Thanks for taking the course.
Give me your details and I’ll send you everything in one go
This is what you’ll receive:
All the prompts from the course
I’ve collected all the prompts from the course and put them into an easy-to-use Google spreadsheet. So now you just need to copy and paste the text into ChatGPT and you’re off to the races!
I recommend you use this as a template to store your own prompts. And – even better – as a centralised prompt resource for your team. Share it as a read only document so that people can’t accidentally change or delete the information. And assign someone the responsibility for testing new prompts before they add them.
NOTE: Please don’t ask me to share the Google Sheet. Once you have it in your browser, go to ‘File’ and ‘Make a copy’ to your own Google Drive or ‘Download’ it as an Excel file.
PLUS a framework for AI task division
In the course, I show you how to break tasks up into sub-tasks that you can then write prompts for.
I’ll give you access to a Google Slides template you can use to help you do that, individually or with other team members.
NOTE: Please don’t ask me to share the Google Slides document. Once you have it in your browser, go to ‘File’ and ‘Make a copy’ to your own Google Drive or ‘Download’ it as an PowerPoint file.
Links to your AI assistants
If you don’t already have access to ChatGPT or Microsoft’s Bing AI, here are the links you need. You access ChatGPT through your browser and it just takes a couple of minutes to sign up. To get access to Bing AI, you need to download the Microsoft Edge browser. It’s all pretty easy.
Just click on the icons to get started.