Boost Your Startup: Discover Ideas, Manage Meetings & More! 🎯
The Growth Letter #115
I've been diving deep into the world of ChatGPT recently, and I'm thrilled to share that I've started a new page on my website dedicated to this powerful tool. 🚀
Now, I know there's a lot of content about ChatGPT, and you might be thinking, "Oh no, not another one!" But hear me out. I've personally followed, checked, subscribed to, and used many of the prompts provided by others. And I've found them to be quite basic and need more value. 🤷♂️
That's why I've decided to take things up a notch. I aim to provide the highest value content possible. This new ChatGPT Guide on my website will be a comprehensive resource featuring custom and advanced prompts to help you get the most out of ChatGPT. But that's not all! I'll continually update the page with more resources, including information on the following:
and many other aspects you can utilize with ChatGPT. 🎯
I encourage you to bookmark the page and check back regularly for updates. And, of course, I'll keep you posted on all the latest additions in this newsletter. So stay tuned for more exciting content and resources to supercharge your ChatGPT experience! 🔥
As you can see from the screenshot above, one of my top prompts has now been used an incredible 4.8k times! I'm super happy to see that it's providing value and being utilized by so many of you. 😃
Today at a glance:
Your ultimate guide to ChatGPT 📚
Discovering startup ideas made easy💡
Tools for your next startup 🛠️
Exploring ChatGPT plugins with Jason West 🎥
MeetGeek - your AI meeting assistant 🤖
This week, I want to share a handy article I found: "12 Frameworks for Finding Startup Ideas: Advice for Future Founders".
This article is excellent for anyone considering starting a new business or refining an idea. It shows that coming up with a startup idea isn't about waiting for a sudden flash of inspiration - it's about doing your homework and putting in the work.
The article shares 12 practical tips from successful entrepreneurs. These tips can help you develop new ideas, whether you're just starting to think about a new business or already focused on a specific idea.
The article contains valuable brainstorming tips and questions to help test your ideas. It's a great guide to finding a problem to solve and starting your new business.
Many of you are founders, so you'll find this article helpful. I'm working on a new idea, and this article has been a big help. I'll share more about my new concept in the next few weeks, so watch for that!
You can read the full article here.
I want to share a LinkedIn post by Samuel Szuchan titled "12 Tools for Your Next Startup".
Samuel presents a carousel of tools incredibly beneficial for anyone starting a new venture or looking to optimize their current operations. He mentions tools like Webflow, Notion, HubSpot, Typeform, Testimonial, ConvertKit, and others.
These tools cover various needs, from website design, project management, customer relationship management, and form creation. They're all designed to make your life as a founder easier and more efficient.
This post is a great companion to the article I shared earlier. Once you've got your startup idea, these tools can help you bring it to life.
You can check out Samuel's post here for more details.
For our media highlight, I'd like to share a YouTube video by Jason West. In this video, Jason discusses the new ChatGPT plugins, exploring whether they're a revelation or a disappointment.
It's still early days since these plugins were released. As with all AI technologies, they will evolve rapidly, and we'll be very impressed with them soon. I already use the Zapier plugin and have connected it to my Notion, allowing me to feed my content ideas directly into my Notion databases. It's a game-changer, and we're just at the beginning of what's possible.
Check out Jason's video here for a deeper dive into the world of ChatGPT plugins.
This week, I'd like to recommend a tool that has been a game-changer for me in managing my meetings - MeetGeek. If you're like me, juggling multiple sessions and struggling to keep track of all the notes, this tool could be a lifesaver.
I've tried Otter.ai and many other note-taking tools that work on calls, but they've all fallen short. MeetGeek, while not perfect, has been a significant help, especially when I've missed any notes. It breaks down the meeting minutes quite effectively.
Here's what MeetGeek promises:
Forget about the hassle of taking notes while someone is speaking.
No more transcribing meeting minutes and manually sharing them with others.
No more spending hours coordinating meeting decisions with teammates.
MeetGeek automates everything for you! It transforms lengthy meeting recordings into a summary of key topics, provides a conversation summary written in a human-like language, and even auto-tags every action item, point of concern, or essential detail.
Moreover, with just one click, you can create highlights from longer meetings and make these meeting insights easily accessible and shareable with your team. You can store all your Zoom, Teams, and Google meeting notes in a single, searchable, secure location.
I've been testing this for three days on my calls, and it's been a great help. This tool will get better very fast. So, if you need help with so many meetings and notes to take and are worried about forgetting stuff, I recommend you try it out.
Check out MeetGeek and let me know what you think!
I unveiled a comprehensive ChatGPT guide on my website 🚀
Shared an insightful article for finding startup ideas 🌟
Showcased a LinkedIn post featuring tools for your next startup 🛠️
Highlighted Jason West's video on ChatGPT plugins 📹
Recommended MeetGeek, an AI tool for managing meetings 📝