Caution when using OpenAi's ChatGPT: It should only be used as a idea generator. Never take what it gives you and copy / paste it.
Us it as a tool to help you take the 80% if gives you and make it 100% your own.
In this webinar I'll be sharing what prompts real estate agents are using get the best results.
Sometimes it's wrong and you'll run the risk of the blind-leading-the-blind. People fear AI will take all our jobs but at the same time they already use it like it should be.
This is just a tool and I'll show you how to use it.
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ChatGPT hacks and super prompts:
"Act as a"
By telling it to act as a specific industry it will produce better results with that dataset. Example: Act as a real estate coach and create a 30 day game plan for new agents.
"Using a URL"
You can give it a URL of a image and it can describe the photo. Knowing this you can give it your listing photos and tell it: "Create a MLS listing description of this property photo: URL"
ChatGPT can be limited in it's text output. The first time I noticed this was when I asked it to make a 20 point list but it only gave me 15... so I typed "continue" and it did!
So if you have it writing a ebook and it only writes the first page or chapter you can simply say "continue" and it will.
Telling it to research any topic and the rabbit hole it uncovers is crazy! Such a handy way to learn about anything. You can flip this as a topic generator for your real estate content.
Example: Research buying a home for the first time. Or research selling a home for the first time. Research fixing and flipping a home for profit.
"Act as a"
I had it act as a appliance repair person and diagnose a coffee Keurig machine not heating up... and it basically made me a manual on the steps and it worked.
"Ask more questions before"
The results you get are only as good as the questions you ask. This is a way to have the AI ask you questions about the topic so it has a better understanding on what you want. Surface level questions get you surface level results.
"Start fresh" or "forget about previous conversations"
One of the cool features about ChatGPT is that once you start a conversation it remembers everything you tell it. Meaning future questions it'll reference past conversations. This is both a great feature but also it can get off track. To start fresh just tell it "start fresh" or "forget previous conversations"
Starting over is hard. Physical fitness or business. It's hard starting new habits.
Print this 30 day challenge and stick it on your fridge. It's to create a game of your new habit.
The idea is simple: Spend 20 minutes a day on your new habit (could be prospecting clients or a simple walk around the block). The rule is you gotta aim for 30 straight days. If you mess up you start over.
Once you hit 30 days in a row and truly try... it'll be amazing to see and feel the difference that daily focused effort will produce. 90% is just showing up and taking action.
I include 20 minuets of cleaning to help shape daily discipline. It snowballs a sense of pride and accomplishment.
This is a total clean program. A chance to restart you, your business and your overall health.