to chatty be the better answer you will get from chatty, potty. That's how simple it is. So here we have imagined you are creating this type of content. Once again, it's a bit repetitive, but that's only good. This blog post for the company. Now, it could be either the company name, but it's better to give it some contexts. E.g. imagine you're creating this blog post for a company selling Eco friendly cleaning products and then to who are you selling? This is your targeted audience. Who are you trying to aim? Is it a job interviewer or is it a specific targeted audience for your e-mail campaigns or for your blog posts, etc. So here is the targeted audience, and this could be really good to write in. So let's write in targeted audience, targeting people looking for eco friendly. I'll turn gives to the SRA Daesh in cleaning products. So here you can see that we have already pasted in all of the details. First of all, this subject here, eco-friendly cleaning products, then the task, write me a blog post about eco-friendly cleaning products and then the instructions, the blog posts should be 500-700 words are written in an informative and persuasive tone and include at least three benefits of using eco-friendly cleaning products. And then the context. Imagine we are trying to put them in a scenario that they are working for our company. So imagine you're creating this blog post for a company selling eco-friendly cleaning products, targeting people looking for eco-friendly alternatives to the traditional cleaning products. Let's see what the answer will be. So here is our prompt, and then here is the answer. And the title goes, unleashing the power of Green Revolution of eco-friendly cleaning products. And then you can see that it has structure. The blog posts beautifully warn or protect our waterways, improve indoor air quality, safe for all, etc. Now, if you would like it to include the back links to another article or anything else like that. You just write it in either in the context here or in the instructions here. Let's go over a few more examples on how you can use this template. So let's say that you would like chat GTP to write you a job application cover letter. So write a cover letter for a job application in the marketing industry and then the instructions, the letter should be 300-500 words written in a professional and enthusiastic tone and include at least two examples of relevant experience and skills contexts. Imagine you're writing this letter for a job application at a marketing agency targeting hiring managers who are looking for a candidate with a strong marketing background and passion for the industry. So you can see how powerful this is. I can just click on Enter here to generate an answer from chat GDP. And it will write this application for a marketing specialist position for me, a cover letter. How awesome is this? Now go to the Resources, download this template, this framework so you can jump-start your prompt engineering. Good luck. I'll see you in the next one. 6. Prompt Priming: Hi guys and welcome back. Inside of this video, we're going to talk about something called the prompt priming. What is it and how can we do it in chat GPT to get the best answers, Let's dive right into it. So prompt priming, what is it? Well, it's a way for us to guide the chat GPT with clear tasks and contexts for better answers. Basically, as much information as we can give from the background, from our company, from whatever goal we're having with all of these prompts, whatever information that we can give chat GPT, it will give out a better answer for us and more specific one. So poor prompt priming, which means basically don't give any information, any background and its context, anything of that sort, that will just lead to generic and irrelevant answers, which makes sense, right? So good prompt priming gives tailored and specific answers that align with your goals. Let me show you how to do just that in chat t but t. So first of all, let's have a look at an example without prompt priming how inefficient this could be. So first of all, we are having a text here. I've already written, Can you give me some marketing strategies for my shoe brand on Instagram? Then you might say, Hey, there are some contexts in here. I am telling you that I want some marketing strategies for my shoe brand and have it on Instagram. Let's see how generic this answer will be. So here's the answer that we got. It's pretty lengthy, but absolutely Here are some marketing strategies that you can use to promote your shoe brand on Instagram, high-quality content, yeah, of course, user-generated Instagram stories and real scenes. They're going shopping, inferences of partnerships, hashtag, strategy, etc, etc. Let's have a look at what answer we are getting with this type of prompt. I'm a shoe brand looking to market on Instagram. Same kind of prompt there, but now we're giving chat GBT some contexts, some additional information to women in Spain between the ages of 25 to 60. What are some effective marketing strategies and best practices for this audience? We are looking for the best practices for this audience in marketing. Let's have a look at what answer we are getting from chatty but t. So by just comparing this pretty general answer that we got earlier without any context, if I go down here, this is amazing. So the first that we are getting is a localized your content. Tailor your content to the Spanish market by incorporating local language, culture, and trends, age appropriate content since your target audience ranges for 25-60, make sure to create content that appeals to various age groups within this range, partner with local influencers. You just see the amazing power of bringing contexts to chat about your business, about your brand, maybe your background within job searching, applications, et cetera, whatever your goal is, ring context by prompt priming. Here's another example on how powerful prompt priming really is. Now I'm a recent graduate seeking a job in the tech industry. So already giving some contexts there, could you provide some tips and advice on how to create a compelling rescue me. That's the goal. That's what you would like it to do. And cover letter that will stand out to potential employers. Let's have a look at the answer that we're getting from chatty be t. So this is so good. Absolutely. Here are some tips for creating a compelling resume and cover letter for the tech industry. And you can see here is the resume and then here is the cover letter. So first of all, customize your role, tailor your resume to each job, application, et cetera, et cetera. But really stuck out for me by giving some contexts that you just graduated. You can see here, if you're a recent graduate, you might not have much work experience. This is how powerful it is to give IGBT contexts by prompt priming, you can supplement this by including relevant projects or coursework. Describe what you did, the technologies you used, and what the outcomes were. So challenging, BT basically knows that you are not maybe a favorite for a job precision, but by just pointing out the technology that you're using and all different types of things that you can come up with that can make you a favor for this job position. They can help you by doing this and you can go down even more into depth with this by making them describe a few other things that you can take to your advantage when it comes to job applications correlate there's resume, et cetera. So by prompt priming, you will receive a way better answers from shaggy bitty. Okay, with that said, I'll see you in the next lecture. 7. Iteration: Hi guys and welcome back. Now inside of this video we're going to talk about iteration in the prompt engineering. What is it? How can we use it inside of Shadow? Let's dive right into it. First of all, what is iteration? Iteration is when we are asking shack GPT questions until you have the information you need by rephrasing and giving more context. Why are we using it? Well, by asking more questions, you're building a better understanding between the AI, the chat G, P, T, and U for more accurate answers. Now that maybe the scary part is that the AI is actually learning about you, about the way that you're asking questions about the information that you're giving, collecting all of these information-based about you in a conversation and then based on that information, it can give you basically better answers. It might be scary, but it's super helpful when we're using sketchy bit t. So when are we using iteration as well? If you're sitting on a lot of information, but don't know how to get the best answers or formulations possible yourself. So you're having tons of information, but you don't know where to start. How should you write in this little text box all of this information in order so that shot GPT knows what you are after that can be really, really sometimes. So how are we using this technique? Well, by edited question until you have the best answer from chat GBT and provide more context for better result. Now often shared GPT work better when you are providing a little bit information at the time if you're writing maybe a handover blog post article kind of thing with 2000 words. It can be a little bit tricky for Shaq GPT-2 give you the best answer possible. Sometimes you have to take it in different blocks. So basically giving up a small portion of information at a time to receive your goal with the prompt. So let's dive right into chat to you bt and see how we can iterate our prompts. So here's a prompt I wrote with a little bit of context. As you can see, I'm a manager looking to improve my team's collaboration and communication. Can you suggest some strategies to enhance teamwork and create a more productive work environment pretty specific, if you need more clarification or ideas, I'll ask further questions. So if chat GPT need more contexts from us, you just keep on asking until you're satisfied with the answers that you're getting. So by just prompting this, Here's the answer that we got absolutely. Here are several strategies you can employ to enhance teamwork and create a more productive work environment. So reading through this, set clear goals and expectations. Improve communications, foster trust and mutual respect, encouraged collaboration, provide constructive feedback, etcetera, etcetera. Now, if you are not satisfied with this answer or you're feeling like, Oh, I missed out on giving this type of information. Either you can go ahead and rewrite it down here by sending a new message or you can write, I forgot to tell you that I'm a manager in the tech industry, etc. Instead of writing all of this text down here, what you can do instead is you can actually go into your prompt, as you can see here, you have a little edit box here and then you can go in here and edit it right away to get another answer, more specific answer that is more tailored towards what you're searching for. So here you can instead go in and like iterate this by doing, um, and then you can write Tech Manager e.g. just have a look at your prompt and ask yourself, how can I add more context to get a better answer? So I'm a tech manager looking to improve my teams collaborations. So you're telling that you're having a team that you would like to get a better collaboration and communication. So I'm a manager e.g. of people looking to improve. So just adding more context to this, if you're having information to get a better answer and then click on Save and Submit. And as you can see, catchy bit T happily are generating another answer to you. So as you can see, it looks totally different. Clear Communication, set goals and expectations. It's the same, but it will be more catered towards the information that you're giving out. This is one way to do it. The other way is just to keep on asking more and more question, adding in more and more context and using this type of method like this. So here you can see that we have use technology which is one out of ten different points on collaboration and teamwork. And here he says, utilize appropriate collaboration tools and project management software. So now we can just take this and copy it and paste it in here. Please share appropriate collaboration tools and project management software. Make a list of the top five to use for my team of 12 people. And then you just keep on asking how you can really improve the environment, the communication and collaboration between you and your colleagues or employees. This is a great way to just keep on asking questions and edit them to get the best possible answers. Let's have a look at the output. So basically biased, edit your questions, add in a more detailed context here, you are getting better answers or you can do that. That's the first step to edit your first question. Or you can just ask upon the answers that you're getting more questions. So please share appropriate collaboration tools and project management softwares make a list of five. And here you can see it's suggesting Slack, Microsoft Team, Asana, trello, JIRA, and workspace, a lot of different tools. So by just iterating your question, basically editing your questions and making it more specific, adding in some contexts and background information, you're getting better answers. We chat GPT, use this technique. Good luck. I'll see you in the next one. 8. Act As: Welcome back to the course. Now inside of this video, we are going to cover another prompt technique called act as, what is it? How are we using it in chat GBD? Let's dive right into it. Now, act as what does it mean? Well, it's a technique where we're asking chat GPT-2 simulate the expertise of a specific professional. Why are we using this technique well, to access specialist and targeted answers from assimilated expert to save both time and resources. When are we using this technique? When you need expert guidance from an expert's perspective. Now, if you are asking chat GBT, as you will find out in a second here when I am going into chat GPD in showing you this, if you're asking a general question without any background, without it acting as an expert, you will get one answer. But if you are asking shatter beauty to act as an expert within a certain field or topic or subject, whatever, you will notice that you will get a specialist and more specific answer. How are we doing this? Well, by asking chat GBD to act as a specific expert, providing the necessary context and information needed. So let's dive right into chat GPD and have a look at it. Let's just ask chat GPT a pretty general question. Give me three strategies to improve time management skills. Let's see what the output will be just by skimming through here, we can see that prioritize your tasks uses system like Eisenhower Box and distinguish between tasks that are important and not important. So yes, she had GPT. If you're asking a pretty general question, it will do a great job here. Use time blocking, leverage technology, etc. But if you're reading through here, it's pretty general. I would say the answer, it's really, really good, but it's pretty general if you compare it to this kind of prompt act as our productivity coach. And here was the prompt before, give me three strategies to improve time management skills. But here we're asking it to act as a productivity Coach. Let's have a look at the answer or the output that we're getting from chat GPT when we're asking it to act as an expert in a certain field. Okay, so this is super impressive while asking a pretty general question, like give me three strategies to improve time management skills and we're giving the answer, leveraging technology. There are many apps and tools available, but they're not giving us a specific tool to really improve our time management skills. But if I'm asking it to act as a productivity coach, instead, I'm right away getting the Pomodoro technique. This technique involves working for a set of amount of time, usually 25 min, then taking a short break of 5 min and then repeating the process. So we're getting a lot more details in the answers when we are asking it to act as an expert within a field, It's amazing how these small twitches, how this small prompting techniques can really help you get better answers to your questions. So definitely go in and use this technique. I'll see you in the next video. 9. 4th Grader: Welcome back to the course. Now we are going to dive into one of the favorite techniques of me and Robin, which is called the fourth grader. Let's dive right into what it is and how we can use it in our prompts to get better outputs. Let's dive right into it. Now the fourth grader, What is it? Well, it's also asking Schadt GBT to simplify complex concepts for understanding. Why are we using it well to make complex ideas accessible? All levels of expertise. So if you're having something that are super complex, maybe an article or a blog post or whatever it might be. You can ask shack GPT to explain it to you as you were afford greater. When are we using this, when we are talking to a diverse audience to ensure clear and easy to understand information for everyone. So if you're having an audience, maybe you're having a speech. And you know that the levels of expertise is everything from beginner to intermediate to advanced, then you can definitely use this technique to have your speech written in an easy to understand style. Well, how are we using this technique? Well, by asking shut GPD to simplify a concept as you were a child, Let's dive right into chat GPT and have a look at the fourth grader technique. Alright, so here we are in a shack GPT. Now, let me just paste this in this scribe, the Pomodoro Technique and its benefits for time management. Let's have a look at the answer without using this prompt technique. Now, skimming through this by not using that fourth grader technique here describing the Pomodoro Technique and its benefits for time management. The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by and then it's really simple language. Already choose a task, set, a timer, work on the task. It's really breaking down, really, really good here from chat GTP. But let's have a look at this version compared to explain it to a fourth grader. And let's see if it does a better job explaining this concept for a fourth grader. Wow, I'm so amazed with chat GPT. Look at this. First of all, we're getting background history, all of that, and then we're getting a pretty lengthy texts. I would say even though as I mentioned before, it's pretty simple, outlaid. I like how it is. If you're having a concept that are super, super complex than I would definitely prefer this answer instead. So I just wrote, explain it to a fourth grader and it says, Sure, Let's simplify it a bit. The Pomodoro Technique is like a fun game to help you finish your homework or any task faster. Here's how to play it, and you can see it's in five points, it's super, super short, then condense the information is so easy to just consume. So if you're having lengthy articles, you are having lengthy homework or you're having assignments that are super, super complex, or a subject that you don't understand at all. Try this technique. Let's go over another example so you can really see how powerful the port greater technique is and why it's mine and Robbins, favorite of all techniques. So this time we have discussed the benefits of setting smart goals for personal growth. Let's see what output we're getting here. So discuss the benefits of setting smart goals for personal growth. This is the texts that we are getting. It's really, really good, Well done by chatty. But it's pretty lengthy and it's pretty complicated if you have never read anything about this. So if this is concept for you, it can be hard to really read through here and understand what it's about. So let's simplify it by asking, explain it to a fourth grader and let's see what output we're getting now. So let's just read out here. So the first one, before we asked for as a fourth grader, we have this specific when goals are specific, they provide a clear direction. This means you know, exactly what you need to do to achieve the goal. For instance, instead of saying I want to read more, a specific goal would be our read one book per month. These clear direction can make it easier to stay motivated and to recognize when you achieve your goal. This is pretty clear, I would say, let's have a look at what their prompt explain it to afford grader would say on specific. So specific, once again, this means your goal is should tell exactly what you want to do. Instead of saying, I want to be better at math, a specific goal would be I want to learn my multiplication tables up to ten. So it was pretty similar here, I would say, but as you can see in the beginning, it's really dancing down all of these texts. It's pretty lengthy, I would say to just one sentence. So if you're having complex information, maybe you are studying for a new job, maybe you're studying in school. Whatever it might be, it can be about marketing concepts. So if you would like to understand SCO better or whatever it might be if you're having something that is super complex for you, information that you have never read about or you don't know anything about ten years to write in, explain it to a fourth grader and you will get a more condensed explanation. It will be much easier for you to consume the information and to remember the information used to afford greater technique when you're having something that our complex for you to learn. See you in the next video. 10. Follow-up Questions: Hi guys and welcome back. Now we are ready to go into the next prompting technique called follow up questions. What is it? How do we use it? Let's dive right into it. Now, what do we mean with follow-up questions is might be clear, but what do we really mean with follow-up questions in chat T, big T? Well, it's a way for us to encourage shack GPT to go deeper into topics by asking you questions. So instead of iterate things where we are asking more and more questions to get answers. We are asking shot GPT to do it for us. So if they need something more, they should ask Questions. Now why are we using this well to get a deeper understanding on complex ideas and make smarter decisions. So if something is complex, then we just ask shot GPT to ask us more questions so that they will receive more information so that we can make smarter decisions marked right? So next one is when, when you have complex topics or topics you want to dive deep into to get detailed information. We are once again asking them to ask us questions so that we can get detailed information. How are we using this? Well, by asking chat TBT to ask you questions until it has all the information needed to provide best answers. So let's dive right into chat TBD to have a look on this technique. So here's the example prompt telling me how to put together information from different places to understand something better. And then you can write, if you need more information, ask me follow up questions, and then you just send that prompt. Okay, so now the conversation is up and running. So tell me about how to put together information from different places to understand something better. If you need more information, ask the follow-up questions. So I got a really good answer here to put together information from different sources to understand something better, you can follow us systematic approach. Here are some steps that you might want to consider. And they'd gave me seven great steps. And then it asks me, could you please specify the topic or subject you are interested in? This way, I can provide more specific advice tailored to your needs. This is exactly what we are looking for, tailored answers to our needs. So it's starting to ask us questions so I can continue on this. Could you please specify the topic or subject that you're interested in? And we can write, I am to become a student studying, book keeping and our counting, then you can send that off and see what answers we are getting. So you're getting more specific answers the more information you're giving. And by letting Schadt GPT ask you all of these questions, you don't have to come up with the questions or the information yourself because they are drawing out that information from your brain. This is a great way to become more specific with all of your answers. You don't have to have all of the answers because the chat GPT-2 is going to ask you all of the questions so that you can get more specific answers to your questions. This is so good and so affected. Excellent. Now that we have a specific field, I can guide you on how to gather information from different sources to better understand bookkeeping and accounting. Here are some steps you might consider defined specific topics. So here you can see tax accounting textbook, online course materials, scholarly articles. It's a lot of study language. In here. You can see how specific you can become by letting shack GPT ask you questions. The only thing you have to add at the end is this. If you need more information, asked me follow up questions, and that's exactly what it did. You can see if I scroll up here, could you please specify the topic or subject you are interested in? This way, I can provide more specific advice tailored to your needs. And that's exactly what we got when we just answered their questions. So use this follow-up questions technique whenever you feel like you can't really structured the information and you don't really know exactly what you're looking for. Okay. I'll see you in the next one. 11. Summarize: Welcome back to the next video where we are going to let chat GPT, summarize texts, reviews, articles, videos, and all of that good stuff for us so that we can save more time and do more productive stuff. Let's dive right into it. So summarize, how does this technique work? Well, it's basically us asking shared GPT-2 condense large and complicated information into something short and easy to understand why? Well, to save time and get key points from complex and lengthy texts and videos fast. When are we using this? Well, when you need an overview, make content shorter for social media, get key points from videos or scan through reviews. How are we going to use this? Well by giving shaggy beauty articles, videos, and reviews to summarize and get tips on improving and getting better data. Let's dive right into chat EBT and have a look and how we can do this. I hope this will blow your mind. So first of all, we need to give chat GDP a task, and the task is to take this, this is an older article, as you can see from 2022, but we're going to just copy all of these texts. Because imagine reading through this text. It will take quite a few minutes to do. As you can see, it's lengthy and pretty complex with all types of terms, etc. I'm going to go over here to chat GPT. I'm going to ask it before I paste this text in, summarise this article with the key points in our number form. And then I'm just going to paste in all of these texts. As you can see, it starts to work right away. But when you're doing this with articles and stuff like this, you need to go back to the article and really see that it takes the right information from this page. So it's always up to you to double-check that the information is correct, etc. So as you can see, it's throwing out all of the ten key points, as you can see here. Amazing, right? And as you can see, it's still a bit of reading. So if you would like to condense this even more, to save even more money, you just ask it to write one sentence per key, 0.1 sentence per key point. Look at this. This is one sentence per key point. So this is how you take all of these lengthy texts. As you can see, all of these complex and lengthy text. And if it was more complex, what you can do is you can go over here and ask it and combine this with explain it to afford grader, you see how creative you can be with chat GDP. This is amazing, as you can see here, all of this lengthy texts that I'm scrubbing through here. As you can see, I'm scrolling, scrolling, scrolling to this one sentence per key point. So this is a great technique. Let's have a look at the next technique on how you can take, instead of spending minutes or hours, even on YouTube, you can take the transcripts from the video and ask the same thing. Let me show you how it's done. So the only thing you need is go to the video, click on these three dots here, and click on Show Transcript. Go up here somewhere, clay holding the button, hold it in, hold it in and just scroll down all the way here, right-click, click on Copy, go over here, and then write the same thing. Summarize this Tran, script to the key points and then you just jump down a couple of rows and then click on pace. And then Let's chat GPT do its magic. So here is all the transcript of everything that we're talking about in this video. So I'm just asking it politely to just summarize this video for me in key points. And as you can see, it's doing this in a list style. As you can see, it's so beautiful. So you can see here the key points talking about online courses are profitable with the potential to impact other lives and teach about various topics, digital assets, membership sites, digital templates, music and art, digital services. This is amazing. So all of these videos, scripts, I didn't have to spend minutes on this. As you can see, this video was 8 min long. I didn't have to spend all of that time on that video to get the key points from this video. And this is what you can do. You basically just go over to YouTube, click on the three dots, and then you just copy all of the transcript and let it summarize it for you. So now we have one more thing for you business owners out there for marketers that you can really do. You can take reviews and you can copy all of the bad or the good reviews of a company and you can ask it to give you tips on how you can improve this for your business. Let's go and have a look at how to do just that. So I just went here to trust pilots and they went to our brand called Lululemon athletic And as you can see, there are pretty bad reviews on a trust pilot. But what I can do is I can go in and look at my competitors weaknesses by just clicking here e.g. on one-star reviews. And then I could, oh, this doesn't look good. And then I can just take all of this by holding in down on my mouse and just taking the first page like that. And then I can just copy all of this. So it will copy all of these texts. As you can see, there are tons and tons of pages and I think there are 500-2 thousand word limit on shatter OPT currently for one prompt up to 4,000, something like that. They are trying to expand this over time. So maybe when you're watching this, you can copy a lot of texting, but just keep in mind that sometimes you won't get prompt. So sometimes you have to copy and paste in at different times, so a little bit at a time. So let's take all of these texts, It's copied, and then I'm going here and then you would like to ask it to summarize this for you and maybe give you some pointers on what you can do better as a competitor. So summarize all these three views and give me the most common problems P ball are complaining at and give me tips on how I ***, on calm pair t term. You see what I'm doing here can do this better for my customers. Awesome, right? So summarize all these reviews and give me the most common problems people are complaining at and giving me tips on how I, as a competitor can do this better for my customers. I'm jumping down to rows and then I'm just going to paste all of those reviews in and let chat GPT give me advice and come up with all of the bad reviews summarized for me. So here are their common problems in the reviews. Poor customer service, delivery issues, quality of products, refunds, and return policy issues. And you can see with little text here, well, explaining, summarizing for me what the issues are, problems with gift cards. So those are the most common problems, okay, So this information alone can give you a lot. But just by doing like I did to have tapes for improvements, as you can see here, they added that in for me so I know how high can use this information to improve the quality of service products, et cetera, in my company. So tips for improvements, improved customer service. And it says, invest in a well-trained customer service team who can quickly and efficiently solve customers problems, etc, etc. Here you go. Smooth delivery processes, maintaining high-quality of products, clear and fair returns and refund policies, reliable gift card system prompt response to compliance. So this is an amazing way. First, we have the article, summarize an article in one sentence per key points to take that with you, or short transcript of a video, instead of sitting 4 min and minutes or hours and hours, take the transcripts and lead shank GPT, do the work for you. Summarize the video with key points. If you're having a company into their companies review or your competition's reviews, just copy all of those reviews, paste those in. You can also do this with good review. So what are these company doing that is so good. So you know that, okay, I really need to do this as well to compete with this. And then you look at loopholes in the company. What are they doing? Bad? What can you do better? They're asked Chad GDP for those answers. Awesome, Grice. So I'll see you in the next one. 12. Teach Me: Hi guys and welcome back to the course. Now inside of this video, we are going to go over and prompt technique called Teach me what is it and how can we use it? Well, let's dive right into it. First question, what is teach me? Well, of course it's a bit like it sounds as chatty pity for step-by-step instructions to learn new skills or expand knowledge, just like you're doing here. You're sitting here watching this video on me explaining to you how to do prompt engineering on chat GPT. You could do the same asking chat GPT how to do prompt engineering, but in text format. Now why should you do this? Well, to grow your knowledge base in specific fields, to stay up to date. When should you do this? When you're looking to learn new tools or softwares and are looking for a quick guide as you saw in our video back summarize, this is quite the same thing. You're getting a summarize of how you can learn a few things, which is awesome. How are we going to do this? Well by asking chat GBD for step-by-step instructions include a goal you have and the level of your current skills super-important, let's go ahead and dive into chatty, but T and C on how chatty be T can teach me things. So here's a great prompt. So teach me as a complete beginner. You're telling them the skill level that you are at so that they know that, Hey, you need some beginner friendly material in the beginning so that you really can learn this, how to use Premiere Pro, which is an Adobe program where you can edit videos to edit marketing videos for Instagram step, step. So let's have a look at how GPT can teach me this in steps, in texts. Okay, so here's the answer that we got. Sure I'll guide you through the basic process of creating a video for Instagram using Adobe Premiere Pro, since you are a complete beginner giving out here the skill level of your self is going to guide the shaggy bit. Better to give you a better answer, I'll start from the very beginning. So first off, they want us to install an open Adobe Premiere Pro, which is the program. And then they are going into creating a new project and naming it and giving out the location render and everything, exporting and all of that good stuff, which is for a beginner, then they are going over to important media, creating a sequence, adding clips to the timeline. So we are really here at the beginning of your journey. So this is great information there, also going over frames per second and all of that good stuff which you need to learn as a beginner in Premiere Pro. And then they are also adding transitions, text, adding music, and then all the way to exporting the video for you as a beginner. If you are not watching a lot of videos or you would like to have it in text or whatever recent. This is great stuff, but let's say that you are not the beginner, you are a professional, then it can look like this. Teach me as a video editor professional how to use Premiere Pro to edit marketing videos for Instagram step-by-step. And here I wrote, you don't need to include anything about installing the program or importing the video. Let's see what type of guide we're getting now. Okay, so there we got the answer. Sure. Let's dive into a more advanced tutorial for creating Instagram marketing videos in Adobe Premiere Pro. So instead of, if I'm scrolling up here to the beginner's guide, installing open Adobe Premiere Pro. They assumed that we already have it downloaded. So it starts with setting up a new project. Of course, this is also for beginners, but here's the good thing. Look at this. So typically square video or vertical. So here you can see that it's giving out the pixels on how long and how, why that thing should be awesome. And then it just keep on giving out more advanced tips like organizing your media. Because if you're having a project and you are editing videos, you have video files, you may be have audio. Maybe you have some B rolls, which means like some cool transitions and some more media that you put in, maybe some images and texts and all of that good stuff. So it just shows us how we can do this more efficiently. And then it just go down and talk about advanced transitions, color correction and grading. So you can see by just adding in what level you are at, you can get better information. So if you are learning a software or a tool just by using this teach me technique, you can get a guide superfast with chatty. So I really encourage you to use this whenever you are wanting to learn a software or a tool, or maybe you would like to learn and use subject. So then you can just teach me how to do software engineering or oil painting or whatever it might be. So by just telling chatty, hey, I'm a beginner, intermediate or advanced that this could you please teach me how to chat? Gpt will definitely teach you how to do that. Okay guys, I'll see you in the next video. 13. Write Like Me: Hi there and a warm welcome back to this section of prompt engineering. Inside of this video, we're going to talk about another technique called right, like me, what is it? How are we using it in chat GPT? Well, let's answer those questions and let's dive right into the video. So right, Like Me, What is it? Well, it's us asking chat GPD to copy yours or your brand's writing style. Why? Well, to create a strong brand identity and build trust and connection with your audience. Your audience can be that you're running a business, e.g. in you are having a particular audience or you're writing different types of letters within your company and you're having one type of style and you would like to shorten that process by letting shaggy potty help you out. So when are we going to use this when creating content, e.g. letters within your companies. It can be marketing posts or it could be a copywriting in your e-commerce store, whatever it could be that aligns with your brand identity across channels. How well to show chat GPT examples of writing style or brand voice, including tone, acts and special words, we definitely would like it to copy what you already, right, like, that's the key here. So let's dive right into chat GBT and see how this is possible. Alright, so here we have the prompt. Write a cover letter for a marketing position using the same writing style and tone found in my rescue, me and previous cover letters. And then of course, I'm going to jump down a couple of rows and write X sample. And then I'm going to paste in an example and then sincerely jesper. So here's an example. Let's see how it's going to copy my style. So let's just go ahead and look at the similarities in these two cover letters. So here we have Dear Hiring Manager starting this same. Maybe you would like to change a couple of things when you are doing this because you would like to make it more personal towards the hiring manager in this case. Then these were the first one I am writing to express my enthusiastic interests in the marketing position in SCO currently available at your company. So their tone of voice here is clearly enthusiastic, happy, exciting, and stuff like that. Let's see if chatty big T can write like me, Chad TPD wrote, I am delighted, which is also a way of being happy and exciting to submit my application for the available marketing position at your esteemed organization. And then it continues continuous. But just in the beginning here I can see that it's copying my style, which is super cool. And then you can just read this through word by word. And then of course you can go in and take all of these texts, as you can see here, that it is written warm regards as you can see here, and then jesper instead of sincerely. So it has changed a little bit of things, but it just keeps my style of writing and you can do this for different types of things. Let me give you another example. So here I have written another example. Write a social media post promoting our latest product using the same writing style and tone found in our previous posts. And of course, I need to give them some contexts. I need to give them this post. And you don't need to give them post all the time. If you've done this one time and you have it in one conversation up here, as you can see, there are several different conversations here, e.g. here, marketing, job inquiry as it says here, then you don't have to redo this all the time because shadowy beauty will remember your tone of voice. It will remember the conversation that you are within. So if I wanted to write a social media post promoting our latest products, I need to just give them something to refer to here. So I'm just going to give them that I'm going to paste in. This is our latest post e.g. and then I can just go down here and write like this. Awesome. So it gave me another one. Summer is here. And we've got, yes, The thing to elevate your style, our newest collection of sunglasses has arrived and it's packed with a variety of classic and trendy frames to suit every taste. Where do your, and if you think this is too long, I think this is too lengthy. I would just make it shorter and it will definitely do that for us. So you can see, upgrade your summer style with our latest sunglasses collection from aviators to cats. Iframes are polarized lenses will protect your eyes and elevate your look. Visit us today to find your perfect parents summer shades. And you can see it's already added in some MOUs in here, because hey, it's Instagram, right? Or it's social media, at least ten, then you need those MOUs don't chew. But you can see if you're giving some contexts and you're asking chef GPT-2, right? Like me, then you will stay consistent all over the internet if you are running and business, this is super-important so that whenever somebody is reading e.g. a. Blog post from you, they feel like, Oh, this is you, this is this company it as writing this so that you can stay then consistent on Instagram where TikTok or wherever you are doing marketing and as you saw in the beginning, can also be really, really good if you're writing e.g. cover letters for marketing position or any other type of job that you are searching, then it can definitely help you to stay consistent with your tone of voice. If you're enthusiastic, if you are happy and all of that good stuff, then just write in the chat GPT, something to write upon so that they can write as you. Okay, Good luck. I'll see you in the next one. 14. Ask for Advice: Hi guys and welcome back to yet another prompt engineering technique. Now inside of this video we are going to cover something called ask for advice, What is it and how to use it. Let's dive right into it. First question, what is asked for advice good for? Well, it is like asking a friend for help or suggestions. Problem, we as human beings, are having a lot of conflicting thoughts in our everyday life, in our business, et cetera. So by asking a friend for advice can help you come closer to a solution. Why are we using this? Well to get information for problem-solving, for decision-making or understanding different perspectives, which is super handy. And when are we going to use this? When you need assistance for e.g. chat support if you're running a business for a Q&A section, if you are having something like that on a website or seek guidance in decisions. Now, how can we use this? Well, by asking shared TPD for advice on a matter, include contexts and unnecessary information needed for Chetty petite to give you the best answer possible, Let's dive right into chatty and go over a few examples on how you can use justice. Now one way of using this is e.g. like this prompt here, I'm having trouble finding reliable sources for my research paper. Well, that's a big problem, right? Because there's a lot of information online, There's a lot of information from chat GPD, but how can you really find reliable resources on climate change? Can you give me some advice on how to locate and evaluate credible sources? Let's have a look at what chatty PT answers here. Wow, this is amazing, absolutely. Here are some steps you can follow to locate and evaluate credible sources for your research paper on climate change, utilize reputable search engines, identify primary and secondary sources, look for peer reviewed publications. So you see chatty PT is really trustworthy here, in my opinion, because they are only giving out sources that aren't with credentials, that is objectively publications, all of that good stuff and look at the sources that they are giving. Here are some sources, specific sources, nasa, noaa, WMO. So this can really, really help you if you're looking for sources, if you're a student, e.g. and you are looking for reliable sources of information. This is a great question. So let's have a look at another example of how you can utilize this technique by asking for advice. Here's another way to use this technique. So here's an example prompt. I'm struggling with time management, which we all do, right? So Netflix, Instagram, TikTok, there's a lot of things that can distract us today and often feel overwhelmed with my workload. What advice can you give me to improve my time management skills? Let's have a look at what Shad GPT give us here because we all are struggling with time management skills and this is like a friend asking for advice. So let's have a look at what chat GPT can give us here. So the question was, I'm struggling with time management and often feel overwhelmed or my workload, what can I do to improve my time management skills? And here is a full list of it. Prioritize tasks, set clear goals, et cetera, et cetera, is really, really good and in-depth. But if I would like to maybe make this more dense, I could ask them to make it 50% shorter police. And let's see what it gives us. Absolutely. Here's a condensed version of the time management advice, and as you can see, it's way shorter already. We're already at five-six. You see, it's so fast. This machine, this can really help us in our everyday life, in our business and all of that good stuff. I really loved chat GPT, and as you can see, it's way easier to condense and to read out this information. And if you want it to be even lengthier explanation, you can take this version or you can just ask it to be more in-depth with the information. But this is giving you a pretty good overview of how you can manage your time management. Gills. Let's have a look at one more example on how we can use this. Alright, so let's say that you are running in marketing agency. So it could be one of our customers is struggling with low organic reach on social media. What advice can you give to help them improve it? Let's see what it will answer. Once again, we're asking for here you can see what advice can you give me? Not what answer, what advice can you give me? Let's have a look at what we're getting from catchy but T, super-excited actually. So we asked, our customers are struggling with low organic reach on social media. What advice can you give us? Absolutely improving organic reach on social media can be challenging. But here are some strategies that could help understand your audience. Identify who are targeted audience is, well, that's a good start. Create quality content, always a good thing. Use the right keywords and hashtags. Engage with your audience leverage. If you were here to ask a more specific question, what's your audience sizes may be what your age group was that you're targeting, maybe the country or the product that you're selling, etc, etc. You will give better answers. The more specific, the more contexts that you can give them more information that you can give chatty, the better the answer will be. But this is a great technique to ask for advice. That's exactly what we're doing here. We're getting a lot of different types of answers and varieties of ways of how you can improve whatever you are doing. So this is a time-saver for sure. If you don't have a friend beside you, you can ask shut GPT-2 advice you on whatever you are running in as issues. So without further ado, I'll see you in the next video. 15. Advanced Prompt Engineering: Welcome back. In this lecture, you're going to be learning about advanced prompt engineering and fine tuning. So first things first, what is it? Well, advanced prompt engineering involves using more complex methods to guide chat GPT-2 responses. So reasonably, you might wonder, what are more complex methods? Well, we're referring to two things here. Number one, learning to use the different techniques that you've been learning about earlier in this section and learning how to combine them to get the desired results. And number two, learning to use modifiers on those different techniques to get your desired result. E.g. if you are using the fourth grader technique, which means you're getting a complex texts explained to you like you're a fourth grader, you might find that the results you're getting is too simplistic. So what you can do is you can start scaling it up and use a technique like explain it to me like I'm a sixth grader, a seventh grader, an eighth grader, and just scale up that complexity until you hit your sweet spot. So that is how we start becoming advanced, that prompt engineering, realizing the toolbox we have and adapting it. So why should we be using advanced prompt engineering well, to gain better control over AI outputs, enhancing accuracy and relevance. And this is all just a fancy way of saying, the better we are with our prompt engineering, the better results we are going to get from chat GPT, your answers will only be as good as the questions you pose. And prompt engineering is all about getting the questions right. So when is basic prompt engineering not enough? And when do you need to use more advanced skills? One basic prompts are not yielding the desired results for more complex queries. So basically, whenever you are using any of the previous methods and you're finding that it's too limited, you're not getting the results you're looking for. That's when you need to start fine-tuning. Meaning you need to start realizing that maybe this technique isn't working, or maybe you need to combine the technique you're using together with a different technique. And of course, complex queries might be that you're writing an article and you're looking for different tones of voices, for different sections. Maybe the introduction needs to be simplistic. Maybe the middle part needs to be more advanced and maybe you need a bullet point there. The conclusion at the end, all of these is going to require different types of prompts techniques in order to achieve that result. So how are we going to get advanced prompt engineering by understanding a nice mechanism which you've been learning all about, you can manipulate prompts for better contexts, tone, or detail. And that's exactly what you've been learning, a bunch of different techniques. Now you're going to learn how to combine them, what results you will get when you combine them, and then how to fine tune the techniques. In other words, change them up based on the results that chat GPT is giving you. The. So first, I'm going to be writing an article using advanced prompt engineering in showing you what it might look like. And then you are going to get your hands dirty and get some assignments will you will get to do the same. So let's get started. So we're going to need two things in order to start writing our article. And you can do this with me or you can just watch me do it doesn't matter. In the next lecture you're gonna get an assignment. You will be getting your hands dirty. Anyway. We're going to start off. We need, of course, chat GBT. And it doesn't matter if you use the free version or the plus version, they work just as good. And then also we're going to need somewhere to put the text in. I'm going to be using Google Documents. Doesn't matter if you're using a Mac, book pages, PC, Microsoft Office doesn't matter what you use in just whatever it takes documents. So what I'm going to do is that I'm going to be writing an article about AI's impact on health care. And I have a prompt prepared here. First, let's look at the prompt and then dissect it, act as a health care expert. Summarize the influence of AI technologies in the healthcare industry over the last decade, use the professional tone of voice. So there are three different prompt engineering techniques being used here. First, we have the act as technique. We're using the act as a health care expert, which means the chat GPT. We'll be simulating a health experts, which means that the answer we will be getting will be angled through that niche, which is exactly what we're looking for for this particular article. And then we're using the summarize techniques, summarize the influence of AI technologies in the healthcare industry over the last decade. So rather than getting very specific texts, we're getting a summary text. And then finally we are using prompt priming, giving it some context to how it should be acting, use a professional tone of voice. Now chances are this is probably not going to be good enough, but it's going to be a great start. I'm going to send this away and then I'm going to start fine-tuning and iterating. So the results are in if you want to read the results, I'm just going to scroll through. You can pause this lecture and read it. It's not important that you do, but you can if you want to, so that you know what we're working with there. Now, while the text is a good start, there are a couple of issues with it. First of all, it's not formatted in a nice article format, rather we're getting points here in short summaries of all these different points. The second thing is that it's using quite a difficult language, which is not going to be very read friendly for our article. So I'm going to start off by some iterations. And if you remember, an iteration is when I am giving chat GPT more context based on the result that I have just received. Once I've done some iterations, I'm going to look at fine tuning. And fine-tuning is simply adding or removing a certain prompt engineering technique. So once again, iteration is all about providing additional context from the result you have garden. While fine tuning is all about changing the technique based on the result you have garden and we'd technique, we're referring to prompt engineering techniques I've started working on the iterations and I've written so far, change it into an article format and use more paragraphs to make it easier to read using proper paragraph spacing is very important when it comes to writing articles, especially if you're planning on publishing the articles online. And I've also read and write an introduction and end with bullet point conclusions. So all of this is just iterations. I'm giving it more contexts. It has a better understanding of what I want. I also want to fine tune it slightly. So here in the beginning where it says write an introduction and end with bullet point conclusions. I'm going to add write an introduction where you explain it to me like a fourth grader. As the article progresses may get increasingly complex. And then I'm going to change this and with bullet point conclusions. And while it will understand typos, There's no need to add in the typos if you can see them. So now I'm using the fourth grader technique here as well. And I'm also making my own requests and this is a part of more advanced prompt engineering. What I'm saying, pass the article progresses, make it increasingly complex. That is not a set technique in itself, but that is something that I desire for this article. So I'm going to try sending it out and see what the results are as if I'm happy with this. So a big part of being great at prompt engineering is about being creative. So let's send this away and see what we get. The results are in. And I'm just going to scroll through this. You can pause anytime if you want to read the text so that you know what we're working with here. Also, I want to show you that it did sort of stop in the middle here. Usually what you need to do at that point, it's just right. Continue and then it will finish where it left off. It didn't that these points I wrote continue it started off with something else. Instead I wrote finished the conclusion section. And now it's sort of 3D the whole conclusions here and gave us some more. So once again, we're not always going to get the result we're looking for, but we are going to fine tune our techniques so that we make sure we get the results that we need. Now looking up it is, this is all looking incredible. There are some sections here that I might not be the biggest fan of, but I'm going to show you how I work with that. I'm going to start off by copying all of this and then I'm going to leave the conclusions because it's down there. I'm going to copy it, jump in here and paste it in. Then I'm going to select Command a to select everything. Go down to format, clear formatting it just like that. And now I'm just going to do my own formatting. So I'm going to make a header. Let's do this at 18. And I bolded, I'm going to select everything and changes into Montserrat. I think that's a nice one. I'm going to center it. I'm going to change all of this text and make it slightly bigger into 12. There we go. And now we just need to make some spaces here to do a better formatting myself. So as you can see, all of these has lost its formatting, but this is an easy fix for that. I'll just select them, bold them just like this. And now we have a nice article in no time. So there are some things that I didn't like in here and there often will be when we're working with chat GPT, but that is fine. We can continue iterating or fine-tuning until we get what we want. But if there are minor mistakes, all we can do is like this, e.g. the doctors super Hilbert. That sounds too much like talking to a kid. The doctors helper, I'm fine. Imagine if your Dr. had a super-smart helper. I'm gonna change that to unintelligent robotic helper, one that could remember millions of things all at once. You could see patterns that human might miss. So again, if there are minor things we don't like, we can easily just change them. Now, let's head back. I'm going to grab all of this information, paste it in, Clear Formatting, change to two months it out. I'm gonna change it to 12. I'm going to bold formatted a little bit easy-peasy in no time we're getting an article. Now, let's see how we can expand this. So we've gotten a nice article, but we want to expand it and make it even bigger. So now I'm prompting, advise me on what else I should be writing about in this article that has the same theme, AI's impact on the health care industry. Let's send it away. And once again, the results are in. You can just pause this lecture and read through this if you want to see what we're working with here. Now, I'm just going to choose one that I want to expand my article with. And I'm going to go with down here, I think this is interesting, training health care professionals. Now when I create a prompt, I'm going to use a version of the right leg meat technique. But rather than asking you to write like me specifically, I'm going to ask you to use a similar pattern of writing that it wrote the previous article width. So I'm going to write, write an article on training health care professionals through a, I write in the same way that you wrote the previous article. I'm going to send it away and see what we get. Once again, the results are in. I'm going to scroll through it if you want to read all of it so you know what we're working with or rather the results we have garden. I am a really big fan of this because it's truly writing like it did in the previous article. We have an introduction here, is using a super simple language. As it progresses, the language gets increasingly complex. It's still explaining every single words such as VR for virtual reality, etc. Being very clear that the article is teaching the reader something. And at the end we have a conclusion in a bullet point list and some final words. I'm loving this. All I'm gonna do is I'm going to grab all of this text, go in, I'm going to move down. I'm going to paste it in, select all of it, format, clear formatting. There we go. And rather than the introduction, I'm going to call it training health care professionals through a select all of it like this, change it to Montserrat, going to make it the size 12 because that's how I like it. And now I just need to start formatting it properly. So I'm going to bold this and that's it. Now we have a big, nice five-page long article going on here, at least 4.5. And if we go up to Tools that's in here, at least in Google Documents and then word count, we can see that we have gotten 1404 words in here. Very impressive. And this is how prompt engineering works. In real life, we've been using iterations, which means giving it more context based on the information on the answers we're getting from chatty beauty. And we'd been fine tuning it, which means adding in more techniques and removing some techniques in order to get our desired results in simple terms, the more you use chat GPT and the more you learn of the different prompt engineering methods to use, the more advanced you will get because you will start to seeing pattern in the results you're getting. In the next lecture, we're going to start practicing you in these already and make you an advanced prompt engineer. You are going to get five different assignments to complete. And that's all I'm going to say for now. I'm going to let you know more of the context in the next lecture, but just know that this will really expand your horizons and train you well. Hope you are excited. Time to get our hands dirty. See you in the next lecture. 16. Blog Post Articles: Welcome back. In this lecture, you're going to learn how to quickly and effectively use chat GPT in order to create blog posts and articles. So to do this, you're going to need two things. You are going to need chat GPT, of course, and then also somewhere that you want to publish it. If you're writing an article, that could just be as simple as Google documents. And if you're writing a blog post, you are going to want to be in a new post on your website, on your blog. So imagine that you are a startup founder and you're looking to write a blog post on the benefits of using AI for small businesses. So all I would do is use a prompt like this, write a blog post about the benefits of using AI in small businesses. And then I'm going to hit Enter and the results are in. So we have a title, we have an introduction and we have a bunch of different benefits. Just what we're looking for. So all I need to do is start off by grabbing the title. I'm going to copy it, paste in the title here, then head back. I'm not going to grab the introduction because it doesn't need to see introduction at the top. I'm just going to grab the text here and select all of it. Copy, head back in here, click on the block and paste it in. So here we have the article copy pasted in, in no time, super quick, super effective. If we want to know how long it is, we can move up here and then go to outline and we can see that it has 516 words. Normally for a blog article you want to be at about 1,500 to 2,500. So what we could do is head back and then we could write, write more benefits, hit Enter, and now we have even more benefits. I'm going to go ahead and grab all of this text starting from number one all the way down. I'm not going to grab the conclusion in here. I'm going to copy it, head back and I'm going to paste it in just before conclusion. I'm going to paste it in just like that. And as you can see, here we are at six and here it's starting over at one. So what I want to do is that I want to change this numbered lists by clicking here and making it into a paragraph. I'm going to go ahead and do the same things with the previous ones to show you how you can very quickly format your blog articles with subheaders to make it look even better. I'm going to change this one to a paragraph and then move down and do the same on all of these. And then I'm going to format them so they look the same. I'm going to hit Enter so that it moves down. And then I'm going to remove this double colon like this. It just quick formatting. And once I've done that, I'm going to turn them all into sub headers, and this is how you do that. You click your mouse just before where you want there to be a sub-header and then you're going to write hashtag, hashtag, hashtag space. And that is going to turn it to a sub-header. Three, if you want the sub header to, you make two hashtags. If you want the header. One, you just do a single hashtag, but three is usually a good idea and depending on your color theme, of course two is going to have a different color for is going to have yet another color. But for this one, we're going to use three and I'm going to do it on all of them. There we go. So let's check out the preview. Here we have the article and ask for any blog article you want to make sure that you add a proper amount of images to it and make it look good and keep sending away prompts until you have over 1,500 words. But now you know exactly how to do it and it's very simple to do if you want to learn the advanced version of creating blogposts, using SCO and optimizing your entire blog post for a specific keyword in order to rank better with your blog post on the search engines checkout. The SEO section in the course will teach you the advanced techniques of doing just this width copy paste prompts. But if not, if you're looking to make simpler articles or blog posts just like this, you will have more than enough. So to reiterate, all you need to do is write, write a blog post about the benefits of and then whatever you want your blog posts to be about, and then you'll have it right there. Well done. See you in the next lecture. 17. Creative Writing: Welcome back. In this lecture, you're going to learn how to use chat GPT for creative writing, both when it comes to creating a completely new story, but also maybe most importantly for you creatives out there, what to do if you're stuck in a rut? So let's use this example. I'm writing a sci-fi story, and after a lot of writing, I find myself to be stuck and I don't know what to do next. Well, what I could do then is I can head over to chat GPT, and then I can write a prompt such as continue a sci-fi story where the main character discovers they can communicate with machines and then I hit Enter. So once we get the result from chat DBT, there are really two approaches we can take care. The first approach is to read through all of these. Get inspired because remember, there's no one who owns this, takes chat UP te, doesn't own it. You are free to use it in any creative endeavor you want for your story. So you can use these things to get inspired, head back to your own creative writing and then use it as a source of inspiration. That would be the first approach. The second approach would be to add in more contexts. So the chat GPT could really solve the rot for you, e.g. so now I've added in some contexts and I've written the main character's name is Kylie. She lives on the planet Pythagorean and haven't noticed subtle, yet emerging sensations within herself of feelings being developed for the robots. As she had discovered the robust recipient, she couldn't help but set out on a mission to tell the world of her discovery. So the more contexts would give chat DBT, the more accurate the answers will be. Of course, if you are looking for more than just an inspiration, maybe even getting a proper story continuation of your story put in your hand. You can add in enough contexts, hit Enter and see what's being generated. So we've gotten an amazing continuation of our story here. All I'm gonna do is that I'm going to go ahead and select it all coping, head back to where we were writing. I'm going to paste it in. I'm going to select all of it, format, Clear Formatting, going to turn it into Montserrat 12. Then I'm just going to format it a little better like this. Make some paragraphs so that it's easier to read. And then I'm just going to read through it, adapted to my story and continue on. And these are the two different methods that you can use to get out of a rut in your creative writing. Either you're writing a simple prompt where you just described the very main plot and you ask for a story where you get different names and different scenarios, but that inspire you to be creative with your story. Or you give the whole shebang, the whole contents, then you get a proper continuation of the story from chat GBT, either way works. And of course, if you want to create a new story completely from scratch and have the creative side in your takeover. All you need to do is prompt, write a story about, and then add in whatever you can be very short and let more creatives go to chat DBT, or you can add in a ton of context and more context and more accurate is going to be according to what you have added in. So make sure that you have a lot of fun with this. I mean, if you were created before and now you have access to chat GBT, wow, endless possibilities. See you in the next lecture. 18. Educational Content: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to create educational interactive content. So let's say that you are developing an online course and you're teaching about economics. And you want to create a multi-choice quiz in order to have your teaching material be a little more interactive and interesting. So let's go ahead and use chatty. But for this, so I'm going to use a prompt here like this, sign a ten question multiple choice quiz to assess understanding of the principles of economics for a university level online course. So understand that I'm writing for a university level online course doesn't mean that it has to be it for a university or any such content, but rather it's setting the level knowledge and the level of difficulty off these questions. So I'm gonna go ahead and send this away. And then here's our answer. So we get the different questions and we get the multiple choices that comes with it. And then at the very bottom, we get what the different answers are. So we get literally everything we need here from a single prompt. So what I'm going to do from here is that I'm going to move into Google Forms and this is easily accessible. You just need to go to I'm going to put it in the resources to, I'm gonna go to the lower part and click on create new form. And then I'm going to start off by just naming this, let's call it a economics one-on-one. I'm not gonna give it a description. I'm just going to move on to the first question. I'm going to go into chat GBT. I'm going to grab the First-Gen, copy it, paste it in. I'm going to move down towards this option one, because notice it's already add multiple choice while there are different types of quizzes and assignments we can use, we're looking to make a multi-choice quiz, so we're just going to leave this on default. I'm going to grab the first answer here, copy it, move in, pasted into option one, click on Add option, jump back here. I'm going to copy the second one and paste it in. Now I'm gonna do this for all of these. And when I've completed my first question, I just go to the plus here to the right where it says Add question. I'm going to click on it and now I continue and we will get to the second question. I copy it, I paste it in. And once you've added in all of the different questions and all of the possible answers in here. You can either leave it and just go through with it like this, or you can make it slightly more automated and have the students get instant feedback to do this, we just go to Settings and then where it says make this a quiz, we're going to activate it. So release grades immediately after each submission. So that means that we can start giving them different scores and show them which is the correct answer and which is the wrong answer. And if you don't want to use grades, you just want to show them what's right or wrong. You can go down to zero point values and turn this one off. So now when we come back to questions, we'll make sure that we select the question we want to use. If I want to use this one, I just click inside this field. And down below we have an answer key. I'm going to click there, and now I get to select which one is the right answer. So economic principle, this stays people face trade-offs means there's going to be, you have to give up something to get something else. I'm going to mark this as the correct answer. You can also add in feedback down here, we're going to look at that in a second. I'm gonna go down, I'm going to select this one as well. Click on answer key, gonna be opportunity costs. I'm going to continue down adding the next answer, moved down, select the last answer, answer key, that's going to be inflation. And of course, remember, if you forget the answers are you don t know the answers. We still have them in here from chatty, witty, and if you don't have them, you just are such APT for the answers. And then I'm gonna do the answer key for the last one as well. Now from here, we can either be happy with it the way it is, which is very simple and straightforward and we send them out or we can go ahead and add in some direct feedback as well. So what I can do is I can select the form, I can click on, Add answer feedback. I can give an incorrect answer and a correct answer here. So if I don't want to do this myself, all I would need to do is go ahead and write in here. And I write for each assignment, right and educational takes for choosing the right answer and when choosing the wrong answer, and I'm going to send it away. And now from here we have a correct answer and an incorrect answers. So let's start with the first one, the correct answer for b. I'm just going to go ahead and select this. Jump back in here. I'm going to click on correct answers. I'm going to paste it in. Then I'm going to move to incorrect answers. Jump back, select this text, copy it, and then all I need to do is do the very same thing for the rest of the questions and the answers down here. Remember everything is here in chat GPT. Then once you're done, you can give your own former name, economics one-on-one is very good for your own sake. This is going to be shown for the students and to send it away is super-duper simple. We're going to move to the upper-right corner where it says Send. You can decide on if you're going to collect people's e-mail addresses. If you do collect people's email addresses, makes sure that you make those students and people are aware of this because by law, you need to have consent to collect email addresses. So from here you can e-mail people writing their email. But the, by far the easiest way to share these form of quizzes is by moving over to the link in the middle, click on shortened URL so that the link looks more harmless. Copy this link and then just send it out. And once you're done, you're going to see all of the responses in here under the responses tab. And this is going to allow you to get a really good overview of where your students are, how they're doing, what answers you're getting. And of course, this is for educational content. You could use this for feedback surveys as well. But in this lecture specifically, we use it to create educational content. So this is how simple it is to teach people through interactive means using chatty, BUT make sure that you go to chat GPT, asked for what it is that you're looking for, the more contexts you give them more specific, the reply is going to be go-to forms that create a new form, copy paste in all of the questions, all of the answers, mark the correct answers, give them some feedback for correct answers, given us some feedback for incorrect answers. Go ahead and click on Send, shorten the link and send it out to everyone. And it is that simple, well done. And now you know the power of combining forms, WeChat, TBT. Let's move on and I'll see you in the next lecture. 19. Summarizing Articles & Documents: Welcome back. In this lecture, you're going to learn how to use chat GPT to summarize the big pieces of takes such as documents and articles. So you can get a nice overview and save a ton of time. So the first thing we want to do is that we want to find our piece of text or documents. And let's say that I'm reading something on medium and I think this article looks really interesting, however, is a decently long article and there are other articles or want to read as well. I want to understand the information, but I don't want to spend all this time reading it through. So what I can do is that I can copy the entire tech starting from the very beginning here, selected all the way to the bottom, copy it, head back over to chat GPT and then write a prompt that says summarize this article in five sentences in a list. I'm going to hold Shift, Enter, Enter, and here I'm just going to paste the entire article in and then hit Enter. And here we have all of the information summarized nicely and concisely. So this is one of the best techniques you can use whenever you need to understand large volumes of data and texts in a very short time, should you ever get an error that there's too much text and just do it in segments. You take a piece of texts, ask it to summarise, take the next piece of texts to ask it to summarize that part and then you grab all of those summaries and then you ask it to summarize all of the collected summaries. That way you can have massive amounts of text and data and take all those summaries into one larger summary. And we're talking about spending a couple of minutes at most and then getting data and information that would normally take hours to understand otherwise. So this technique is amazing for quick learning of big volumes of data and texts. Amazing make sure that you play around with this yourself and I'll see you in the next lecture. 20. Generating Research Ideas: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to super quickly generate a research ideas for whatever article or thesis that you need to be writing. And of course, we're going to be using the most creative tool in the entire world, chat GPT. Let's say that I have my topic and I want to do my research for AI in education, the question is, what should the topic B, what should I be researching? Well, the first thing I can do is create a prompt for that. And the prompt looks like this. Generate a list of research questions for a thesis on the use of AI in education. Hit Enter. So amazingly here I've got an, a list of 20 questions for my research on the use of AI in education. So what I could do now to get properly organized is that I could go to and sign up. It's completely free and if you use your Gmail or something to set up is just under 1 min and you're in there, you're gonna get to the trailer workspace that looks like this once you're in here and I'm just calling my workspace chat GPT workspace. We can call it whatever it doesn't matter. I'm going to go down and click on create new board. I'm going to give this board title. In education, visibility is going to be private because it's only for me, of course you can add multiple people and you could all work together on this. I'm going to click on Create. Now in here we have three sections automatically set up to do that. We're supposed to do the doing and the down and we can leave them like this, but we could also change them. So e.g. for my research, I could change it to do and I could call it ideas. Doing could be writing. This currently in writing and done can be completed. Now, all I need to do is add in the ideas the chat GPT just gave me. Just go in here, I grab the first one, copy it, jump back, click on Add Card, paste it in add card, and then the second one, copy jumping pasted in AD card. I'm going to do this all of them. Once we've added in our list of ideas, we can start segmenting all of our ideas and work based on the progress that we're making. So e.g. let's say that I like this one. To what extent can AI replace or supplement the role of a human teacher? Well, that is something I want to be writing. I'm also, all I'm gonna do is I'm going to click and hold and drag it under where it says writing here. So this way we can use chat GBT to get a massive amount of research ideas, adding those ideas and then check through them, adding the ones that we like into the writing section right about them. And then when we're done, we just add them being completed. And eventually you're going to have gone through a lot of these. Maybe you're writing multiple, you're combining them, you're adding into your completed list and before you know it, your thesis will be completed. And of course, if you're adding in all of your ideas here and you're finding that, hey, this is a pretty bad idea. Let's say this one, potential implications for, for special education. Maybe that doesn't fit your thesis. You can click on the right button up there and then just move down and click on archive and it's gone. It's that simple. Now of course there's a lot more we can do with Trello, but this isn't really about Trello. This is about how to use chat GPT to get a lot of research ideas quickly and then how to organize them and start putting them into practice. So in this way, writing my thesis on AI in education is gonna be no problem thanks to chat GPT and thanks to organizing them in Trello. So make sure that you do this yourself when you need to generate a research ideas because it's so quick and it's so effective and organizing is a key point when chatty, but it gives you so much good information. See you in the next lecture. 21. Fact Checking & Validating Information: Welcome back. In this lecture, you will learn how to fact check and validate the information that she had GPT gives you. This is so important because it's no secret and you should know this by now. The chat GPT will make up its own facts. It will lie about numbers, and it will invent whatever information it needs to fit its own narrative. So not everything that chat GPT says is true. Which means that when it comes to researching information and doing information synthesis, we need to be extra careful with the output, the chatty, but it gives us, we could even ask chat GPT directly. I'll ask how good are you at fact-checking and providing sources to the information you find and hit Enter. So chatty Betsy says, as an AI, I don't actively fact check or provide sources for the information I share in real-time because I don't have the ability to browse the Internet or access new information beyond my training cutoff in September 2021, however, my responses are based on a wide array of information from diverse and reputable services including textbooks, academic papers, etc. I strongly recommend uses verify important facts independently. So chatty Putty Nose of its own weakness. And in this lecture, we are going to learn how to cover this weakness so we can still use the most amazing tool in the world, chat DBT, in order to research fact checked information and validate that information. So let's use the prompt and get some hard statistical facts that we can actually check. So I'm going to use the prompt, gives me ten statistical facts about starting a restaurant business and hit Enter. So we've gotten some hard facts here from chat GPT. The first one is success rate. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the US, about 60% of new restaurants fail within the first year and nearly 80% shutter before their fifth anniversary. Shutter, meaning closed down. So in order to fact check this, all I'm going to do is that I'm going to grab this piece of statement or this piece of claimed fact. I'm going to copy it. Then I'm going to go to a site called perplexity. Perplexity is completely free. All we need to do is move over to the box in here that says, ask anything, you're going to let it browse the Internet. I'm going to paste it in and then I'm going to hit Enter. So now what this tool is going to do for us is going to try to find sources for the claim. So it says the exact failure rate for restaurants is difficult to determine and varies depending on the source. Here are some statistics from the search results. Then National Restaurant Association estimates a 20% success rate for all restaurants. Now, if I wanted to check out that source, we can see that there is a one here. If I hold command and I click there, I can go straight to that source and start reading it through. So perplexity gives me access to the sources of information that it finds based on the information that we paste in front, chatty be t. So this is sort of a shortcut where we can grab claims from chat TBT, you put it into perplexity. Perplexity will try to verify it and give you the sources of the information so you can verify it yourself. So here, e.g. we can also read the National Restaurant Association estimates that a 30% failure rate is the norm in the US restaurant industry. We can check out the source in here. And when we're talking about reputable sources, food, that is going to be highly reputable source. We can read through these and look for the facts that we're looking for. And further down, we have a 2014 study, but to UC Berkeley economists reported that 70% of independently owned full-service restaurant startup failed within the first year. Again, we can click here, check out the article and verify it ourselves. At the bottom we get a conclusion that says, overall, while there is no definitive answer to what the exact failure rate for restaurants is, it is clear that it's a challenging industry with a high rate of failure. That is true. But if we look around, we can see that 80% fail within the five years of opening, which is this claim as a dependent shattered anniversary. And there is a source to it right here we can see the National Restaurant Association estimates that 30% failure rate is the norm in the US restaurant industry. We can see about 60% of restaurants fail within their first year and 80 per cent fatal within five years of opening, which is the exact claim, which is also from chat GBT. And now we have that source here. So all in all for this piece of information, while it does jump up and down, these estimates are pretty good facts that now can be cited and sourced right here. So let's do another one. Startup costs, as surveyed by restaurant, found that the median cost to open a restaurant is $275,000 or $3,046 per seat. Owning the building is figured into the amount. The median cost is $425,000 or 3,000, $734,000. Proceed. Let's grab all of this claim, copy it, move back. And now I'm going to move to the left and click on new thread. I'm going to leave it on the internet, paste it in, hit Enter. So now the first piece of text forget, according to a survey by this is the restaurant. The median cost of opening a restaurant is, and these are the same numbers. However, if the opening of the building is just the same numbers and now we have a source. So let's go ahead and check out the source. So now all we need to do is scroll down, read through all of these, check out the source of the site, makes sure that it is valid. And then if it's sights, any additional links or information in here, check out those sources as well. But now we have a direct source to declaim the chat DBT made, that was made available to us thanks to perplexity. So we are able to verify these numbers as well. And we're gonna do one last example. The average annual sales for us restaurants are around $863,000 as per a toast report in 2019. I'm going to copy all of that new thread, paste it in, hit enter, and then we get the data from perplexity that says, according to a report at credibly, the average yearly revenue for our restaurant is about 486,000. However, this number can vary greatly due to factors such as seasonal changes and the success of individual restaurants. So what we wanna do here, of course, is to check out the source. So here's the source. I'm going to open it up. And in here I can of course read through the article and find the data and learn about it. I can also click on Command F and search for those specific types of data that I'm looking for. So it's at 486, $486,000, which is a fact that we can verify with a source at The question is, we were doing fact checking for annual sales for us restaurants. So the question is, what is credibly based on? We can go back to the source, we can click on About and click on Company. And we can see that it says, we serve businesses in over 325 industries across the US. So they are a US based company and they're doing US based surveys. So all in all, coming back to our fact-checking, this number sounds too high. It does seem like the actual number here is closer to $486,000. And that is also in number that we can verify with a source. And this is going to be so important when we do our fact-checking and validate any information that we find, it's always better to use a source for any facts and claims that we make. So this would be the new number and shared GPT couldn't really backup what it said. But here we can, thanks to combining chat GPT with perplexity. So once again, whenever you need to verify any facts or validate any data, go to, use and new thread search the Internet, copy paste in the claim and then check out the source to make sure that it is true or it's not true. And you're also going to find that reading through this text is immensely helpful. It's usually going to tell you right off if it's true, if it's not true, if it's likely or not likely to, and what the sources are. And then you have everything you need to create a ton of information with chat DBT, and validate everything with credible sources. Amazing. So let's move on and I'll see you in the next lecture. 22. Information Curation: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to use chat GPT to do information curation. If you don't know what that is, basically it's the ability to gather a lot of data and then only selecting the highest quality of all of that data and saving it down and using it while you can do information curation for any topic within any industry. In this example, let's pretend that I'm a journalist and I'm writing about climate change and focusing on the climate change effects on weather patterns. So I might use a prompt, it looks something like this. Create an article outline about the impact of climate change on global weather patterns. This outline should include introduction key points to be discussed, potential counterarguments, and conclusion. So basically the context here is going to be very important. We want to make sure that we do have a nice introduction, key points to be discussed and also counter arguments always include the counter arguments. That's going to help you realize what's going to be high-quality content and what isn't going to be as high-quality content, it gives you a better overview. So I'm going to send this away and once I get the outline, all I'm gonna do is copy it. I can move to the right and click on Copy here, I'm going to open a document. I prefer to use Google Docs doesn't matter if you're using pHs or Microsoft Office or OpenOffice. And then I'm going to paste it in. Then I'm just going to do some basic formatting. I'm going to make this bigger, let's say eight C and I'm going to bold it, center it, bold all of these different parts and remove the stars. So we get a nice formatting. There we go. And then I'm going to select a different font. I'm gonna do Command a to select everything changed from Arial to Montserrat. I'm going to make sure that all of these texts and not the actual header, is going to be at 12. And there we go. Here's our outline. Now the next step is going to be to look over this and see what do we like, what do we want more of and what do we want less of? Let's say that I'm looking through this and I realized that this is not a section that I think is interesting enough for this outline, the mitigation and adaptation strategies to what I could do is that I could just remove this, then let's say the role of climate models in predicting future weather patterns. This sounds really interesting. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to copy this one and then I'm gonna go to chat to PT and say expand this section and then jump down and paste it in and send it away. And now I'm getting a really nice expansion of this section. So all I'm gonna do is that I'm going to grab all of it just like this, all the way down. I'm going to copy it, head back and then I'm going to select all of this and then paste it in. And of course we're going to have to reformat it. So it looks a little strange now, we're going to select all of it, go to Format, Clear Formatting. I'm going to change it to Montserrat. We're going to make it 12. I'm going to make this bold. And then all of these different points I can make bold as well. And now I have literally started creating my outline. And this is exactly how information curation works using chat GPT start off by asking for an outline and give it the contexts where, what is it about? What do you want to have included? You want the topic and overview of the topic. You want to have the key points. You want to have a counter argument and you want to have a conclusion, and you're probably going to want to have an introduction as well. Once you get that outline pasted into some sort of document, I prefer to use Google Docs, look through it and then see what do you want to keep and what do you want to elaborate on? Simply remove the ones you don't want and then expand the ones that you do want. And if you're missing something, you go to chat DBT and ask for more. And when you elaborate on them, simply asked chat GPT to expand a certain section or a certain key point or whatever it might be. And you're going to get a lot more information on it, pasted in, formatted nicely. And now you have the beginning of your article, which for me as a journalist writing on climate change in weather patterns, I'm already starting to get a nice article right in front of me through this information curation. So this is how it works. Now it is your turn, play around with it. It is a huge time-saver and it's such an effective way of working on when it comes to curating information. See you in the next lecture. 23. Discussion Initiator: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to find great and insightful questions to initiate any discussion. And while this could be used for everyday life, Let's say that you're hosting a dinner at home and you're having some guests over, this could be a great opener for you to memorize in order to start some great conversations. But most likely the great This use for this is going to be finding questions to use in podcasts. So let's say e.g. that I run a business podcast and I'm going to have an entrepreneur over as a guest. This is going to be a successful entrepreneur who has built a large e-commerce brand. I want to ask some great questions to get some insightful answers for my listeners. So I'm going to prompt this and then I'm going to write it up and make some space for the answers. So I'm going to go ahead and write something like generate five discussion questions for an upcoming podcasts episode featuring a successful entrepreneur who has built a global e-commerce brand. The questions should focus on business strategy, leadership, challenges in e-commerce and future trends in the industry. Of course, as always, context is important. Let's send it away. And here are the different questions. So all I'm going to do is move over to the right to copy them all. Move over to a document. I like Google Docs, you can use pages or Microsoft Office OpenOffice, whatever you prefer to use. I'm going to paste them in. I'm gonna do some basic formatting. I'm going to remove these stars and to make this bold, there we go. And for my own readability, I'm just going to select it all. I'm going to change it to months it out, size 12. And now I can format this a little bit better for myself. So first of all, we get the different topics, which is amazing. It's going to help us to say podcast host, get that red thread through the entire podcasts. You know, what topic are we on and what are we progressing towards? It says on business strategy, you've built a global e-commerce brand that has seen tremendous success. Can you walk us through your initial business strategy when you first started out? Great. I want to format this down to the next question. I removed that little thing. There we go. How did it evolve over time? And what key strategic decisions did you think contributed most to your current success? I'm gonna do the same on, on leadership because there seems to be two questions per topic here. So I'm just going to format them. So this is going to be easier for me to read when I'm in the podcast, the future is actually just one. And there we go. Now we have everything we need. Now of course, if I want to have a more topics and more questions and more discussions, I could get 101-520-2530 depending on the length of the podcast, depending on how long I expect the answers to be and what I might need. And of course, if you doing this because you're interviewing someone perhaps, than what you could do is you could use move down like this and you could bold and right answer. And then you could type in the answer that you get as a reply from the person that you are interviewing. And this way you can very easily find open questions, meaning questions that orange is going to be replaced with a yes or no. That's gonna give you insightful answers on topics that you're looking to get answers on. So to learn how to initiate any discussion, just go to chat GPT asked chat typically degenerate the discussion questions on whatever topic you're asking for and give it as much context as possible. And once you get to reply, if you need more, simply asked for more. It is this simple, It's absolutely amazing. Let's progress in the course. I'll see you in the next one. 24. Goal Setting & Tracking: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to do goal setting and track those goals to make sure that you achieve it. And of course, we're going to take it to the next level by using chat GPT. So let's say that I have a goal where I want to become more productive. So what I would do is that I would create a prompt looking like this. It says, helped me set a smart goal and a detailed plan to increase my productivity by 30% in the next three months. So it is a good idea to include the word smart goal. It is a method of goal setting that stands for specific, achievable, measurable, relevant, and time-bound. It's just a way for chat TBT is to give it enough context and enough information so that you know exactly what the goal is and exactly when you want to achieve it. So in here I've also added in, I plan to increase my productivity by 30% in the next three months. Now of course, it won't know if 30% from what, but it does know that it wants you to be more productive over this period of time. So it will give you a starting point with productivity and then increase with 30% over those three months. So let's send this away. I'm going to hit Enter. So here's chatty Betty's reply. The goal, of course, is the increased personal productivity by 30% in the next three months. Now it's going to break it down through the filter of a smart goal. And the first thing it will ask you is, your goal is to increase your productivity. But what kind of productivity are we talking about? This could refer to a wide range of tasks such as finishing projects faster, spending less time on unnecessary tests, or improving the quality of your work. What you could do at this point is to be more specific. I could give it the context here and say, and to be specific, I could add in to be specific, I want to increase the total amount of work done in a regular day by 30% from now. This means getting find more tasks completed. We don't have to, if we don't want to be more specific because chatty, but he also says, for the sake of this example, let's say your goal is to complete your daily tasks 30% faster without compromising the quality of your work. So let's say that is actually what I mean by increasing my productivity by 30%, then I don't have to add in anything additional here, but make sure that you read through so it understands exactly what your goal is and that it got it right. Otherwise, we need to give it more context and redefine our goals. Scrolling down, we're getting a weekly plan. So we have week one, week two to three, week four to five weeks six to seven, and then nine to five. Well, so what we want to do now is we want to organize this so that we can track it properly and start putting in the work in order to actually achieve our goal. To do this, I'm going to be using Trello is completely free. Just go to, sign up, log in with your Gmail or whatever you want to login with. It's super fast and you'll be right here. Then we're gonna go down and click on create new board. I'm going to call this increase productivity by 30% go, I'm gonna make the visibility into private because I want this to be for me only click on Create. The first thing I'm going to do is just to mimic the timeframe the chat GPT has given me, which is first week one and then two to three and then four to five. So this one will be called weak one. Week two to three, week four to five, and then six to 89 to 12. Great. So now I have all of my weeks in here. I'm going to add in the tasks that chatty, but he has given me, I'm going to copy all of these task one, moved back, click on Add Card, paste it in the card. I'm going to move back task two, I'm going to copy all of that, paste it in, click on Add Card. Now, I'm going to jump over to the next week, two to three, I'm going to do this same thing here. I'm going to copy it, paste it in, and I'm going to continue doing this until I fill them all out. And once you've added them all in, this is where your work starts. First of all, of course, we are on week one. You need to take a note of what day it is so that you know, when a new week starts from you, we always start week one on the very same day that we're starting the entire goal setting with. So if we start week one on a Friday, then of course, week to these tasks will become available one week later on that Friday. So the first assignment we get is task one. Start by tracking your current productivity. Use the productivity app or simply time yourself with a stopwatch is the how long your usual tasks take you. Now in order to track my progress properly, what I'm going to do is then I'm going to click in on the task here. And down here, I can write in my own comments. I could write in e.g. today, timed myself, I had to do ten tasks. Usually, I have eight to 12. It took me 8.5 h, which is average. So knowing that it took about 8.5 h for me to complete all my tasks. I am looking at an end goal down to three months line to complete a similar workload at about 5.5 h because that is 30%. So then I can do Save, and this is it for today. Now, the next day I can come in and I might do something like today. I did the same amount of tasks in 8 h and 15 min. Go down and click on save. And of course we are getting the time just up here so we can keep track on how we've been doing by clicking out of here. And then as we might be on week four or five and we're wondering, Oh, where was it that we started? We can go back to week one, check-in here and see how we did when we started off and where we might be now productivity wise when we're completing our tasks. And of course, if you need more customization, let's say Task2. Here it says identify the tasks that are the most important to you daily and weekly productivity. These are the tasks you'll be focusing on for this goal, you can add in more description, e.g. the tasks that I need to complete the daily are, then I would write them in here. I can make it bullet-pointed list, fix all orders, review customer sessions, et cetera, et cetera. And then I would have all that in the descriptions. And of course, if the goal was even different and I had a checklist of things I needed to accomplish this week. I could click on Save here, go to the right-click on checklist. I just going to call this checklist for now and then I could add those in. Fix all returns, update my Trello every evening, export my analytics data, click on Add, and then we're going to have the list in here so I can just check these off and then I'm gonna get a progress bar down here as well. So there's a lot of customizations we get with trailer that we can use to track or goal and make sure that we achieve the goal that we have set. So once again, in order to set a goal, track it, and achieve it, all you need is a simple prompt is has helped me set a smart goal. I recommend including that word and a detailed plan to and then write in your goal. And I recommend to be specific what the goal is, how much you want to improve by and in what time frame and clarifies your goal and you don t think is specific enough, all you need to do is give it more context. Run that prompt. You're gonna get a new goal setting and then add it all into Trello, just like this week-by-week. All the difference has you been given, go into them, follow up on your activity, make yourself accountable, checkout your constant progress and you will reach your goal in no time. Thanks to chat GPT, your hard work in your own organization skills. Well done. See you in the next lecture. 25. Learning New Skills & Topics: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to develop new skills and learn new topics using chat GPT. Now it doesn't matter if you're a complete beginner, intermediate, or advanced chat GPT is going to be one of the best teachers in the world. In fact, when you think about it, chatty putty is the collection of pretty much all of the teachers in the world able to teach you pretty much anything. So this is amazing. I'm going to pretend that I am a beginner programmer. Now, if I was a truly from scratch beginner programmer, I might ask chat t, but t is something like teach me Python programming as a complete beginner. But let's say that you are not a complete beginner. Let's say that you have some knowledge would encoding and you want to learn something specific within say, Python coding. I could write, explain the concept of lists in Python and provide some examples. So I'm going to send this away. So I've got an, a great response from the master teacher chat GPT. And it says a list in Python is a built-in data type that can contain multiple items in a specific order. Each item has its position, also known as an index that can be referred to the first item is at index zero and the second at index one and so on. Lists can contain any type of integers, floats, strings, are there, listen even objects, you can mix types in the same list. Here's how you can create a list in Python. So here we are getting the first example and let's say that I want to learn how to access these lists. So the first thing I can do is that I can just go ahead and grab the code of this list. This is the first list and for practicing purposes, I'm going to be using a Python console at So I'm going to write it in here. That's going to be the first one my list. And here's another one that uses strings. So I'm going to copy this code. And here's another one that is a mixed list. I'm going to copy this code two, and then I'm just going to run it. So now we have three different lists. So now that I'm learning about list and I've been given the list, I can learn starting off by just learning how to access them. So it says you can access items in our list. Index in Python, indexing starts at zero, which means that the first element is at position zero, the second is at position one and so on. So I would use this code print and then the list and then the index. So I'm going to try and see if I can work with this. So I have three lists, myList, fruits and mixed list. I'm going to start off by writing print and then I'm going to use my underlying list, the first one, and then I'm going to add in the index. So I'm going to add in index zero. So if I'm understanding this correctly, index zero should produce the number one because the index, the actual counting starts with zero. But the first one here, the actual Sarah, is the number one. So let's see, and it prints one. So this seems to be true and this seems to be working. Let's say that I use print and then I'm going to access fruits and I'm going to do, Let's go for cherries. Cherries should technically be number two in the index like this. And let's see the results we get share it. And finally, let's just access and mixed list as well. For the mixed list, I'm going to use index three, which should produce this 14.5. Let's see. Oh, and I can see that I actually missed the last piece of code here. So I'm going to repair that one. I'm going to copy it, paste it in. There we go. Let's see if we can get it to work now and we can end it produces 4.5. So this is a great way of using chat GBT to practice a skill that you've been given. Now of course, when I'm understanding how to access the list, I can also see how the list is built. I can start creating my own list. I can start accessing this list and that's how I develop my skills. And this is just from practicing lists, specifically in Python. So when it comes to learning new skills and topics using chat GPT, the sky literally is the limit you will get what you asked for. So let's say that we have a problem like you want to learn how to become a great public speaker and you're very nervous. So I could write something like teach me to become a great public speaker despite my fear of public speaking. And then hit Enter. And then we're getting a bunch of amazing tips and practices the weekend start using to become an amazing public speaker and overcome our fear of public speaking. Now whenever you decide to learn any new skill or any new topic, we chat GBT and you combine that with the goal setting and goal tracking. You, my friend are in for a treat. You can literally learn anything. The sky is the limit. So make sure you put the practicing. You use chat GBT, you'll learn new skills and develop yourself because there is basically no limitations here, put it to good use, enjoy it, and I'll see you in the next lecture. 26. Enhancing Communication Skills: Welcome back. In this lecture, you will learn how to enhance your communication skills using chat GPT. Now, let's say e.g. that I needed to prepare for a business meeting where I needed to give an update on the project so far. Now, what I could do is create a prompt like this that says helped me draft a clear and concise update on the project's progress for the next meeting. Now, I'm going to show you an additional way to do this, but let's start off with this one. Here we get an amazing templates DR team. I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to you to provide you with an update on the status of a current project project name, we get a progress summary, major achievements that challenges the next step, etc. So what we could do is just go ahead and grab all of this pasted into a document like this one, select all of it, Clear Formatting. I'm going to change this into Montserrat and going to make it 12. And then I could just start dissecting this and changing the things and created the way that I wonder if e.g. I. Add in the project name here, how many percentage of completion we have made significant strides. Hopefully that is actually true. And now I could just start customizing these accordingly to my needs. Now that will be the first way to do it. And the benefit would be that you actually get to add in your own data and details here and write it yourself. A lot of people are gonna be more comfortable with that. Now the second way of doing it would be to add in more contexts. So let's say that I write the same prompt here. I've given it a ton of more contexts I have added in. The project is about developing a new road called ecto road that runs through the center of learner, AKA in Cyprus. The difficulty is finding the funding for it as the product has become more costly than other roads due to that using eco-friendly materials, I'm just giving chat GPT the entire story so that now it can craft this mail for us that we can use for the meeting. Now, of course, by crafting a male for us, we cannot only send it out to everyone afterwards, but we can also use it to read from it during the actual meeting itself. So let's send this one away. So here we have a completely new e-mail that is much more specific. I can go ahead and grab it just like this. And then just for comparison, I'm going to put it down here. Format clear formatting. I'm gonna make it 12. I'm going to change the Daemon set out and they will have it. So this is much more specific given the context that chat CBT has been given. Now of course, what I can do is go in here, I can format it much more nicely. I can start bolding important parts like this. There's a lot of things we can do to make this look better, change certain words. But chat GPT has done the majority of the work for us. Now, let's say this wasn't about nodes for a meeting and that could also be used as an e-mail. Let's say that you wanted to enhance your communication skills for a practical event coming up. So let's say that you have to fire employee because you are running out of funds in your company and someone has to go and it had to be this person. So the question might be e.g. what do I say to an employee that I value a lot, that I have to let her go because the company is currently going through a struggle. She is amazing at her job, but we just can't afford her. I want this to be as pain-free as possible. Let's see what kind of helps share TBT can give us. The results are in an amazingly first, I'm being suggested sending a mail that says, I hope this message finds you well, I would like to request a private meeting with you to discuss a matter of utmost importance at your earliest convenience. And then during the meeting, these are some suggestions of what to say. Now, let's say e.g. I think this sounds too stiff and professional. And also this is not designed to be in any email format just in real life. I could give it some more context and say, use a friendlier tone of voice that is less professional. Make it this sign to be said. In real life. I've added in the context user-friendly or tone of voice that is less professional, make it designed to be said in real life and not in email just to be extra clear and I'm going to send it away. So if you want to check out the new way, more empathetic reply, you can pause this lecture now and just read through these to see what we have actually garden. So needless to say, this is a much better response and it fits the situation that I'm pretending exists much better here. So when it comes to enhancing your communication skills, you can ask the question for any situation and you can change the format to anything. Whether it is for a public speaking, whether it is in an email format, real life, a small meeting, a big meeting, business proposal, whatever it might be that requires your communication skills. Maybe you want to learn how to become more persuasive. Maybe you have some regression problems. You want to learn how to tame asked chat GPT, be specific what it is that you want from it and asks you get the answer, specify more contexts so that it gets it right. So this is how you enhance your communication skills which had GPT. Now you go ahead, play with it, learn from it, develop and have a ton of fun. See you in the next lecture. 27. Find Cooking Recipes: Hello again. In this lecture, you will learn how to find cooking recipes using chat GPT. This is a really fun one because it's completely and only limited by your imagination. You can find anything in here. So let's start off. Let's say that I want suggestions for cooking recipes that are keto friendly, I would write. So just cooking recipes for a keto friendly dish based on chicken. Let's see what we get. So we're getting two suggestions here. Here are two different keto friendly chicken recipes that you might enjoy. So first we have the ketone lemon butter chicken thighs, and that sounds so good. We get the ingredients needed and then we'll get the instructions to cook it. And then we'll have the ketone chicken Alfredo casserole, again, ingredients followed by instructions. So let's say that we wanted to get a vegetarian dish, suggests a vegetarian dish based on lentils, make the recipe for ten people. And let's see what we get here. We're getting a recipe for a lentil vegetable soup that serves ten people. We have the ingredients and we have the instructions. So literally, the sky is the limit. Just prompt, whatever it is that you're looking for. And if you don't know what you're looking for, you could prompt that as well. Now, the most likely scenario when finding cooking recipes is that you are going to be looking for a specific dish based on something. Even if that based on something might not be an ingredient like chicken or salmon or tofu or whatever it might be. It might be that you want it to be healthy or vegan or polio. You could write that in there. But again, the most likely scenario is probably going to be that you already have a set amount of ingredients at home and you don't know what to cook with it. So let's say, you know what you have at home and you add it into a prompt. It could look like this suggests healthy cooking recipes. I have the following ingredients. Salt pepper, olive oil, garlic, onions, flour, sugar, eggs, buttermilk cries. I don't need to read all that for you. So here I'm writing them, all of the ingredients that I have. I want some recipes suggestions and I want them to be hillbilly based. And let's see what we get here. We get three new recipes based on the ingredients that we said that we had. It's chicken broth, risotto with the ingredients and instructions, of course, the simple past or tomato sauce, That's not too shabby either. And then pancakes, who doesn't love pancakes? So when it comes to personal, everyday chat, GPT use, finding cooking recipes is probably right up there when it comes to daily usefulness. So again, whether you're looking to be more creative and looking for a new recipe from scratch, just putting the context you're looking for or keep it open to get even while their suggestions. And if you're looking to create a new dish with what you have or you literally don't know what you can create with what you have. Then give chat GPT the ingredients that you do have, and then ask for suggestions. And this way, you'll always have some sort of recipe ready for you and something nice available for you to eat. Well done, Let's move on to the next lecture. 28. Financial Planning Assistance: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to use chat GPT for financial planning assistance. Now, I want to start off by saying that I am not a financial advisor and you should be taking your financial advisors from professionals with that said, if you are looking to invest your money, there are a couple of obstacles you want to go through in the beginning, you want to learn what the terms are, what you should do as an initial strategy. And of course, this should only be considered with money that you on some level afford to lose. Again, I'm not a financial advisor and neither is Chad DBT, but it is still one of the best tools you can use to learn all these difficult times and get started with an initial plan. And then he's going to be our own responsibility to develop our knowledge from there. So let's say that I'm newly graduated and I have $1,000 that I want to invest. I don't know anything about investing. I just want to learn some basic terminology and know approximately where I should be putting my money. So let's do a prompt here. Let's write, explain the difference between stocks, bonds, and mutual funds and suggest a simple strategy for investing a 1000-dollar initial budget. Let's send it away. And then here we're getting our reply. So we get a breakdown of stocks. What are stocks? What are bonds? What are mutual funds? And here's our initial strategy for investing R1 thousand dollars. And if you want to read all of this, you can just pause this lecture and read it through. Now, I've read it through already and in my opinion, this is really sound advice. We have an emergency fund that should cover at least three to six months, you should diversify your money. You could use low cost index funds, which is really clever for beginners because not only are they going to be low cost are going to be low risk as well. Index funds are almost always low risk. You should be consistent with your investing and you should be reinvesting dividends. So reading this in my opinion, this is really, really sound advice as you are beginning your investing journey, what you're going to want to do is read through the stocks and bonds and mutual funds and ask more questions. Dive deeper into this because investing is one of those things where you want to learn as much as you can, create a strategy and then stick to that strategy. Don't make it more complicated than it has to be an I recommend that to get started, go somewhere like Interactive is the one that both me and jesper used. They have been around since 1978, so they are true and tried. They're very professional and knowledgeable and you can do most things on their platform depending on the country you are in, you might have different options. There's going to be better and more available to you. But generally, for a global recommendation, I would recommend Interactive Brokers and we used it ourselves. So again, getting financial advice, this can be one of those quite sensitive topics, but still, you should not let that be an obstacle to using chat GPT-2 properly learn about investing. Knowledge is power. And once you got all the knowledge you need, then create your strategy and then stay consistent with that strategy. And you will go to great lengths and there's no better way to learn all of these, then WeChat, DBT. So good luck with your financial planning and I'll see you in the next lecture. 29. Career Transition Strategy: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to use chat GPT to get help with your career transition strategy. Now when you're switching from one career to another, that's no simple a to B step. They are going to be multiple things that you're going to need to do in-between. And it's going to require planning, dedication and consistency. But that planning, that is where chat TBT can be really, really helpful. So let's go ahead and write exactly what it is that we need to know from chat TBT. I've read them. I'm currently a marketing specialist and I want to transition into a data science role in the next two years helped me devise a career transition strategy, including which data science skills I need to acquire recommended courses or resources and how to network effectively in this new field very important information in order to have a transition from one career to another. And if you are in a similar situation, then look at this prompt that I'm using here and word ID similarly, but make sure that you use your own unique contexts so you get specific advice to your situation. I'm going to send this away. And here we get our answer and our strategy from chat GBT. And this is truly a gold mine. I'm going to scroll through this and you can just pause this lecture if you want to read it and get all of the info in detail so you know what we're working with. But starting from the top, all of this information is golden. But there are two sections that really stand out. First of all, step number one, acquire the necessary skills. This is incredible because this is where your work comes in. What do you need to learn in order to make this transition? That is not obvious adult, but here is the list of all the things that you need to start studying. So we have mathematics and statistics programming data wrangling, data visualization, machine learning, SQL and databases, incredible knowledge. And while chat GPT can provide you this knowledge, you need to put in the work and the consistency and actually make sure that you learn this. But then again, here is chat DBT for all of your learning. So scrolling down, we have courses and resources. Now they're recommending direct courses in here, e.g. Applied Data Science with Python by University of Michigan. But of course, we also know that Udemy is a beautiful source for learning data science. Here we have a multitude of different data science courses you could go into Udemy and start learning here right away. Whatever it is that you're looking to transition to, it doesn't mean that you need to go to a university to learn those skills. Rather you have Chat GPT right in front of you. And if you supplement an online course with that in the same way that you're doing right now, that is such a powerful learning. We're also getting recommendations for books and how to practice. We get a website like Kaggle, I've never heard, so I'm just going to Google it Kaggle and here you go, your machine learning and data science community. And then we're getting yet another amazing stores where we can start practicing. It reads here, websites like caegeul provide a platform. You can practice your data science skills on real-world data. So you're gonna get some real-world skills in here. These sources were getting from a single simple question is incredible. There's nothing like chat DBT out there when it comes to getting practical information. Scrolling down, we also have networking and that's gonna be a big deal once you start learning some data science skills and you're going to apply for an internship or a job. We can use LinkedIn, e.g. which was also recommendation by chatty beauty. And we can go into the search and write data science. And here we're going to have different jobs and different internships we can scroll through. Also, we can join groups and start networking in these groups. And then scrolling down, we have the actual transitioning. First of all, create a portfolio of projects that showcase your data science skills. And it's these kind of tips than non-obvious tips that can make a world of difference which is so impressive. Which activity? We also have internships or part-time roles which is going to be needed for that portfolio. Tailor your CV and we have a lecture on that, how to use chat TBT to really tailor your CV and make it stand out from competitors and make it really attractive in this course, and then leverage your marketing background. Of course, genius, if you know how to market, you will know how to market yourself to separating you from your competitors. So all in all the suggestions we're getting here is absolutely golden and the most impressive in my opinion is the skills you need to acquire that you're getting a complete list. That means you will know what to look for in these courses, but also you know what to ask chatty bit about what you should be practicing on a website like Kaggle. And then the transitioning what you should be building up in order to make yourself credible and an actual candidate for an interim, a part-time job, and then eventually of course, a full-time job. So if you're looking for a career transition, Chat GPT for a career transition strategy, give it as much context as possible. What are you currently working with? What are you transitioning to? Let me know what I need to acquire recommended courses and resources and how should I be networking effectively in this field? Add as much context as possible. And if you have more questions, add them in. Make sure that if you are in this position, use chat TBT because as we can see, it is beyond imagination, powerful, well done. See you in the next lecture. 30. Streamlining Workflows: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to improve your productivity by learning to use chat GPT to streamline your workflow. Streamlining your workflows basically means learning how to take the task you're already doing and doing them more quickly and more efficiently. So let's say e.g. that I am a project manager within the construction industry and I want to learn how to streamline my workflow in order to save time and be more productive so I could write the prompt like this. How can I streamline the workflow for my project management tasks? I work in the construction industry and I'm just going to send it away. So here I'm getting some amazing tapes were optimizing my workflow. And what I'm not going to read through all of these, one of the tips is use a project management software like e.g. Asana, Trello or more construction specific ones like Procore or planned grid. A little further down, it says prioritize tasks. Not all tasks are created equal. Some are more crucial to the progress of the project. Understanding and prioritizing these tasks can help you ensure the most important parts of your projects are completed first. And that is a really good point. What we could do is we could go to Trello, which is amazingly enough completely free. We could go down to create new board. We could call it project management for Construction. I'm going to make visibility into private for only me and then Create, and then I could put in three sections here. Number one would be tasks not important, very important, completed. And now from here, I could just add in all of the tasks. And this would be super fast and effective way to prioritize my tasks by seeing, okay, well, this one is actually not that important. Well, this, it really needs to be done. This one and not so important, this one really needs to be done. And you might even have an intermediary that says decently important in the middle here. And then as soon as anyone of them are done, we could move them over to completed. And this would be an amazing way to get an overview and streamline our workflow as a project manager within the construction industry. Now looking down, it also says implement a Lean construction methodologies. Lean construction is a method that focuses on minimizing waste and maximizing value. I don t know what that is. So I might write, Tell me more about the lean construction methodology and send it away. And then here I could get to learn more about the lean construction methodology, e.g. about eliminating waste and maximizing value. And there's a ton of different tips. And especially down here, decentralized decision-making decisions are made by the people who are closest to the work and have the most relevant knowledge, rather than by managers or supervisors who may be removed from the day-to-day operations. By asking more questions and understanding more about the lean construction method, I could start adapting that to these tasks. And that might mean that the very important tasks no longer is that important or one of these tests might be more important and be changed from not important to very important. So keep asking chat GPT questions whenever something comes up that you don't understand. So let's take another example. Let's say that I am a sales rep and I work at ikea and I want to learn how to streamline my workflow. So I might use a prompt like this. How can I streamline the workflow while working in the sales department at ikea and I'm going to send it away. And just like before we get a lot of tips on how to streamline our workflow. One of them is to adopt a customer relationship management system. And then it gives some tips on a couple of different CRMs. While there are too much here for us to digest in this lecture, Let's say e.g. that I think this is a really good idea about starting off, I want to use a free one. So I might continue by asking which free CRM system would you recommend? And now with these different CRMs, I could just go ahead and copy this text, paste it into Google, and start checking them out. I might find that one of these actually work better than the other. For me, I could download it and knowing that it is free, I can just start using it right away. So when it comes to learning to streamline your workflow just asks chat GPT, how can I streamline my workflow, give it some contexts, e.g. what do you work with? What are your main task? Depending on how much contexts you want to give, Where do you work, which might be important. What do you work with? You don't have to give it a ton of information and contexts. The less you give it, the more general suggestions you will get. But even these general suggestions can usually be extremely handy. But feel free to add in as much as you're comfortable with. And then whenever you get replies that you don't understand, maybe there's a word like CRM. Maybe you're looking for more. Crms are deleted mythology or maybe there are parts of the Lean mythology you want to learn more about. Keep asking questions and in no time you will have learned how to streamline your workflow. Well done. See you in the next lecture. 31. Prioritizing & Scheduling: Welcome back. In this lecture, you will learn how to use chat GPT for prioritizing and scheduling. So let's say e.g. that I am a student and I am trying to juggle multiple assignments at once. I don't know how to get it all done. I don't know what to start with. I don't know how I'm going to accomplish all the work I have. So I'm going to ask chat GBD to help me prioritise and schedule this properly. I'm going to write something like help me prioritize my assignments and create a study schedule for the next week and I'm going to send it away. So naturally you can include more context from the beginning or you can send away what you want to accomplish. And if chat GBT needs more data from you than simply it's going to ask just like it is now, to make the most accurate schedule, I'll need a bit more information. Could you please answer the following questions? I'm going to start by answering these and I'm going to answer them in according to the number that they have. So first one, I'm going to write one dot and then what assignments or tasks do you have to complete over the next week? Please include their due dates and estimate how long each will take to complete. So I have read and I need to prepare a five-minute speech that I'll be holding on Sunday, which will probably take a few hours to do. I need to write a 3,000 words essay on emotional intelligence by Thursday, which should take no more than 2 h, pulled two meetings, one on Monday, one on Tuesday, and they are both 1 h long and we'll need about an hour to prepare for. Now. Notice, I'm not adding this in any form of logical order by the day or the earliest, the first or how long it will take nothing. I'm going to leave all of that to chatting with you. I'm just writing the information that I remember off the top of my head. So that's the first one. Let's move on to the second one. How many hours do you want to dedicate to studying and completing assignments each day? So I'm going to say that I am going to dedicate about one to 2 h each day. And then number three, do you have any other commitments during this week such as work sports club or social activities? If so, when and for how long? I work out on our every second day on Wednesdays, I meet up with my friends for when do you find your most productive or focus during the day? So let's say I'm an evening persons, I get most of my work done by the evening or at least that's when I am the most focused. And then five. Do you prefer to work on one task until it's done or switch between tasks every few hours, I prefer to focus on a single task at a time, which is a good idea. Overall, if you're a multitasker, it is a good idea to learn to focus six. Is there anything else that I should consider when creating your schedule? I am prone to procrastinating, meaning I have a tendency to set up and do something and then not do it. I don't know how he's going to add in that information, but I am still going to let chat GPT. Note that in this example I am a procrastinator and then I'm going to send it away. Fantastic. So the results are in. Great. Thanks for providing that information. You are welcome, Chet, DBT. So I am recording this on a Saturday, meaning that tomorrow is Sunday. Sunday is no assignments or tasks. Lucky meet. Then we have the tasks for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. So what I could do at this point is that I could either copy all of these and add them in manually to my calendar. That could be your calendar on your Apple devices or a Google Calendar, or if you're using anything else, or you could use the free tool Trello for your task management. So I would create a new board and I would call it next week, study visibility private Create. And then I would just add in Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. And then I'm going to start off with Monday. And I'm going to copy the first part here. Click on Add a card, paste it in just like that. Select it, copy it, paste it in. And now I have Monday, so I'm gonna move over to Tuesday. Then I'm just going to keep doing this until I have them all there. We have it now I have my entire schedule to get everything done, acid-base the student trying to juggle multiple assignments at once. Now remember, we started off with just having these assignments in our head. We asked shut UP to create a schedule for us and now we got the entire schedule laid out, amazingly organized, just like this, in just a couple of minutes. And finally, don't forget the great tip down here to help manage procrastination. Tried to stick to this schedule as closely as possible, we will, but this one is good. You might also find it helpful to set alarms or reminders for when you should start and stop working. Remember the key is consistency. So indeed using alarms when you should start, when you should stop, can be a really great way of managing this organization and making sure that I not only forget it, but that I am reminded and actually do it and get things done. And in Trello, I always have my overview, but again, you don't have to use trailer. You could use any calendar that you're using as well. So to recap, when you want help with your prioritizing and scheduling, just go into chat jeopardy and ask for the help help me prioritize my and then whatever it is that you want your schedule, these assignment for the coming 12 months, these three months for the next month, for this month, for the next week, for the coming days, whatever it might be given contexts if chatty, but he doesn't have enough content, it will ask for more and then you will have your schedule and your priority list. So amazing. As always, let's move on to the next lecture and I'll see you there. 32. Task Delegation: Welcome back. So you've already learned how to streamline your workflow, how to automate repetitive tasks, and then how to prioritize schedule and then organize everything you need to do using a combination of chat, GBT and Trello. But in this lecture, we're going to be looking at how you can do task delegation when there are multiple people involved, let's say e.g. that I am a novelist and there are several things that needs to be done on my to-do list that other people should be doing and not me. What I could do is that I could use chat GBT, Right? Exactly what needs to be done. And then ask chat DBT to phrase that in a way that makes sense to all of these different people. Saving me a ton of time of having to contact them personally and write each and every email myself. Let me show you what I mean. So I'm going to write a prompt like my name is Dan and I'm a novelist, will have several tasks I need to delegate to others, including having chapter 23 of my new book proof read by next Tuesday, contacting my cover designer by the end of this week and scheduling a book signing event for next month. Can you help me properly phrase these tasks for delegation? Tom will be proofreading. Laura is my cover designer and Hannah takes care of my scheduling and my signing. So the reason that I am writing my own name, of course, this is just an example. My name isn't Dan, but the reason that you should be using your own name and then the names of all of the people involved until chatty. But what sort of task that we'll be doing is because that allows chat DBT or to phrase everything properly and create emails for you. Let me show you what I mean. I'm going to send this away. Here we have the results and as you can see now, chat TBT is able to phrase all of these emails with the user's name and then end it with a best regard and then your own name, which makes this really fast and effective. And from here we already have a subject and we have a body, which means that this is just copy paste emails, send them away and you have delegated the task very effectively. If you're not anemic type of person, you can just read these through and send them as voicemails if that suits you, the point is when you need to delegate tasks, sometimes just instructing other people what needs to be done can almost take as long of a time as getting the things done themselves by using chat GBT and telling chat DBT exactly what you want done when you want it done, all of the contexts, who is going to be doing it, and all of the details needed a chat TBT can start phrasing all of your e-mails for all of the different people and having the task delegated in no time. Now imagine if you need to delegate tasks to 561015 people. This is a massive, massive time-saver. You already know how to organize your own tasks and now you know how to organize your tasks that are dependent on other people. This is some next level productivity. So we're going to continue our productivity journey by moving on to the next lecture. See you there. 33. Time Blocking: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to take your productivity to the next level by using a productivity technique called time blocking. Now, if you want to learn more about what time blocking is, I'm going to be linking this Wikipedia article in the resources. But by now you should also know that if you want to know anymore about anything, literally anything, you should really be asking chat GPT, basically time blocking is when you block out every single part of a day in your calendar that you're looking to do. If you're looking to do a specific word, blocked the time in your calendar for that word block out a time when you are going to be taking breaks, when you're going to be eating lunch, when you're going to go for exercise, have a phone call. Literally every event in your day, you block out a time in your calendar for that event. So needless to say, this is a very effective technique if you want to stay focused and prevent yourself from multitasking, what can take time, of course, is actually planning all of this time blocking, but this is where we have chat DBT. So I'm going to write here, I have three ongoing projects. We're going to call them projects a, B and C. Project a requires 15 h per week. Project B requires 20 h per week, and Project C requires 10 h per week. Helped me set up a time blocking scheduled for the upcoming week. Asked me follow up questions until you have enough information, so let's send it away. So then we're getting a couple of follow-up questions, just like we asked chatty beauty to give us so you can have all the information to give us the best time blocking schedule. So let's start answering them. First question is, are there any specific hours or days when you are unavailable, e.g. any personal commitments or time off there we need to account for I work only on weekdays question. Do you prefer to work on one project per day? Would you read a split your days among different projects? One project per day, three. Are there any days or times of day that you find yourself to be more productive or focus. Some people are morning persons, are there are night owls I'm going to write a morning person for are there any project dependencies, meetings, or deadlines that we need to consider in the schedule. And then I'm going to write something like broad Jacque needs to be done in a month. Project B in two months, project see in three months, five. Lastly, how many hours do you typically work in a day at say nine, i'm I'm gonna send it away. So here we're getting our schedule and as you can see, it's a pretty straightforward scheduled right now, we have Mondays, project a for 9 h, Tuesday, project B for 9 h, Wednesday predict C for 9 h. So very simple scale tool and with classical time blocking, we want to be more detailed than this. If you're getting a simplistic answer just like this. And I've used this technique multiple times and this is the first time he's gotten this simplicity or we need to do is give a chat DBT more contexts. So I'm writing here, make it more detailed. So my entire days or time blocked adding time for lunch, time of exercise, dinner, etc. I'm going to send that one away. Here we go, we're getting the more classical time blocking schedule. We have our entire Mondays planned out Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Since we said we only work weekdays and chat DBT says on the end, let me know if this schedule suits your needs, are if you need any other modifications and of course, if your day starts earlier or later than 07:00 A.M. we're gonna tell chat DBT that if you exercise in a different time of day, we're going to let chat GPT know if you plan in family time, e.g. we need to let chatty, but you know, the context is important and doing iterations, you just make sense. So you get your time blocking schedule it just right. So now all I need to do is copy this into my calendar. So we have Monday seven to 08:00 A.M. morning routine and exercise. I'm just going to copy this head over to my calendar. Here we have Monday I'm going to go there is 07:00 A.M. I'm going to click there. I'm going to paste this in morning routine and exercise. I'm going to change the time. So it's seven to eight. Enter, take the next 18 to nine breakfast and prepare for work. And of course now we're assuming that I'm happy with this time looking scheduled. I'm going to copy this, make a new event, paste it in, make sure the time is correct. Enter next nine to 12:00 P.M. paste it in for working on Project a, and then I'm just going to continue until I have my entire time blocking for the entire Monday, the entire Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. So this is how you use chat GPT to create a proper time blocking schedule for yourself. Now it's very important to remember, you need to tell chat DBT to ask you follow up questions until it has enough information you need to provide enough context and then do iteration after iteration, after iteration until you have exactly the sort of schedule that you are looking for in your life. And then you will be able to take your productivity to the next level. Well done. See you in the next lecture. 34. Resume & Cover Letter Writing: Hello again. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to take your resume and cover letter writing to the next level using chat GPT. And at the end, I will also show you a trick that you can use to significantly improve your chances of getting that job that you're trying to apply for. So I know you're excited. I am to, this is unimportant lecture. This can dictate our work future. So let's jump in. There are two things you are going to need in order to do this lecture. Number one is your CV. Now we call it a CV generally in Europe, but in the US, you call this a resume. They're pretty much the same thing. It is just a document that involves your education, your skills, experience, the places you have worked at, what you did at those previous work positions, the languages you speak, your name, your contact. All of those things should be in a CV or resume and you should have one of those by now. If you've ever applied for a job before and if you don't have a CV or resume, don't worry about it. I'll show you how to get started with one at the end of this lecture. The second thing you're going to need is the actual job description of the job that you're trying to apply for. So here I am at, Indeed. And in this example, I'm going to pretend that my CV is based on me and that I have been educating myself into a software engineer IN trying to apply for a software engineering job. And in here, we can see that this is going to pay for $2 an hour, not too shabby. We get the job description, the role, what I will be doing, requirements, and what is expected of me. So all of the important job description is in here. So in order to apply for a job, we need to send in two things. Number one is going to be our CV or resume, and number two is going to be a cover letter. So we need to write a proper cover letter. So what is a cover letter and how is it different from a CV? And a cover letter is basically where you argue why you are qualified for that job position and why they should be giving you that job. And this is something that chat TBT can do for us in an expert manner. So in order to write the best possible cover letter to increase our chances of getting that job. This is what we're going to do. I'm going to write, I'm applying as a software engineer and I need you to write a cover letter for me. This is my CV. And then I'm going to do double colon and I'm going to hold Shift, Enter, Enter, grab my CV that's here. All of this information, that is me. I'm going to copy it, head back and paste it in. I'm going to hold Shift, click on Enter so there is some space and then I'm going to write, this is the job description with the job that I'm applying for, jumped down to spaces again, I'm going to go in and grab this entire job description, scroll down just like this, copy it, paste it in, and then hit Enter. And then I'm going to have the cover letter written for me. And now as always, the first thing you want to do is read through it, make sure that this is all true because chat GPT will fill in the blanks and lie and make things up. So make sure that all of this is true and make sense. And then you have to decide, is this good? Does this sound like you and represent you? If not, you add in more context and make changes. So e.g. use a friendlier tone of voice, show more excitement while still keeping it professional. Let's send it away. And there we go. And now we have a very different cover letter. If you pass this lecture, as I scroll through, you can read what it says and compare it to what it said before. This tone of voice fits me much, much better. There are still things I'm going to want to change, but 90% of the work has been done for me, which is heavenly. So now that you have your CV and your cover letter, you are ready to apply for your job. However, there is one thing you can do to severely increase your chances of sticking out from all of the other applicants and improve your rate of actually getting that job. And that is by improving the visibility of your CV or resume. So while this CV or resume is very effective, it is boring. Now, if you as a hiring manager is getting all of these pieces of paper to read through with a bunch of tastes, you are not going to stick out. However, if you want to stick out, I strongly recommend that you go to, sign up. It's completely free. And then in here where it says search, just click them writing CV, hit Enter, and you are going to get a bunch of different free templates and they are so quick to start customizing. So let's grab this one. E.g. I'm just going to click on it, customize this template, and now I can start playing with it. Now, one of the first things is suddenly you get this piece of paper with color and most importantly, an image of yourself. If all of the other applicants are just going to be white pieces of paper with Takes. And suddenly in that pile there is a colored paper, an image view on it that is severely going to help you stand out and increase the chances of the hiring manager reading your resume. So all I need to do here is I'll just click on it and I'll write in my name's Robyn Norton down here. It's Software Engineer. I'm going to click on the image, hit Delete, click on Upload. I'm going to grab an image of me. If you don't have any uploaded already, just click on upload files and upload an image of you. It doesn't have to be a transparent background actually in this case, it would be better if it wasn't. But here's an image of meat with a transparent background anyway. So I'm going to add that in there. And then here we have work experience. So I'm gonna go ahead and grab all of these nice information, copy it, double-click on this, remove all of it, paste this one in. I'm going to make some space here. I'm going to bold it just because I think that looks a bit nicer like this. I'm going to make some more space in-between. I'm going to move this icon up a little bit so that they are decently even looking down, we have relevant skills. I'm going to move this up a little bit. I'm gonna move this up a little bit. Grab all these skills in here, copy it, delete all of these, paste it in, make it a little longer, like this. I'm gonna make it bold, selecting all Command B. And there we go. Now, if you take a look at this CV, and then you take a look at this CV. They aren't night and day even though when filled out properly, they contain the same information. But I promise you, making sure that your CV or resume looks like this will severely increase your chances of getting that job that you're applying for. So make sure that you send in a CV or resume looking like this along with your chat GPT generated cover letter looking like this. And you will be well on your way of landing that job. If you don't have a CV at all, then scroll through the different templates in here, e.g. you could grab this one and then take a look at the different sections in here. You are going to see that there's one that says work experience, education, history, volunteer work and affiliations. If you have done any of those resource pages filled with the guides on how to write your CV. So if you've never had a CV before, any one of these templates will guide you on how to create one from scratch, starting at the very top, to be honest, making it look great from the beginning. So this is how you take your resume and cover letter writing to the next level using chat GPT. Let's move on. Good luck with your job searches and I'll see you in the next lecture. 35. Effective Job Search Strategies: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to use chat DBT to improve your job searching strategy. Now, each and every job is going to require a different strategy, is going to require different niche websites and probably a different way to go about it. Some jobs require more internships, some jobs require more education, etc. And this is a great way to understand what sort of strategy you should be using to improve your chances of finding the job that you are looking for. So I'm going to assume that I am looking for a job as a digital marketing strategist. And I'm going to write a prompt like I'm looking for a job as a digital marketing strategist, explore various job search methods, including online job boards, networking events, and professional associations share effective strategies for maximizing my job search success. Now, all of these words that I'm using in this prompt, I recommend that you use something similar to. And again, the more contexts that better, let's send it away. Here we have the result. Then I'm going to scroll through this. You can pause at anytime so dirty, you can see what it is that we're working with. If you want to read through it. Now I'm going to start with the end here because chat GPT says something that is incredibly valuable. Remember that job searching is often a numbers game. It is important to remain patient and persistent and to take care of your mental health in the process. Now one of the reasons we're doing this, understand that a proper strategy is going to use multiple venues. If we look up here, we can see online job boards and websites. And there's going to be the more general recommendations like LinkedIn, Indeed glassdoor monster. These are all classic, but here's where it gets even more valuable. If you look down, you can see digital marketing positions on a remote job boards like flex jobs and remote dots CEO, this is really good information because that doesn't mean, Oh, I should be choosing this one over that one. You should be choosing all of them. And that should be your strategy when you're using chat DBT to get this sort of in-depth information. We have to remember that a lot of times improving our chances of getting a job is a numbers game. You can get 50, No, but you just need a single yes to land that job. And this is a great way of expanding your knowledge and horizons to understand that you can up your numbers by applying in multiple places and improving your chances drastically of getting that job. And then of course, some really good tips like tailor your resume, use the right keywords and set up email alerts for a new job positions in your field of interest. Then we have networking which is going to be very valuable to do as well, professional associations. And this is amazing because most people don't know what the professional associations are within their specific industry or niche. I would check out all of these and join them if possible, even if just to do the networking and then personal branding. Of course, if your digital marketing strategy is create a professional website or online portfolio showcasing your work and case studies. There's a ton of great tips in here, working with recruitment agencies. And then of course, LinkedIn, engage with content posted on your connections and companies commenting on ensuring post demonstrating your engagement and interests. So when it comes to improving your job searching strategy, use chat DBT, ask follow-up questions, add in more contexts. And remember, by expanding your knowledge, such as realizing that there are more website, there are associations, or you could be networking and doing all of it and staying persistent, that is seriously going to improve your chances of landing your job. Once again, you can get an almost endless amount of nodes, but you just need a single years and you're going to have that job. So stay persistent and use chatty putty to expand your knowledge. And good luck Bye friend. I'll see you in the next lecture. 36. Interview Preparation: Welcome back. Performing well at a job interview is key if you want to land that job that you're applying for. However, it is not so easy to perform well during a job interview, the only way to properly prepare yourself to do a good job while being interviewed is to make sure that you come in prepared and doing that interview preparation is going to be best done by chat GPT. So let's say that I am applying for a marketing manager position. I could ride a prompt like this, provide me with common interview questions for a marketing manager position and helped me prepare responses. Let's send it away. And here we have them. So we're getting the questions and we're getting a sample response. In this case, we're getting five of them. At this point. The real job is really in the practicing itself. So what we could do is we could go ahead and copy the first part, which is the first question and the sample response. Move over to a document, let's say Google Docs is great. Paste it in. I'm going to select it all. Move up to Format, Clear Formatting. I'm going to change it to Montserrat, something that I think is nicer. I'm going to make a space here, bold. This gonna make it into twelfths is a little bit bigger, and there we go. So this is the sample response. And then down below, I would write my response. Then I would write something like to me, successful marketing is about connecting the right person To the right products or services. And then I will just continue writing this practicing and making sure that my response is on point and then comparing it to the sample. Am I achieving the same level of professionality with my response as the sample? Or am I lacking something? Or is there something in here that I could learn from and maybe write a new response and improve it. Move on to the next one. We could do the very same thing. And if you want to, you can just grab the question without the sample, just like this market. Clear formatting. Once it out, 12, going to bold it and then bold my response. I develop a marketing strategy based on market research, website, building, SEO, email marketing, and Google Analytics. Continue writing my response and continue practicing. And then I would read through my response, check out the sample. Am I performing quite as well? Repeat the questions that are difficult. And of course, when you've gone through this, I would use right, Give me more questions to prepare for hit Enter. And then here we're getting additional questions that we could continue practicing width. So remember the real work in here is to practice your own response to these common interview questions. So all you need to do is provide me with common interview questions for a and then whatever it might be that you're searching for a job and and helped me prepare responses and then practice, practice, practice. And then when you go into that interview, you will be prepared and that is the best thing you can do to succeed at your job interview and land that job. So good luck, my friend, practice, practice, practice. And I'll see you in the next lecture. 37. Salary Negotiation Techniques: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to negotiate for a higher salary with the help of chat DPT. Now it doesn't matter if this is for your career growth in a job that you've had for a while. Or if you have just received a job offer and you would like to set a higher initial salary. And the only difference is going to be the contexts, the prompt that you give chat EBT. So I'm going to start off and write something like explain the importance of salary negotiation and provide guidance on how to research salary ranges, present salary expectations, and negotiate effectively during the job offers stage. Now of course, if you weren't at the job offers stage, you were perhaps a recruiter at Walmart and you've been working there for three years, then you would write that instead, I'm a newly graduated digital marketing specialists. This will be my first job. So that is the context for this situation. You will have to write in your specific situation and then I'm going to send this away. And then here we have our answer. And now when you are diving into your specific situation, chances are there's going to be a lot of follow-up questions. You can dive deeply into your specifics. So what we're getting here is we're getting some tips for researching the salary ranges. We can do an industry research using Glassdoor pay scale, LinkedIn salary in size, Bureau of Labor Statistics, etc. and we can see how much other people are earning that are in a similar situation as ourselves. We can check out others job postings and we can go to networking events, ask other people, and then some really good tips for presenting salary expectations to wait for the right moment, provide a range. And of course, that range is going to be based on the research you have done before and then explain your reasoning. And again, when you are looking for your reasoning, that is going to be a new chat GPT prompt in itself, give all the contexts that you have, give all the reasons you can think of asked chat GPT to find even more reasons for you and then ask chat TBT to be concise when it presents you with an argument to give you an initially higher salary, getting an initially high salary or getting a salary increase when you have bend at your work for a while. These are all important steps not only to stay motivated for yourself but for your life quality to, and then going down in negotiating effectively understand the entire package is not just about the base salary. They might be bonuses, health care, retirement contributions, vacation time. We have to look at the whole picture. Stay professional and positive, don't accept immediately and leverage other offers as well. If you can get multiple offers fearing that good of a situation, you can leverage that and say it's your favorite job offering that I just got this offer, It's really good. Can you beat it and then see if you can have that company top that offer. But in the end, when it comes to salary negotiation, you need to do research. Have chat GPT suggests where you can start that research, use those numbers, put them into chat diabetes, you can dive deeper, e.g. you need to explain your reasoning. You should be able to justify your salary expectation based on your qualifications experience, and the market research you have done that recently can be helped by chat DBT. So make sure that you're accumulating all of the information that you have from this course so far and make your own prompt for you get the best possible arguments and the best possible suggestions for continuing your research, you could get even better arguments and then you're going to get that salary increase or that higher initial salary offering. Amazingly well done. Let's move on to the next lecture. 38. Personal Branding & Networking: Welcome back. In this lecture, you will learn how to use chatty BT for personal branding and networking. So what does personal branding and networking mean? Well, it basically means that if you have a role, let's say that you are a data scientist. The question is always that there is a lot of data scientists out there. What makes you unique? What makes you unique is your personal branding. So you could turn that into elevator pitch, e.g. where you explain in a couple of seconds who you are and what you're all about with your role. And that is something that you could use for job applications, for networking with other people to get recognized, but also as a business or a brand, you are going to need your own branding that signifies who you are and what makes you unique and preferably with a slogan as well. But let's take a step back and start doing this personally first and then develop it. So I'm going to write it prompt here, helped me create a personal branding statement as a data scientist, there's not a lot of contexts in here, but it's not going to be about the context. It is what makes you unique and memorable. Let's send it away and see what we get. Here it is, I am a results-driven data scientists leveraging advanced technical skills in machine learning, data mining and big data technologies to transform complex datasets, et cetera, et cetera. You can pause the lecture if you want to read all of it. So let's say that we want to make it a little bit more specific and a little friendlier and more concise. So I'm going to add some contexts and right, make it friendlier and more concise. I focus on data mining. So let's send this one away and see what we get. So now it says, I'm a data scientist who loves turning complex data into simple insights, specializing in Data Mining, I enjoy making data talk and helping businesses make smart decisions. Let's mind together for your success story. Honestly, not bad at all. So in this way, all you would need to do is memorize these as your personal branding statement that you could be using in work interviews on your CV, in your cover letters while networking with other people as your elevator pitch, basically who you are, what makes you unique and memorable. Now let's assume that you are a business or a brand and you need to have a branding statement. And let's say that you are a business that are selling unique watches and you focus on the cyber punk niche. So I'm going to write, helped me create a branding statement for my business called true lithic, selling unique watches in the cyber punk niche, let's send it away and see what we get. So it says, truly pick your time, re-imagined. While this dramatic, we create one-of-a-kind Cyberpunk inspired watches, merging retro futuristic aesthetics with superior craftsmanship. Big words are timed pieces, aren't just accessories. Their statements step into the future with us one ticket at a time. I love it. I think it's so good. So here we have our personal branding statement. And like many brands, it is a good idea to have a slogan as well. Now a slogan is a very short phrase that you remember. A business for brand by e.g. Nike has just do it. Mcdonald's has I'm loving it, etc. So we could also write, turn it into a slogan, hit Enter, and then see what we get. True lithic, time rewired for the futuristic spirits. Well, that's okay, let's regenerate response true lithic, timekeeping redefined, Cyberpunk, redefined. It's okay, Let's do one more true lithic, time crafted for the future. Okay, there were nailed it. That one I'm really liking. It is simple to create your own personal branding statement and your business branding statement. And you need to have those to make yourself and your business unique and stand out from the crowd. So go ahead and make good use of these in real life and also on networking spaces like LinkedIn. Let's move on and I'll see you in the next lecture. 39. ChatGPT in Education: Welcome back. In this lecture, you are going to learn how to use chat GPT in education in order to make your teaching more AI assisted and also make your teaching more digital. So this could mean that you are looking to transfer your educational material to a more digital presence. Or it could mean that you enjoy your physical teaching or you're bound to it because you work at a school e.g. but you're looking to complement what you're teaching with digital material and AI assisted assignments. So let's say e.g. that I am a biology teacher and I teach seventh graders and I'm looking to complement my teaching with a more digital presence and give them assignments that they can perform at home. But instead of me trying to make up assignments from scratch, I can use AI assisted assignments to quickly generate a bunch of very important tasks that they can perform digitally. So jumping into chat GPF team, I could use a prompt here like act as a biology teacher, generate a list of practice questions on the topic of photosynthesis for seventh grade biology. And let's send that away. Amazing. So I get a list of 20 different questions that probably would have taken several hours to come up with. Not because you don't know the topic, but just because the creativity itself of thinking of different assignments that is time-consuming, creating something out of nothing. But that is where chatty beauty comes in. It is an endless source of creativity. So with our list of tasks, what we can do now is move over to This will be in the resources as well. Make sure that you are logged in with the correct gmail. And if you work at a school, that might be your professional e-mail that you want to use here, you're going to go down and then click on Create class. If you're doing this privately, you can just go ahead. But then if you're working in a school, it should probably have Google workspace. This should already be taken care by the school, but you want to read through this and then click on Continue. So the first thing we're gonna do is create our class. So the class name is going to be what it is that you're teaching. The class name could be all legit, one-to-one here, e.g. it doesn't have to be the subject. It could also be called Robbins teachings. And then I could put in multiple different assignments and multiple different teachings in there. This is more for organizational purposes, the students will still get in here no matter what you call it. So generally, if you only teach one subject, then call it the subject. If you teach multiple subjects, may be use your own name like I would use Robbins teachings or Robbins classes, e.g. then go ahead and click on Create, and then we get in here. And this is going to be pretty much the front page that all your students are going to see when they first enter your class. If you have something to announce, you can click here and you can announce it directly to your class. You could write e.g. physical classes are canceled today because I'm sick. Could be whatever reason you can decide to send it to all students. If you have different segments of people, you could use a different segments. If you have different classes that you put in, you could use different classes here, you have the ability to add in material from your drive directly from YouTube, upload files, add in links. This is very versatile. What you're going to want to do with your class, first of all, is that you're going to want to move over to people. And then if you have any co-teachers, click here and invite those people. And for all of your students, click here to invite those students. Next thing we're going to want to do is move over to classwork. You're going to click on Create and then I'm going to create questions. And this is where it gets really interesting because here is where we start creating our materials. So in chat GPT, we already have all of the questions we've generated. So what is photosynthesis? I'm going to copy it. I'm going to paste it in here. It doesn't need any instructions. It's quite straight. And then I moved to the upper right corner and I click on Ask. Then I'm going to create a new one and then go to question, grabbed the next one. What is the primary function of photosynthesis? Paste it in here, and then go ahead and click on Ask, create a new one question, grabbed the third question, paste it in here, ask. So as you can see, you can get a ton of different assignments created in a