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TTPQ #1 (Tweet, Thread, AI Prompt, Quote)

Supercharge your content with a Tweet or Thread Template, AI Prompt, and Book Quote

Hi everyone! Welcome to issue 1 of TTPQ. Every Saturday I’ll be sending out a quick, value-packed newsletter like this one containing:

• Either a tweet or thread template (with examples)

• A content creation related AI prompt (to be used with ChatGPT)

• A thought provoking excerpt from a book I’m reading

These are all templates, meaning there will be certain spots where you’ll fill in ideas to make the content personal. Anywhere you see brackets {} you fill in your own idea.

I’m welcome to any and all feedback! Please reply, comment, or DM with any thoughts, criticisms, or suggestions.

Tweet Template

Pro {Topic} tip:

{Your Tip}.

Here’s why: {Reason}.


Tweet Example:

Pro tweet-writing tip:

Always put a line break in between sentences

Here’s why: Your tweet becomes 1000x more readable.


AI Prompt

This prompt brainstorms 10 ideas to talk about in a piece of content. I use this prompt for ideating topics for long-form writing:

Begin prompt


Interesting content tends to be 1) Exciting, 2) Thought Provoking, 3) Contrarian, 4) Simple.

Brainstorm ten interesting ideas for a newsletter on the above topic. The objective of this newsletter is to

  1. Make readers think differently about the topic.

  2. Help them solve challenges.

  3. Make readers understand complex topics.

  4. Evoke emotion from the reader.

  5. Take an angle about the topic that not many people think about.

  6. Predict the future of the topic.

  7. Build trust with the reader.

End prompt

Sample input: Web 3

Sample output:

Book Quote

It is the accumulated pressure of feelings that causes thoughts. One feeling, for instance, can create literally thousands of thoughts over a period of time. Think, for instance, of one painful memory from early life, one terrible regret that has been hidden. Look at all the years and years of thoughts associated with that single event. If we could surrender the underlying painful feeling, all of those thoughts would disappear instantly and we would forget the event.

Love this book by David R. Hawkins. An incredible book about the importance of letting go of past events and emotions. This quote struck a chord with me. One single emotion or event you hold onto can produce decades of negative thoughts. Learn to let go of events quickly, whether they are positive or negative. Holding onto these feelings serves you in no way.

Hope these templates were helpful and the excerpt thought-provoking! Definitely let me know all your feedback and send me a ping if you use any of the templates and see good results.

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Have an excellent rest of your weekend!


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