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Six Steps To Achieve Your Big Goals According To AI

In the previous solo episode, we talked about whether or not you should burn the boats and go all in on your big goal.

I promise I’ll do a bigger summary in the future, but I used a couple of the main points from Matt Higgin’s “Burn the Boats” book in that episode, like the fact that you need to ask yourself the right questions in order to get to your individual plan.

Should You Go All In?

What qualities make you someone people would respect and admire?

Do you want to spend your days creating from scratch or executing someone else’s vision?

Can you tolerate the risk of an uncertain future, or need predictability to thrive?

Would you rather be thinking or doing?

Do you feed off of human interaction or does it drain you?

When have you been happiest and what would it take to feel that way again?

What do you want your Epitaph to read?

The bottom line is this, the answers will be different for every one of us in different seasons of life. But, at any given moment we can still pursue our biggest, most valuable goal. We can, no excuses, make consistent progress toward that big dream.

In the next few solo episodes, I’ll share all about the concept of reverse engineering our goals. How to begin with the end in mind, work backward, but stay consistent when the big dreams may be far away.

Today I wanted to do something quick and simple that explains the overall process of reverse engineering. In the coming episodes I’ll share more detailed insights from Tim Ferris, Alex Hormozi, and my own experience, but for the purpose of sharing the overall concept and because I want to practice with AI, I asked ChatGPT to write the episode.

My Prompt To Chat GPT:

I asked Chat GPT to create a podcast episode based on the following prompt.

Write me a script for a 5-minute podcast episode, in my style, on how people can go about reverse engineering their big life goals.

The AI-Created Script

HOST: (confident)
You’ve heard of reverse engineering in technology, right? It’s a method where a product, like a computer or a car, is disassembled to understand its components and working principles. But what if I told you we could apply the same concept to our life goals? Let’s get into it.

HOST: (energetic)
Step 1 is Define Your End Goal. This is where you set a clear and concise target. Do you want to publish a novel? Start your own business? Run a marathon? Whatever it is, be specific.

HOST: (curious)
Step 2 is Break It Down. Once you have your goal, break it down into smaller, more manageable pieces. If you want to write a novel, what are the steps involved? You need to brainstorm ideas, create an outline, write drafts, revise, and then submit it to publishers.

HOST: (assured)
Step 3 is Establish a Timeline. Time is a crucial factor when reverse engineering your goals. Estimate how long each mini-goal will take. Remember, it’s okay to adjust this later. Life often throws curveballs our way!

HOST: (encouraging)
Step 4 is Prioritize and Sequence. Once you have your mini-goals and timeline, you need to prioritize. Which tasks are most crucial and which ones depend on others? For instance, in novel writing, you need a solid outline before you can start drafting.

HOST: (inspiring)
Step 5 is Take Action. Now, it’s time to put your plan into motion. Start with the first task on your list. Remember, progress, not perfection, is the goal here.

HOST: (supportive)
And finally, Step 6 is Evaluate and Adjust. No plan is perfect. Be open to learning and adjusting your plan based on your experiences.

HOST: (animated)
And there you have it! Reverse engineering your life goals can be a powerful way to bring clarity and focus to your ambitions.

HOST: (sincere)
Remember, it’s all about the journey, not just the destination. These steps are meant to guide you, but everyone’s path will be different. Embrace the uniqueness of your own journey and make the most of it!

[Outro music starts]

HOST: (cheerful)
That’s all for today, folks! Remember, we’re here to help you cultivate wisdom in just five minutes. Until next time, stay curious, stay motivated, and keep reverse engineering those life goals!

Not Too Bad

That really wasn’t too bad. In general, I want to create my own content, but using ChatGPT, or any AI for that matter can be one more tool to help us with our creativity.

So why not give it a try? Start adding some AI to your workflow.

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Thanks for reading. Your pal,
Justin @JustTries 


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