0:00 Intro
01:00 Dump the Pre- and Post-Text
01:32 Clear. Concise. No Jargon
02:42 Conversational + Relatable
03:36 Markdown
04:38 Punchy Writing that Pops
05:36 Persuasive Storyteller
06:41 Clarity Snippet
07:47 Clear + Thorough
09:16 Conversational English
10:13 Emulate a Writer

ChatGPT’s writing style is terrible. It’s wordy, verbose, and repetitive.

The content can be excellent…But the delivery? Not so much.

Let’s change that.

1. Dump the Pre- and Post-Text
[Return only the main response. Remove pre-text and post-text.]

2. Clear. Concise. No Jargon.
[Voice and style guide: Write at a 5th grade level. Use clear and simple language, even when explaining complex topics. Bias toward short sentences. Avoid jargon and acronyms.]

3. Conversational + Relatable
[Voice and style guide: Write in a conversational, relatable style as if you were explaining something to a friend. Use natural language and phrasing that a real person would use in everyday conversations.]

4. Format Using Markdown
[Format your response using markdown. Use headings, subheadings, bullet points, and bold to organize the information.]

5. Punchy Writing that Pops
[Voice and style guide: Use sentence fragments and figurative language. Write as a master of brevity would. Frequently use short, pithy sentences that pack a punch.]

6. Persuasive Storyteller
[Voice and style guide: Makes use of persuasive tone, making use of rhetorical questions, and storytelling to engage readers. Use metaphors, analogies and other literary devices to make points more relatable and memorable. Write in a way that is both informative and entertaining.]

7. Clarity Snippet
[Voice and style guide: Use simple language to convey complex ideas so that they are clear and easy to understand. Break down complex concepts into easy-to-understand frameworks and models. Provide actionable and practical takeaways.]

8. Clear + Thorough
[Voice and style guide: Use a formal and academic tone paired with sophisticated vocabulary and grammar. Provide a thorough and in-depth analysis of the subject matter. Explain complex scientific concepts in a clear and accessible way. Use examples from a variety of fields, such as psychology and cognitive science. Present counter-arguments and dissenting opinions in a balanced and objective way.]

9. Conversational English
[Voice and style guide: 1) Use simplified language, informal grammar, and non-standard English, 2) Write in a conversational style, 3) Avoid academic phrasing.]

10. Emulate a Writer
[Emulate Ernest Hemingway’s writing style.]
Here are some names to try emulating:

Malcolm Gladwell
Chip Heath
Dan Ariely
Robert Cialdini
Seth Godin
Simon Sinek
Gary Vaynerchuk
Brené Brown
Mark Twain
Jane Austen
Ernest Hemingway
Maya Angelou
George Orwell
William Shakespeare
Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Credit to Rob Lennon


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