My Journey With ChatGPT And Everything AI

I can’t believe I’m doing it… I’ve have wandered my way (after putting it off for months) to the dark side. Well to what some think is the dark side.

What am I talking about?

ChatGPT and everything AI.

I see everyone and their brother releasing products on how to use it, make money with it, and all that jazz and until just a few days ago I had completely ignored it because I just didn’t have time.

Until my good ol’ buddy (Hi Boo! 😘) Arun created a guide on it. I sat down and read it all in one reading and I was truly blown away. Now I got the PLR to it and took it and made it mine, so if you’re dying to see what I read and why it got my attention you can download the whole thing by clicking here!

So, this post marks my first journey into everything ChatGPT and everything else AI because I found this all isn’t JUST ChatGPT. This is a whole niche and a whole bunch of different tools that use AI to do different “things”. If you read the guide, you’ll see several of those different things.

My question is do my readers want to see what I’m doing on this journey? Do you want to know what I’m using AI for? What possibilities I find to make money with it? What tools I’m using? What resources I’m studying? All that stuff!

If so, let me know by leaving a comment below. If I get enough responses I will update you as I have updates and tell you my findings.

Deal?

Okay… Leave your comments below! Just give me a yes and/or give me your tips, your questions, etc. and TOGETHER we will see where this journey takes us. If not I’ll just keep it all to myself. 😂

 

44 Comments to “My Journey With ChatGPT And Everything AI”

    1. liztomey Author

      Yes… I REALLY didn’t want to. But I think that’s the little old lady in me that hates change. *lol* I’m excited by it now though.

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  1. I read the first report Arun wrote about ChatGPT and I began to check it out. I use it for book titles but, I will not let it create my content for two reasons. First, I enjoy writing. It relaxes me.
    The second reason is because of what ChatGPT told me during a conversation. It said that it can include copy right protected information in it’s responses. It said it can make mistakes and that all of it’s output should be fact checked for copy right, accuracy, and be rewritten. That is no different than doing my own research and writing my own content to begin with.`

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    1. liztomey Author

      I hope you can remove that thought from your head because this thing is FAST. I thought I was quick at researching, but this thing blows me away. The time you will save just by using it to research is worth the investment. Plus all the things it can do to help you write better copy. That alone is my BIG focus with it. Getting it to help me with copy for so many different things.

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  2. Leo

    Yes by all means Liz…if we wanted it or not, it is hear to stay and what I’ve heard, it is supposed to make our life easier, work less hard. But it is Chinese to me…so please enlightened us please, and thank you!

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    1. liztomey Author

      ChatGPT is pretty straight forward. The hard part is knowing what you want it to do and getting it to do it in the best way possible. You first need to know what you NEED it to do. What in your business do you need it to do? Then you have to figure out the best way to ask it to do it. Prompts that you feed into the different AI chats help you do that. That’s how I understand it at this point.

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  3. Phil Beattie

    Way to go, Liz. I think you’ll find that ChatGPT can be an awesome tool for generating lots of ideas. I used it to choose my latest domain name, write my YouTube channel description, and (this totally blew my mind) I actually asked ChatGPT to write an entire children’s book that teaches kids how to recognise and learn about everyday objects. What it produced is good enough to publish on Kindle. So yeah, I’m fully interested in learning more about ChatGPT.

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      1. Phil Beattie

        Actually no editing required. When I created my prompt I included everything I wanted included from the names of the characters to their relationships and the types of objects they would interact with in their exploration of the world. What ChatGPT gave me was the best writing I’ve ever read. I’m going to try to publish this book on Kindle to see what happens. I just need to create some images and a book cover in Canva and I’m done. The result: a completed book.

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  4. I have worked in IT for over 30 years and really love ‘playing with’ new technology when it comes out. With that being said, I have found it to be very helpful with so many tasks after my introduction from Cindy’s AI Elevation.

    With you getting in on it, I look forward to seeing/hearing your insights and how you utilize them. In Jumanji style, welcome to the jungle… 😎

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    1. liztomey Author

      I LOVE Cindy! I didn’t know she had a product out about it. I will have to check that out. Feel free to drop your affiliate link for that. Thanks, Reg.

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  5. Walt Wise

    Hi Liz,

    I have been digging into ChatGPT a lot over the last few weeks.

    I found that it can do a lot of things for me, like research, creating content, creating email messages, etc. But it does have some limitations and needs editing.

    One of the biggest helps I have found is ChatGPT prompts which help you define exactly what you want anyhow you want it.

    I’d really be interested in seeing how you use it and the prompts you use.

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    1. liztomey Author

      Thank you for your trust and confidence. I think I will deep dive into this for you guys and report what I’m finding. 😉

      Liz

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  6. Silas Mabaso

    YEP, I have also started venturing into AI since March, and what a journey. I read an article saying that AI technology is going to add $15,7 Trillion to the GDP globally. That are astronomical numbers and this indicates wealth redistribution and it is an opportune time to catch the wave. I think we are fortunate to be part of the history. So I do not want to be left behind.

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  7. Hi Liz,

    I’ve been down the AI & ChatGPT rabbit hole for a good while now and am more amazed at what it can do everyday.
    I’ve been using it to write headlines, sales copy, website copy and now even whole books. It saves so much time and creates content way better than I can in split seconds.
    I’ve sent you a product I create about it so you can see more of the possibilities.
    I just learned that you can even get it to write content in your own voice, that’s a game changer.

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  8. In my opinion, there is no point in anybody trying to ignore AI. It would be like trying to ignore the arrival of computers (yes, I am old enough to remember a time before they eisted) or to be more contemporary, the cell phone. It is here and will progress but it is like most things in that the danger lies within us and how we use it. Sure, there are issues surrounding AI but there will always be a way around them. If you don’t believe me just ask ChatGPT!

    Of course I am interested in your journey Liz and I hope to contribute to share AI knowledge.

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  9. I see ChatGPT and AI as tools to help me. A web site, online and offline products and services can benefit from the tools but they are no replacement for a human being.

    I have been involved with computers and related services for close to 30 years. How they work, what they do and don’t do or won’t do. In short, all electronics, computers and otherwise should be (and always should stay) an extension of a person. Unfortunately current beliefs about electronics and data have us believing the machine will replace us someday. If that is true, who will be left to push the reset button?

    Today ChatGPT and AI tools can help me gather data, since I am data processing consultant, that is great. But to trust that the data is implicit or immutable can be a fatal mistake, especially when the tech of it is too new.

    With all that said, ChatGPT and AI tools will be relegated to help me gather data that I can work with, research, draw conclusions from and hopefully produce some kind of tangible result. Remember though, ChatGPT and AI produce results based on the sum of all the data it has available and maybe some of your data too.

    I recently saw a WordPress plugin product to install ChatGPT services within the WP site, so you could use it from the site. For me that is definitely not a good idea at the moment.
    Wordpress sites are good but should never be a totally automated process without human intervention, since systems interacting with your site may not like that.

    Programmers are including ChatGPT and AI in online systems to help with processing in their systems.

    While all is well and good, the tech of it is still too new and not trustworthy enough yet, at least from an industry standpoint. It is like the difference between a new and used car (Used has a track record and some results for consideration, where new is unknown).

    ChatGPT and AI used wisely and carefully can be great tools for production.

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      1. Salvatore Zingale

        LOL… No… I did use it to create some still unpublished articles. The tech side of me thinks it is great, but as a realist I will use it for boiler plate stuff to help me out! It will be interesting to see how you use it!

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  10. Mike Broome

    From what I have seen so far, this is just the start, with so many possibilites that I suspect no one really knows where, or how far, this technology can go.
    It certainly seems to me that one of the main keys to this tech is the quality – and construction – of the prompts used. (Jibberish in, garbage out!!)
    I’m also windy about the ‘1,000/3,000/10,000 PLR prompts’ type products that are appearing, which are likely to be just fed in ‘as is’ throwing up much the same results as everyone else who is using them . . . . . . . .
    I’d certainly be interested in your take on the subject.

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    1. liztomey Author

      Agreed on all… I think I will start by diving into some prompts. What PLR packages have you seen that are selling prompts. I have totally ignored this and missed everything. 😂

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  11. I’ve been playing around with ChatGPT for a couple of weeks now. I asked it for sugarfree breakfast suggestions. Today I kinda made it write a book inclusive the pen name. Not sure yet whether I’ll publish it or not.
    I think it’s important to know how to write prompts. Still learning 🙂

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    1. liztomey Author

      I would get feedback on the book and if the feedback is good then why not publish it? And yes… I think prompts are where it’s at especially when getting started. Thanks for commenting and letting me know.

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  12. Mike Broome

    https://firelaunchers.com/offers/chatGPT-prompts-with-unrestricted-plr/ (although the video script sounded like it had been written by a 10 year old, which doesn’t inspire much confidence for a product which is all about the written word).
    It was advertised as 3,000 in some emails and 10,000 in others, though I suspect that after a few OTO’s it would end up at about 500,000!
    Also https://debbiedrum.com/99prompts-details/ which looks promising and from an established trusted source, also with a couple of upsells (‘900 Prompts’ and ‘Prompts Obstacles Training’.

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    1. liztomey Author

      I wont buy anything from Fire Launchers because of the bad quality with past purchases. Debbie however I’ll throw money at her all day long. I picked that up earlier today to check out. 😉

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  13. jon alvarez

    I can only say that I would love to see how you use AI for research and create high quality original PLR…and I know that you are so professional in the creation of your content that I just wish to know soon when I can continue learning from you…Thank you!

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    1. liztomey Author

      I plan on documenting everything I learn. It’s too early for me to start teaching. *lol* I don’t want to be like the rest and become an overnight expert and start selling “crap” to others. When I do create training though (if) it will be awesome! 😉

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