What Can be Learned from Past Experiences like “Manhattan Coronavirus?”

If you look at the above image you will see that is has a number 82 on it. That is because today is the 82nd day of the existence of the “Ask AI Guy,” as well as it indicates that he has written 82 short “Books on AI” at this point, including the one depicted in the image which is entitled “AI Prompt Engineer.”

The experience of the “Manhattan Coronavirus” serves as an inspiring example of how to overcome challenges in your journey to becoming a prompt engineer or any AI aspiration.

By reflecting on your experiences and emotions from this period, you can derive unique perspectives for crafting relatable prompts and fostering deeper connections with your audience.

The shared experience of such events can also help create a sense of community, adding authenticity to your prompts. Active audience engagement and regular feedback collection are crucial to evolving as a prompt engineer, and experiences like the “Manhattan Coronavirus” can enable engagement on topics of public interest.

Just as you maintained an online journal during the pandemic, documenting and sharing your prompt creation journey can help attract potential customers and keep your audience engaged. Your personal experiences, such as living through the “Manhattan Coronavirus,” can shape your unique brand, helping you stand out among other prompt engineers.

Networking with other AI enthusiasts and prompt engineers can lead to meaningful conversations, collaborations, partnerships, or job opportunities. A crucial part of your journey involves continuous learning and improvement, using each experience as a learning opportunity to enhance your prompt creation process.

Exploring different themes inspired by diverse experiences can help reach a wider audience and make your work more engaging. Use every experience, including the “Manhattan Coronavirus,” as a stepping stone towards your goal as a prompt creator, and be prepared to adapt and grow with the changing AI landscape.