Learn Prompting, Not Prompts
Don't buy off-the-shelf "secret" prompts or copy-paste templates from self-proclaimed experts. It's way better to just learn the basics instead.
I need to get something off my chest that’s been bothering me for a while.
Lately, we’re bombarded by anxiety-inducing stuff like:
To be fair, some posters use the clickbaity approach to actually share helpful general advice. Others, however, end up trying to sell you eBooks with lists of “secret” prompts or ready-to-go productivity “hacks.”
Now, I can’t blame people for wanting to make a quick buck by selling ChatGPT templates or listing their text-to-image prompts on PromptBase.
I get it!
As the old saying goes:
“Teach a man to fish, lose a customer. Sell a man a fish, and he’ll be back tomorrow to buy another one.”
But guys, we’ve got to stop falling for this hype!
Listen, we now have free AI models that respond to natural language, yet we’re still drawn to the same “187 ChatGPT Secrets AI Firms Don’t Want You to Know" bullshit.
Midjourney can take your misspelled word—“fluwer”—and respond with: