How to Get the Most Out of Your AI Writing Assistants by Refining Keywords and Alignment with Meaning ,
Hi, it’s me. I’ve been experiencing a lot of trouble with my writing lately and I wanted to share what I’ve learned about getting the most out of your AI assistants by refining keywords and alignment with meaning. I know what I’m about to say may sound a little foolish and I’m sure everyone is saying the same thing but it seems to be working for me. I’ve tried finding potential writing topics in my life and then just putting them down on paper but that didn’t work very well. It seems as though my writing was very messy and disorganized. There were a lot of unnecessary words and paragraphs in my writing. I’ve heard that if you keep writing you eventually get the hang of it but that didn’t seem to be working either.
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I’ve also tried writing about my personal thoughts and emotions but that just really didn’t work out. I seem to be having a lot of trouble with focusing, and honestly, it looks like I will probably never be able to fully focus on one subject for very long. Then, I remember how my life coach used to tell me how important it is to refine keywords and align my words with meaning. So, I went to my app store and downloaded the AI assistant for writing. Now, I don’t know if it’s just in my head or if it actually is working but I feel like a lot of my writing “flow” has improved. When I import what I want to write about into the AI assistant, it breaks down my topic into specific topics related to the subject and then helps me write them out. My hope is that making it “easier” will allow my brain to process the writing ideas and thoughts more efficiently.
…One day, when I was still getting used to the AI assistant, I got this idea of what I wanted to write about. It was something about the weather. In particular, it was something about how the weather can change quickly, and how we need to be ready for that. The whole idea of being prepared, I found quite interesting. When I first started writing about my ideas, I kept thinking to myself “what is this? Is this a blog post?” but then as time went on I realized it was more like an article and not a blog post.