…but they might not be the ones you think.
What if I told you ChatGPT can help you overcome lifelong mental barriers?
That it can do what years of self-help books and how-to books and ‘trying really hard’ couldn’t?
For a moment, forget all the sensationalist headlines about AI writing novels and social media posts and and doing us all out of a job.
ChatGPT helps me to quickly create structure and order to my thoughts.
My mind is normally a constant explosion of 5,203 different thoughts and ideas vying for attention. They’re all connected, they all make sense, they’re all simultaneous, holistic.
Structuring that to make any sense to anyone else is another matter entirely.
Now, I can brain dump on ChatGPT and ask it to structure and order my thoughts – I can ask it to rephrase what I’ve written into an instruction, a strategy, an ordered document… whatever makes most sense.
I can ask it to classify and group my ideas into like categories.
In short, I can use it to create order out of the chaos of my brain in a way that was never open to me before.
ChatGPT genuinely really, really helps me… but not in a way I’ve seen anybody else talking about yet.
It’s the assistant I need.
I suspect it’s probably the assistant a lot of people need, if they can learn to use it properly.
How does YOUR brain work and how can AI assist you with those tasks that seem simple to other people but you avoid because (for whatever reason), you can’t make yourself do them?