⏳ Don't Go At It Alone

T.I.N.Y Blog, Time Billionaires #038

T.I.N.Y newsletter (read time: 3 minutes):

  • Thought: Don’t go at it alone

  • Interesting: Best ways to use ChatGPT

  • Yes: Break your frame of reality

Don’t go at it alone

Being an entrepreneur can be a lonely journey. Especially if you’re getting started, you don’t have a network of people that understand what you are trying to do.

It really depends on where you are located, and if you are a social person or not.

But I’m sure you agree that having like-minded people around is useful when on this journey.

This is what I’ve found too.

In-person communities are great. You can meet. You can work together in a cafe.

But if not, find an online community for yourself.

Joining a community or group can help you level up your game in ways that working solo cannot.

In a group, the bar is higher, because everyone is striving to be better. If everyone is, naturally you are going to be as well.

Having an accountability partner who will hold you to your goals and offer constructive criticism can be invaluable. I’ll often message a friend and say “roast me”.

This way, I get honest, valuable feedback from someone I admire.

Additionally, being part of a group means you can learn from the mistakes of others and avoid making them yourself.

Sometimes, you have to make those mistakes to learn. Sometimes, you can avoid them by listening to someone a few steps ahead of you.

You'll also have access to a wider range of experiences and expertise that can help you grow your business faster.

So don't go it alone.

Join a community or group and take your entrepreneurship to the next level.

If you’re an entrepreneur looking to build an audience on Twitter and LinkedIn, I’ve created a free community for you here: Compound Community. It will have free courses, and great people to interact with.

Best ways to use ChatGPT

I’m sure you’ve heard of this ChatGPT tool.

There’s a lot of potential for content writing, idea generation and much more.

But if you use ChatGPT for the wrong things (like Maths), you’ll regret it.

So I wrote a couple of prompts down that I found super effective.

Check them out in this thread below.

This is called Prompt Engineering.

It’s getting more popular as more people start valuing it and learning it.

If you want to stay ahead of the curve while learning it (through a daily newsletter), subscribe here:

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Break your frame of reality

When the first runner broke the 4-minute mile (one mile ran in 4 minutes of less), several other runners did.

Before that, it was considered “impossible”.

Crazy how psychological things are.

Aadit’s picks of the week:

🔗 Growth in reverse Newsletter: This newsletter is phenomenal. Don’t you wish someone did all the work to reverse-engineer how large creators built their newsletters and followings on Twitter? That’s what Chenell does with the newsletter (link).

🔗 Taplio, LinkedIn content tool: By far the best tool I’ve found for content generation, filtering, and engaging. I use it for all-things LinkedIn (link).

🔗 Youtube Interview: This dude makes $10m/year with a business you would not imagine. Cool interview (link).