Snippets to Improve ChatGPT Writing Style

Snippets to Improve ChatGPT Writing Style


ChatGPT's got the skills to keep your writing on point! With the ability to generate snappy, attention-grabbing images concepts, and a writing style that's sure to make your readers sit up and take notice, ChatGPT's the perfect tool for making your text pop. Whether you're looking to add a touch of humor to your communications, or simply want to ensure that your messages are delivered with a bang, ChatGPT's got you covered. So why wait? Unleash the power of ChatGPT and start crafting writing that's truly out of this world!
  1. copy the prompt
  1. paste in chatGPT
  1. If there is a placeholder, usually in this format [placeholder], replace it once you will have copied the prompt inside ChatGPT.


"Return only the main response. Remove pre-text and post-text."
"Voice and style guide: Write at a [grade/degree] level. Use [clear, simple etc.] language, even when explaining complex topics. Bias toward short sentences. Avoid [jargon, acronyms etc.]"
"Emulate [Ernest Hemingway's, Daniel Kahneman etc.] writing style."
"Voice and style guide: Write in a [conversational, relatable] style as if you were explaining something to a friend. Use [natural language and phrasing that a real person would use in everyday conversations]."
"Voice and style guide: Makes use of [persuasive] tone, making use of [rhetorical] questions, and [storytelling] to engage readers. Use [metaphors, analogies and other literary devices] to make points more [relatable and memorable]. Write in a way that is both informative and entertaining.]"
"Format your response using markdown. [Use headings, subheadings, bullet points, and bold to organize the information etc.]"


Here are some names to try:
  • Malcolm Gladwell: Narrative non-fiction with a focus on the unexpected and counterintuitive.
  • Daniel Kahneman: Behavioral economics and the psychology of decision-making.
  • Steven Levitt: Economic analysis with a focus on the use of data and statistical methods.
  • Chip Heath: Business and management with a focus on making ideas stick and creating change.
  • Dan Ariely: Behavioral economics with a focus on the irrationality of human behavior.
  • Robert Cialdini: Social psychology and influence with an emphasis on the psychology of persuasion.
  • Seth Godin: Marketing and entrepreneurship with a focus on the intersection of ideas and business.
  • Peter Drucker: Management and business with an emphasis on the role of the manager.
  • Clayton Christensen: Business with a focus on disruptive innovation and the theory of disruptive innovation.
  • Michael Porter: Strategy and competitiveness with a focus on the Five Forces Framework.
  • Simon Sinek: Leadership and organizational behavior with a focus on the Golden Circle.
  • Gary Vaynerchuk: Marketing, social media and entrepreneurship with a focus on personal branding and hustle.
  • Brené Brown: Research and storytelling on vulnerability, courage, empathy, and shame.
  • Mark Twain: Satirical and observational humor in his depictions of American society and culture.
  • Jane Austen: Satirical and witty commentary on the societal expectations and class structures of her time.
  • Ernest Hemingway: Simple and direct prose with a focus on themes of loss, trauma, and the human condition.
  • Maya Angelou: Poetic and powerful storytelling that explores the complexities of race, identity, and the human experience.
  • J.K. Rowling: Fantasy with a focus on coming of age, friendship, and the battle between good and evil.
  • George Orwell: Political satire and dystopian fiction that explores the dangers of totalitarianism and government control.
  • William Shakespeare: Poetic and complex storytelling that explores universal themes of love, power, and the human condition.
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald: Satirical and observational commentary on the excesses of the Roaring Twenties.
  • Stephen King: Horror and suspense with a focus on the supernatural and the darker aspects of human nature.
  • J.R.R. Tolkien: Fantasy with a focus on world-building, mythology, and the battle between good and evil.
  • Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Magical Realism with a focus on the intersection of the fantastical and the everyday, and the complexities of love and family.
  • Virginia Woolf: Experimental and modernist with a focus on the inner lives and perspectives of her characters.