How ChatGPT Helped Me to Boost My Productivity and Unlock My Creativity

How ChatGPT Helped Me to Boost My Productivity and Unlock My Creativity

In today’s digital age, harnessing the power of AI has become increasingly important for businesses. One such AI tool that has revolutionised my own creative process and productivity is ChatGPT. Since I started using ChatGPT in November 2022, I have discovered new ways to leverage its capabilities and witnessed a significant transformation in my content creation efforts.

Dispelling Misconceptions

Despite some skepticism surrounding AI’s potential to replace human creativity, I believe ChatGPT serves as a complementary tool rather than a substitute for human expertise. While personal interactions and human touch will always be paramount in service-oriented businesses, ChatGPT surpasses individuals who lack profound knowledge and insights. It challenges us to upskill and excel in our respective fields, ultimately enhancing the customer experience, which is the ultimate differentiator.

Embracing Change

The world is evolving, and it is essential to embrace the changes brought about by AI. Ignoring these advancements can be detrimental to the growth and success of our businesses. As someone who struggled with self-doubt and procrastination, ChatGPT has been instrumental in helping me overcome these obstacles and unleash my creativity. Perhaps you can relate to this struggle, too.

Improving Productivity with ChatGPT

I’ve been experimenting with ChatGPT and here are some of the ways I use it to help me get more done without the overthinking:

  1. Summarising Long Texts into Bullet Points:
    In today’s fast-paced world, time is of the essence. ChatGPT can efficiently summarise lengthy and complex texts into concise bullet points. This feature is particularly useful when trying to extract the main ideas and key takeaways from articles, books, or industry-related texts. By saving time and effort, ChatGPT empowers us to stay updated and informed without compromising on other pressing tasks.
  2. Generating Ideas for Blog Posts:
    For those who find writing a challenge, like myself, ChatGPT serves as a valuable brainstorming tool. Simply provide a topic, keywords, or a brief overview, and ChatGPT will generate a list of engaging blog post ideas. This functionality ignites inspiration and helps overcome writer’s block, enabling us to consistently produce compelling content.
  3. Creating Outlines for Blog Posts:
    Maintaining structure and coherence is crucial when crafting impactful blog posts. ChatGPT can assist in creating outlines based on provided keywords or working titles. By receiving an introductory paragraph, a middle section, and a concluding paragraph, we gain a solid framework to develop our own ideas and insights. While ChatGPT can provide guidance, it is our unique perspectives that shape the final outcome.
  4. Asking Questions for Clarity:
    ChatGPT’s question-answering capability is immensely beneficial for gaining clarity and refining our ideas. By inputting course or program notes, we can transform them into well-defined frameworks. Furthermore, ChatGPT can suggest enhancements to enhance clients’ experiences and deliver exceptional results. Utilizing this feature streamlines our content development, ensuring our frameworks are comprehensive, actionable, and tailored to our clients’ needs.
  5. Creating Headlines and Hooks:
    Crafting attention-grabbing headlines and hooks is crucial for capturing audience interest. ChatGPT excels in generating compelling headlines that surpass my own abilities. By pasting in an article and requesting headline suggestions, we receive a range of options to choose from. This tool significantly improves content engagement and increases the likelihood of readers diving into our articles.


In conclusion, ChatGPT has become an indispensable tool for unlocking creativity, improving productivity, and enhancing performance. Its ability to summarise texts, generate ideas, create outlines, provide clarity, and suggest headlines makes it an invaluable asset for content creators. By streamlining various aspects of the content creation process, ChatGPT empowers us to bring our ideas to life and overcome the barriers that hindered our progress.

In fact, I believe in it so deeply both I and Deb Taylor, my fellow coach inside The Fully Booked Collective spent two days to create the ChatGPT Business Power Planner – 25 prompts designed to help you create more ease and flow in your business using the power of AI. You can grab a copy here.

Ready for Success in 2023? Time To Make Your Go-To Business Tool

Ready for Success in 2023? Time To Make Your Go-To Business Tool

Have you heard about, if not I’m here to explain to you why I think it should be your Go-To Business Tool in 2023.

Notion has actually been around since 2013 when a small team of college students initially set out to improve personal productivity and note taking. They quickly realised its potential and that it could be used for so many other things that it quickly evolved. They continue to improve and evolve the product and today it is used by many businesses and individuals who are keen to improve their business operations, performance and productivity.

I first found out about Notion in 2021 and I’ve spent the past year playing around with it myself. Building data bases and templates for myself, testing it with clients. I am obsessed with it. I can just see how it can help so many people who feel overwhelmed with all the tech required to run an online business.

Over the past 7 yeas since I launched my own business and have been deep into the back-end of many 6 and 7 figure online coaching businesses, Notion for me is hands down the best thing I’ve seen. It’s the fact you can run your business all-in-one place. No need for numerous excel spreadsheets to track sales, finance or social media numbers. No need for hundreds of note files in your phone, or multiple physical notebooks (if you happen to be anything like me and start a new notebook just because it’s pretty). The features inside of Notion make it possible to use it for task management, project management, note taking, team communication and much much more.

5 Reasons Why Should Be Your Go-To Tool in 2023

Reason #1 – Customisable Interface

Apart from the simple aesthetic in Notion, the customisable interface is what does it for me. It just works for my brain. The fact that I can build something that REALLY works for ME is what I love the most. You can create your own personalised workspaces and dashboards, so you can organise yourself and your business in a way that works best for you, reducing distraction and overwhelm and boosting your productivity and performance at the same time.

Reason #2 – Integrations

Notion integrates with many third party tools and services such as Google Drive, Trello, Slack, Zapier and much much more making it easy to connect all of your business workflows and systems together.

In fact many companies have sprung providing tools that enhance Notions capabilities even further, such as forms, graphs and even the possibility to turn Notion pages into a membership site.

Reason #3 – All-in-one Tool

As I’ve already said and I cannot emphasis this enough, the fact that you can have everything you need to run your online coaching business in ONE single place is the biggest appeal of Notion. It isn’t just limited to task or project management, you can create knowledge databases, an internal wiki (which is how lots of Startups use it), build a CRM and so much more. The functions and features inside of Notion make all of this possible.

Reason #4 – Mobile and Desktop Apps

I know many applications and tools offer Mobile and Desktop apps nowadays, so this is just another reason why Notion is great, it makes collaborating with freelancers, team members and even clients so easy, keeping everyone on track and productive.

Reason #5 – Collaboration

Because of the way you can build Notion to suit your unique wants and needs, plus the strong focus on collaboration inside the tool itself with the ability to comment/communicate inside of Notion it’s self, helps teams to effectively work together in real time and share information easily. The same applies for clients, because I think this would be an awesome way to manage 1:1 clients and even group programmes.

So while Asana and ClickUp are also great, they are predominantely project management tools and are limited to project and task management in comparison to what you can build inside of Notion. It’s the flexibility and all-in-one aspect that is the biggest advantage to me.

I honestly can see more business owners moving to Notion in 2023, so if you’d like to find out more or need some help to get your own Notion space set up, I would love to help you. Book a discovery call with me here. I would love to help and support you on your journey to streamline your operations and achieve your goals in 2023.

How to Drive Traffic to Your Sales Funnel

How to Drive Traffic to Your Sales Funnel

How to Drive Traffic to Your Sales Funnel

When it comes to leveraging your time, automation is the sharpest tool in your CEO toolbox. It allows you to get more done in less time, and to smoothly move people through your funnel.  

For many small business owners, though, the one area that’s often overlooked is your website.  

Use Your Blog to Build Your Mailing List 

Like any smart business owner, you likely have opt-in forms on your website. They’re in the sidebar or maybe the footer, and you might have a pop-up to capture attention as visitors are about to leave.  

But do you have a solid call to action at the end of your blog posts? When a new reader is finished consuming your posts, she’s primed to learn more. Give her the opportunity by offering an opt-in at the end of each post.  

Even better, make it a logical next step by creating a related offer for each post. Called a content upgrade, these offers typically consist of a simple checklist or worksheet, and capture attention by providing even more information about a topic they’re already interested in.  

Keep Them Reading With Related Links 

How often do you revisit old blog posts to link to newer content? This is an important maintenance job that will help provide visitors with the information they’re looking for by linking related posts together.  

Not only is this strategy good for keeping visitors on your site, but Google approves as well. Posts that link to each other encourage search engine bots to crawl your site more thoroughly, and help boost the rankings of your most relevant posts.  

[Hint: This is a perfect job for your VA.] 

Automation is the smartest tool in your CEO toolbox when it comes to leveraging your time.

Make the Best of Your Download Pages 

Whether you’re giving away a free report or paid product, your download pages can pull double-duty by offering visitors a “what’s next” option. For free download pages, a related, low-cost product is best. It gives readers the chance to learn more about you with a small investment.  

For paid products, consider offering a complementary product instead. If you’re protecting your download pages with a membership script such as Customer Hub, you can even offer upsells based on what they already own, making the choice even easier for them.  

And if you’re using a double-opt-in mailing list, make use of that confirmation page, too! That’s the perfect place for a quick upsell or an invitation to join you in your Facebook group or weekly Periscope.  

Here’s a good rule of thumb to follow on your website: Whenever a reader lands on a page, she should be offered the next logical step. When you write your blog posts or create your download pages, keep that in mind, and your funnel will practically fill itself.  


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Why Your “Why” Is So Important For Success

Why Your “Why” Is So Important For Success

Why Your “Why” Is So Important For Success

What do super-successful coaches and small business owners all have in common?

It’s not experience.  

It’s not extraordinary skills.

It’s not even a powerful drive.

Although all of these things can definitely help your business grow, they’re not a prerequisite for success. After all, no one is born with experience or skills, and plenty of successful people lack drive.

The one thing that does make a difference, though, is your “why.”

Why did you decide to become a coach?

Why do you spend too many hours in front of your computer every week?

Why do you stay up too late and get up too early, just so you can work on growing your business?

The “why” is what ultimately drives us to success, but here’s the thing: it’s different for everyone. Your why is not my why, and my why is not her why. It’s a deeply personal choice that can have great meaning…or not.  

Your “why” is the one thing that will ultimately drive you to success. It’s a deeply personal choice that can have a great meaning….or not.

A mother of small children may be saddened at the thought of sending her kids to daycare just so she can go to work to (barely) pay for it. Her big why is a drive to spend as much time with her kids as she can, while still supporting her family.  

A young, fresh out of school entrepreneur might resist taking the same path her parents took, working for a corporation for 40 years, only to retire and find themselves with barely enough to live on. Instead, she dreams of having the income (and the time) to see the world while she’s still young enough to enjoy it.  

So what’s your big “why”? It might be the freedom to travel, the option to spend time with your family, the ability to take weeks off at a time to care for a sick family member, or even to earn enough money to support a charity that’s close to your heart.  

Whatever it is, your “why” is the driving force behind every action you take. When you’re deciding whether or not to take on a new client, ask yourself if it’s aligned with your “why.” When you’re setting goals for the year, ask yourself if those goals are moving you closer or further from your big why. Thinking of branching out into a new business venture? Make sure it’s in alignment with your big why, and success is suddenly much more attainable.  


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How To Really Set Smart Goals For Success

How To Really Set Smart Goals For Success

Do you want to be better at setting goals? Do you want to set goals that translate into success?

Here’s the thing, we’ve always been told that goals should be SMART, right? That the only thing that matters is setting goals that are Specific, Measureable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely. 

Now that SMART analogy might look great on paper and be easy to remember, but what if this approach doesn’t go far enough for those of us that a) struggle to set goals in the first place and b)want to achieve big things. Think about it. Do you want to be stuck with “attainable” and “realistic” goals when what you really dream about is a 3-day workweek, travelling internationally frequently and hitting a million dollars in revenue before you turn 30 or 40? I personally don’t believe those SMART goals are going to get you there since they only encourage you to play safe.

In fact, they might create even greater damage than simply “not get you there.” They may actively hold you back.

Consider what happens when you set an “attainable” goal of earning 10% more than you did last year. You might work 10% more. You might spend 10% more on ads or product creation. You might even reach out to 10% more potential clients.  

And you’ll likely earn about 10% more.  

“Not bad!” you say. After all, that was your goal.  

But did that 10% goal inspire you to work harder? Or did it create a subconscious ceiling on your earning potential that you’re unable to break through?  

When you shun the attainable in favour of the “holy cow, how will I ever do THAT?” goal, you push yourself beyond those self-imposed limits and reach for the stars.  

Rather than focusing on goals that are attainable and realistic, savvy entrepreneurs know that the key to incredible success lies in creating seriously ambitious goals that feel seriously uncomfortable and completely out of reach — maybe even UN-attainable.  They dare to dream BIG. They don’t strive to earn 10% more than last year. They want 50% or even 100% more. They stretch themselves. They find new—and better—ways to do things, so they don’t have to work twice as hard, but they remain open to the possibility of doing so, at least in the short term, when it’s necessary.  

Of course, you cannot simply declare crazy goals and expect the universe to hand them to you. And that’s exactly why putting aside those smart goals is actually really smart. When you shun the attainable in favour of the “holy cow, how will I ever do THAT?” goal, you push yourself beyond those self-imposed limits and reach for the stars.  

Sure, you might not double your income, but you’re almost guaranteed to do better than a mere 10% increase. So push your boundaries. Set big, scary, audacious goals. Dare to dream even bigger. Even if you fail, you’ll be much further ahead than those smart goals would leave you.