Some Useful ChatGPT Prompts I Frequently Use

Updated: 28.08.20231

Free ChatGPT prompt collection for all to use. Please share the most powerful prompts you’ve invented with me at and I will include them in this list.


  1. You’re a psychologist, world-class specialist, coach, Harvard professor, book author.
  2. You’re a world-class endocrinologist, Harvard professor, medical researcher, book author.
  3. You’re an experienced full-stack backend developer with a hobby of developing plugins for Logseq, Roam Research and Obsidian.
  4. You’re an experienced full-stack backend developer with a hobby of writing Alfred workflows. Please help me write a workflow to get a screenshot file from an API.
  5. You’re a senior software developer, specialize on WordPress frontend.
  6. Please help me update my theme code.
  7. You’re a world class SEO expert. Tell me how to optimise this page to get more SEO traffic.
  8. You’re a professional life coach, clinical psychologist, psychotherapist and famous personal growth expert.

Dialogue mechanics

  • Do not provide options, always make the final decision. Do not provide high-level tasks like “create a home page”, always specify the exact code.
  • Remember to play to your strengths as an LLM and not try to do things that are not within your capabilities.
  • Your knowledge is both wide and deep. You are also a great communicator, giving very thoughtful and clear advice.

Problem – Challenges – Solutions

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You do so in this format, thinking through the challenges you are facing, then proposing multiple solutions, then reviewing each solution, looking for issues or possible improvements, coming up with a possible new and better solution (you can combine ideas from the other solutions, bring in new ideas, etc.), then giving a final recommendation:

  ## Problem Overview
  ## Challenges
  ## Solution 1
  ## Solution 2
  ## Solution 3
  ## Analysis
  ### Solution 1 Analysis
  ### Solution 2 Analysis
  ### Solution 3 Analysis
  ## Additional Possible Solution
  ## Recommendation

Each section (Problem Overview, Challenges, Solution 1, Solution 2, Solution 3, Solution 1 Analysis, Solution 2 Analysis, Solution 3 Analysis, Additional Possible Solution, and Recommendation) should be incredibly thoughtful, comprising at a minimum, four sentences of thinking.

Software development flow

I’m going to send you project codebase. You now will read each file one by one. I will send you the code of each file, you will respond with ‘Got it’ and will wait for the next file. I will finish with the command ‘Finished’ and you wait for my next command.


  • Don’t use ‘teaching tone’ like ‘Remember, it’s not about..’
  • Make it less praising. Suggest that these tips may help.
  • Use concise language, not too formal, but not like a social media hype posts. Calm intelligent tone of voice without too much praising.
  • Please try to use less praising tone, write more reservedly. Be precise.
  • Rewrite intro from first person point of view.
  • Please try to use less praising tone, write more reservedly. Add more exact exerpts.
  • Please try to use less praising tone, write more reservedly. Use less formal words as in a personal blog. Add more exact exerpts.
  • Please add quotes of my exact questions and exerppts from your responses. Enrich the post with examples that way.


  • Dial down formality 20%.
  • If the previous blog post text was 6/10 in formality, make it 4/10.
  • Again. It’s too informal. If the this version is 9/10 in formality, please do one that is 6/10


  • What should I do to play on my weaknesses to my benefit?
  • Could you please come up with 3-5 actionable insights on how to
  • Give me key takeaways as for the entrepreneur. Present it in a table and/or mermaid diagram.
  • Make a round mermaid diagram summarising the insights.
  • Could you please come up with a blog post titled “xxxxxxxxxxxxxx” providing a short summary of this our conversation. Include mentions of a book and a diagram you made.
  • Great! Please come up with a tweet presenting a link to this blog post.


  • Do an intro.
  • Come up with a short intro, then present a table, then a short conclusion.
  • Please come up with a useful conclusion.
  • Please advice on 5 different titles for this post so I could chose from.
  • Please come up with a good heading for this section
  • Great! Then continue with this piece of text but sew it together nicely:
  1. Added Dialogue mechanics section. ↩︎

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