Can AI really help you get sh*t done quicker? 

Yes, I truly believe it can.

It can save you hours by doing heavy lifting, be your creative spark when you’ve got writers block, and it can help reduce stress around time consuming tasks like content writing.

Here is an example

In this case, I want to find some ideas for the newsletter I am sending out. So I ask AI for ideas.


“Give me some good newsletter ideas for contacts who are potential clients for digital marketing services”


Here are a few potential newsletter ideas for contacts who may be interested in digital marketing services:

  1. Case studies: Share success stories from previous clients and the results they achieved through your digital marketing services. This can help potential clients see the value of your services and how they can help them achieve their own business goals.
  2. Industry updates: Keep your subscribers up to date on the latest trends and developments in the digital marketing industry. This can help them stay informed and make more informed decisions about their own marketing efforts.
  3. Tips and tricks: Share practical tips and advice on how businesses can improve their digital marketing efforts. This can help potential clients see the value of your expertise and why they should consider working with you.
  4. Behind-the-scenes: Give your subscribers a sneak peek at what goes on behind the scenes at your agency. This can help build trust and show that you have a knowledgeable and dedicated team working on your clients’ campaigns.
  5. Special offers: Offer exclusive discounts or promotions to your newsletter subscribers. This can help convert subscribers into clients and encourage them to take action.

Overall, the key is to provide value to your subscribers and show them why working with your agency can help them achieve their business goals.

Pretty cool, huh?

What is ChatGPT good for?

The potential uses for a language model like chatGPT are limited only by your imagination.

There are many potential uses for a language model like chatGPT, which is based on the popular GPT-3 model from OpenAI. Some potential uses for chatGPT include:

  • Generating human-like responses in a chatbot or virtual assistant
  • Improving the accuracy of machine translation systems
  • Generating personalized responses to user input in a conversational system
  • Summarizing long texts by generating a shorter, more concise version of the original text
  • Automatically generating responses to common customer service inquiries
  • Generating original text in a given style or on a given topic
  • Generating creative writing, such as poems or short stories
  • Generating automatic captions or descriptions for images or videos
  • Improving the accuracy of speech recognition systems
  • Generating personalized product or content recommendations based on user input
  • Automatically completing sentences or paragraphs based on a given prompt
  • Generating human-like responses in multiplayer games or virtual environments