I Fed ChatGPT-4 The Entire Manuscript Of My Upcoming Book: Then I Asked To Compare It To Other Leadership Books
My next book, Work-Life Bloom: How to Nurture a Team That Flourishes, has just finished the structural/substantive editing phase. That’s a fancy way of saying the book is done, but it’s full of grammatical errors. Hello, copy-editing phase!
As I continue to experiment with ChatGPT-4 in my spare cycles, I thought I’d feed Ole Chatty the entire manuscript, teaching it the book and accompanying model along the way. (This is not for the faint of heart, as you can’t just copy/paste an 85,000+ word manuscript into the platform.)
Once I got through the copious number of pastes, I realized that I could ask Ole Chatty pretty much anything about the content. To begin my exploration, I started with one simple question:
Ok, now, answer the question: How would you compare Work-Life Bloom to other leadership books?
Ole Chatty’s answer was a) a relief and b) rather insightful. Check out the response:
While it’s not 100% accurate (for example, I dump on the term happiness in the book, and I also point out the fallibilities of the term integration), I also have some skepticism that Ole Chatty has turned itself into a marketing spin machine, but I hope I can live up to at least some of its general analysis. 👀
Hey! Why not pre-order my next book, Work-Life Bloom: How to Nurture a Team That Flourishes, which will be published in October 2023.
Watch the one-minute book trailer below. Or, visit the book’s microsite.