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From Doubtful to Driven: Mindset Transformation with ChatGPT
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I hope your week has started well. If not, don’t worry. I’ve got a prompt to get your mind back on track.
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From doubtful to driven: mindset transformation with ChatGPT
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From Doubtful to Driven: Mindset Transformation with ChatGPT
Why you should care: Sometimes, every business owner gets mentally stuck. This prompt fixes that and might be the most important prompt you will ever use.
What you need to know: There's a way to spot and tackle those sneaky internal thoughts holding you back. If you only have 3 minutes scroll to the prompt, copy it into ChatGPT then save this email.
On with the story…
I stared into the blinding snowstorm, unsure if it would relent and allow the rescue helicopter to reach us in time before Dave’s heart stopped.
The weight of the decision pressed down on me: remain in this solitary stone hut with Dave or accompany the rest of the group over the treacherous, snow-covered pass.
The backdrop to our dire situation was Mera Peak, the 6,476m trekking peak crowning the Hinku Valley in Nepal.
Descending from its summit, Dave, my client and a spirited man in his early 60s, began vomiting blood.
Trapped at 3,300m amidst a wild, unseasonable snowstorm, civilization felt a lifetime away.
Our trip doctor delivered a grim diagnosis: Dave had a suspected swollen aorta, which could rupture at any moment, ending his life.
The doctor's advice was clear but brutal — pressing on would put Dave at too much risk.
We needed to find shelter and wait for a break in the storm whilst getting someone to a radio, to call in a helicopter rescue.
The nearest road was a two-week trek, and the closest radio, our lifeline to the outside world, was a stormy 4500m pass and 12 hours away.
I faced two choices:
Dispatch two Sherpa Guides through the storm to the radio, leave Dave with one Sherpa, and have me proceed with the group tomorrow…
…stay with Dave, send two Sherpa Guides through the storm to the radio, and let one Sherpa continue with the group tomorrow.
As the trip leader, the weight of the decision was mine alone.
Many of the group suggested I prioritize the majority and leave Dave behind.
That felt so wrong. In that moment of doubt, I looked inward, recalling the challenges I'd faced and overcome in the past.
With their unparalleled mountain expertise, I knew one Sherpa guide was equipped to lead the group across the pass.
I was resolute in my decision: to stay by Dave's side, providing calm and hope, as we waited.
But why was the group’s view so different from mine?
Because they were scared, they had an unreasonable mental block.
Unreasonable mental blocks ruin business growth.
Our minds hinder us due to unseen limiting beliefs, causing paralysis and inaction.
"The only limit to our realization of tomorrow is our doubts of today."
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
Fortunately, there's a mindset coaching prompt to help remove the doubts of today.
If you do just one thing this week, put this prompt into ChatGPT-4 and be honest when you reply.
What does this prompt do?
It acts like a mindset coach, taking you through a coaching session to find and unblock your limiting beliefs.
How to use the ChatGPT mindset prompt:
Copy and Paste: the provided ChatGPT mindset prompt into ChatGPT.
Describe the Challenge: Follow the instructions given by ChatGPT. Start by outlining what you're feeling and the challenges you're facing.
Engage in Self-Discovery: Answer the subsequent questions posed by ChatGPT to uncover underlying emotions, personal strengths, and past experiences.
Adjust if Needed: If you feel the discussion is drifting off-topic, you can refer back to the original prompt or use /commands to guide or restart the conversation eg /reason or /new
Reframe the Situation: Finally, allow ChatGPT to assist you in reframing the situation, helping you perceive it in a more positive and actionable light.
Back to the Himalayas…
As hours turned into an endless wait, Dave and I clung to hope, straining our ears for the distant drone of a helicopter.
And then, as if answering our prayers, the storm broke.
The clouds parted and we heard the sound of a helicopter.
My body, heightened by relief and adrenaline, felt this wave of energy as I saw our Sherpa waving from the passenger seat.
With Dave safely on board, I decided to meet up with my group at the pass. The helicopter set me down in a clearing just below the ridge.
I spent the next few hours ascending to the pass, and by the time the group arrived, I was already there.
They were so happy, no longer scared, and now supported my decision.
Later, as we descended, we received the news: Dave was in Kathmandu, receiving treatment. Thankfully, it wasn't a heart issue but a treatable twisted intestine.
That evening in Kathmandu, amidst our celebratory dinner, I pondered our adventures— the decisions we made, the obstacles we overcame, and the insights we gained.
Surrounded by happiness, I really saw how the right mindset can help us face and beat our fears.
When your mind is holding you back, unlock the problem.
Keep this prompt safe for the next time you feel it happening to you.
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