5 Most Useful Chat GPT Prompts: I collected the 5 most useful prompts for Chat GPT and in this article, I’m going to share that invaluable knowledge. Let’s have a look. I think it’s not hard to agree on the fact that this tech is incredibly useful, but if you’re anything like me, every time I tap into that little chat box, I think to myself, ‘the potential of this thing seems endless.’ Maybe I’m not asking it the right questions or interacting with it correctly.
So, I set out on a journey across the internet. I literally looked through all of the internet for the best Chat GPT prompts: Twitter, Discord, YouTube, blogs, I even went on Pinterest. And I myself tested every single prompt that seemed somewhat useful. Most of the interesting ones don’t even work anymore, yes, very sad.
Anyway, and once I found my favorite ones, I came up with a list of more than 100 Chat GPT prompts. And that’s essentially the E-book that we’ll be looking at today. I sorted them into five categories, so without further ado, let me show you some of these.
1. Chat GPT Prompt for Productivity
In the productivity, the focus is on getting the most out of your time – essentially being more effective when it comes to managing your resources like time and money. I really wanted to share this particular prompt with all my website subscribers because it’s so damn useful. So, look!
Can you find some practical ways to develop your coding skills without joining a course or community?
Can you find some practical ways to [practice/develop][skill] without joining a course or community?
- Can you find some practical ways to practice yoga without joining a course or community?
- Can you find some practical ways to improve your writing skills without joining a course or community?
- Can you find some practical ways to develop your video creation skills without joining a course or community?
Now, all I gotta do is copy-paste and by using this prompt, I essentially get advice from a seasoned professional that is trying to help me out with a new skill. I’m a firm believer of always adding new skills to your toolkit, and this prompt is a true superpower.
It’s hard to find trustworthy people on specific topics that will just give out quality advice like this for free. I’m still a beginner or maybe an advanced beginner when it comes to coding, but let me tell you, this advice is worth gold when it comes to a beginner. And as you can see, I always broke it down and this was actually the hardest part with the E-book.
I always had to find the formula that you could replicate and customize to your own needs. So the way it works is simply you just replace the things in the square brackets with your own words, and then down here, you have some examples to get your imagination going.
Here’s my favorite part: you can simply take this formula and say, ‘generate some examples that are relevant for a computer-savvy young guy’ based on the following prompt formula Can you find some practical ways to [practice/develop][skill] without joining a course or community? Then, you can post the formula and it will just hit you with a bunch of prompts that are relevant.
And, if I say answer number two (answer #2),
it teaches me how to learn Photoshop myself. This is worth its weight in gold. So, that was one of 100 prompts I have in that E-book.
2. Chat GPT Prompt for Copywriting
Can you write a background summary of our main characters, Bob and Tiffany, that is vivid and interesting, highlighting their unique qualities and experiences?
Can you write a [type of text] of [subjects], that is [style] highlighting their characteristics?
- Can you write a news article about climate change, that is objective highlighting their scientific evidence and potential impacts?
- Can you write a blog post about self-care, that is personal highlighting their benefits and techniques?
- Can you write a social media post about animal rights, that is informative highlighting their statistics and ways to help?
3. Chat GPT Prompt for Social
Okay, so next up, I really want to look at the social category because that and the productivity category are my personal favorites.
In western society, is it generally considered better to be rich or powerful?
In [society/culture], is it generally considered better to be [characteristics] or [characteristics]?
- In American culture, is it generally considered better to be ambitious or laid-back?
- In Chinese culture, is it generally considered better to be respectful or rebellious?
- In Indian culture, is it generally considered better to be traditional or modern?
In Western society, is it generally considered better to be rich or powerful? An extremely hard question that has to consider so many variables. One might even call this a possible question, and this is exactly one of those that you wouldn’t just think of yourself. So, let’s see what it says here.
And the answer is amazing; it actually starts talking about value systems, the thing that underlies this question, and how money or power might not be what most people value and, therefore, none of the two is better.
Then, you can come at it with tricky questions like: “But in the case of a politician, which one is generally preferable to be, powerful rather than wealthy?”
And then it explains. You can use this particular prompt to travel the world; just go ahead and say, “In Indian culture, is it generally considered better to be traditional or modern?” and chat GPT starts schooling you on Indian culture. Right here, right now!
Okay, this answer is very ambiguous, but with this you can always follow up and specify a certain region or a certain city and then get more concrete answers. Powerful prompt especially when you’re dealing with a diverse group of people.
4. Chat GPT Prompt for Health
But now, it’s time to talk about your health here, because this is again one of those topics that are not obvious at all.
Can you create a 7-day meal plan for an adult who needs to consume 2,000 calories per day, but make it lactose-intolerance friendly?
Can you create a [number]-day meal/diet plan for an [age group] who needs to consume [number] calories per day, but make it [restriction]-friendly?
- Can you create a 7-day meal/diet plan for a 25-year-old who needs to consume 2000 calories per day, but make it vegan-friendly?
- Can you create a 3-day meal plan for a teenager who needs to consume 1500 calories per day, but make it gluten-free?
- Can you create a 5-day meal plan for a senior who needs to consume 1200 calories per day, but make it low-sodium?
I mean, who would ask it: Can you create a seven-day meal plan for an adult who needs to consume 2,000 calories a day, but make it lactose intolerance friendly? And, as always, you can customize it to yourself by changing the age group, the number of calories, and your restrictions. Trust me, these formulas were hard to generate, but it allows for a very no-brainer approach to the whole thing – you can just go ahead, copy-and-paste, and then, by glancing over it for a millisecond, you instantly see which words you need to change to customize the whole thing to your needs.
So, let’s have a look – and, yeah, by the way, the one-liner prompt is always my personal favorite, and in this case I just turned GPT into a private chef that made a customized menu just for me. How amazing is that!
5. Chat GPT Prompt for Entertainment
Okay and to round this out we’ll use one of my favorite entertainment prompts here.
Can you come up with a funny nickname for a dog that incorporates a play on words?
Can you come up with a funny nickname for [subject] that incorporates a play on words?
- Can you come up with a funny nickname for a unicorn that incorporates a play on words?
- Can you come up with a funny nickname for a chicken that incorporates a play on words?
- Can you come up with a funny nickname for a penguin that incorporates a play on words?
Let’s say you got a new dog and you need a name for it right now. Instead of going about it the old school way, how about saying, “Can you come up with a funny nickname for a dog that incorporates a play on words?”
And look, I don’t know what it is about it, but the keyword “play on words” is so effective here. This never ceases to amaze me: Woof Gangster, Doggy Style, Pawsper, Bark Twain. Maybe it’s just me, but the answers from this particular prompt are just really good.